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10th July 2014, 09:37 AM |#11  
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no, not whole font folder, only fonts that you flashed

i think i will use solidexplorer to delete the font .. but previously i have changed the font using stock setting..

i didn't flashed cause i don't have a custom recovery.. used hifont.
 
 
10th July 2014, 01:53 PM |#12  
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i think i will use solidexplorer to delete the font .. but previously i have changed the font using stock setting..

i didn't flashed cause i don't have a custom recovery.. used hifont.

wait,wait,wait, you device bootloop because you change font in settings or you flashed font??
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wait,wait,wait, you device bootloop because you change font in settings or you flashed font??

solved!!

deleted all the Robot* font.. then choose another font in the setting..
reboot! no bootloop!!!
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solved!!

deleted all the Robot* font.. then choose another font in the setting..
reboot! no bootloop!!!

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