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[APP] Type Fresh - change your fonts!

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2nd April 2010, 05:13 PM   |  #1  
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This app is for systems with root access only. It offers 3 main functions:
  • Apply selected TTF fonts to the system
  • Backup system fonts to /sdcard/Fonts
  • Restore backed up fonts from /sdcard/Fonts
Place any TTF files you have in /sdcard/Fonts for easiest access.

In order for Android to reload its system fonts, the system must be rebooted after applying. Also, most ROM updates will overwrite your fonts with the default ones while installing. To easily restore, simply find a set of fonts that work well for you and then select Backup fonts so that you can restore them later. Be aware that this simply overwrites any existing backup you have, so you may want to save the original fonts elsewhere if you think you may need them.

It can be downloaded from the Market, or directly from the Downloads section of the github repository

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Graphic and icon by minusbaby

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2nd April 2010, 05:15 PM   |  #2  
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Also, I'd like for my app to reboot the system on its own, but programming for root seems to be a bit tricky at times. If anyone wants to lend a hand, all the code is up up at http://github.com/openback/Type-Fresh
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really interesting.. thanks
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ill give it a shot and report back shortly

fyi im running a rooted Eris with the Evil Eris Rom V1.1
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ill give it a shot and report back shortly

fyi im running a rooted Eris with the Evil Eris Rom V1.1

i keep getting an error msg that says could not remount /system

please advise
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i keep getting an error msg that says could not remount /system

please advise

The app logs errors, so could you post the relevant portion of your log?
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The app logs errors, so could you post the relevant portion of your log?

id love too buuuut, i have no idea how to.
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id love too buuuut, i have no idea how to.

Hehe. If you have adb installed, then run "adb logcat" and it will show you the log. Then you can run the app and see what it throws in there.
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Hey OP, if you need help getting root, check out my app I made a while back. It gets root then runs raw shell commands. Should be what you need.. direct link. I posted the whole Eclipse workbench so you can see the code. There's more than enough comments to see what to do.
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I got the error could not remount too.
I think this is the relevant section of the logcat

Code:
I/Type Fresh( 1619): Remounting /system rw
D/su      ( 1628): 10107:10107 net.pixelpod.typefresh executing 0:0 /system/bin/
sh
E/Type Fresh( 1619): Error remounting: "Usage: mount [-r] [-w] [-o options] [-t
type] device directory"
E/Type Fresh( 1619): Could not remount, returning
I/NotificationService( 1033): enqueueToast pkg=net.pixelpod.typefresh callback=a
ndroid.app.ITransientNotification$Stub$Proxy@458ed0d0 duration=0
D/dalvikvm( 1107): GC freed 2286 objects / 120776 bytes in 118ms
Also, off-topic, what theme are you using for the notification bar in the screenshots? It's nice.
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