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I dont make it all..just a lil' edit because some font dont work when i apply in my Ray

Originally From ThugEsquire from RootzWiki n DaXmax from Galaxy Nexus Themes and Apps Section..Thanks to DaXmax cuz he gimme a permit to post here

there are 18 font on my edited pack..just copy it to SDCard whish you want..then flash it using CWM..reboot..then..see your New Font

heres the link :
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?1ogg9kdktssp2wv


PS : sorry i'm confusing attach some screenie..maybe someone could help
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I dont make it all..just a lil' edit because some font dont work when i apply in my Ray

Originally From ThugEsquire from RootzWiki n DaXmax from Galaxy Nexus Themes and Apps Section..Thanks to DaXmax cuz he gimme a permit to post here

there are 18 font on my edited pack..just copy it to SDCard whish you want..then flash it using CWM..reboot..then..see your New Font

heres the link :
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?1ogg9kdktssp2wv


PS : sorry i'm confusing attach some screenie..maybe someone could help
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