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[Q] Where are stored system fonts and how yo replace it

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9th August 2014, 07:51 PM   |  #1  
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Hi, is it possible to replace system font by another?without installing additional apps? Where are system fonts stored?
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Hi, is it possible to replace system font by another?without installing additional apps? Where are system fonts stored?

iFont from Play lets you download hundreds of font types and sizes without root, install in settings/display/font types. Fonts are located in /system/fonts afaik btw
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I would have to agree with previous. ifint is really good. just follow instructions. works best on rooted devices but no need for rooted with it. works great on stock too
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iFont from Play lets you download hundreds of font types and sizes without root, install in settings/display/font types. Fonts are located in /system/fonts afaik btw

Great support. Thank you very much!!!
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