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Question How to change fonts in cm7 without using app like font changer

I don't want to use font changer as it may cause boot loop. I tried to copy font in system are aa but unable to apply font. So, if any one here know plz write down steps.. very much appreciate
 
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as yo uare rooted already, you can install TOOL BOX and change LCD DENSITY
that soft gives you loads of controls over your display.

mind, that changing lcd density will result in phone not recognised as compatible with other apps you are trying to find and install, so to by pass this side effect, you can change density to default, find and download soft you desire and then change density again to resize everything on your screen to desire effect.
 
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I used JRummy's font installed app and had no issues whatsoever (DROID 2, DROID 3, DROID Pro, HTC Incredible)
 
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Download and install Rom Toolbox. It has a font installer. It also comes with allot of fonts to choose from. And you can do allot more stuff with Rom Toolbox. I use it all the time.

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Thanks to all now I got how to change fonts in cm7
Go to settings & click on default font & change it & reboot

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