350+ Flashable and "Edified" Font Packs
I am reviving and moving the thread from the Evo forum where fachadick
started this tremendous thread, with his approval. These flashable zips are simple to use and should work on virtually any device.....moreover, the WORST that will happen is nothing will change. Finally, your device must be rooted.
Here is a link to the original thread 300 Flashable Font Packs - Change your system fonts the easy way!
Most of the edify font appear in post 1006
Just copy to sdcard and flash - these only change three files in the /system/fonts folder (effectively changing your main system fonts), so you can flash one on top of the other until you find one you like, but if you want to do a Nandroid backup first, that's probably the best idea.
Separate font for the dialer
developed a hack over in this thread
this thread so that you can have a different font for just the dialer.
Create your own FontPacks/Fix bolding issues
It's actually really easy. All you need to do, is get yourself a ttf of the font in regular and bold - or just regular if it doesn't come in bold. rename two copies of the regular ttf "Clockopia.ttf" and "DroidSans.ttf". rename the bold version (or the third regular version) "DroidSans-Bold.ttf" (note these are case sensitive). open up one the fontpacks with 7zip, go into the system folder, then go into the fonts folder. Drag the new fonts (the ones you renamed) and drop them into the now open fonts directory in 7zip - say yes when it asks you if you're sure you want to copy. Close down 7zip, change the name of the zip file, and you're ready to go! As long as you do this exactly as I described (and don't add or remove other files), you don't even need to resign the fontpack!
Use ADB instead of flashing
If you want to push the fonts to the phone with ADB instead of flashing them, check out this post
Use Terminal Emulator instead of flashing
If you want to use terminal emulator to change the fonts instead of flashing them, check out this post
These packs will not work for you. However, EndlessDissent
put up a thread on miui-dev
where he packaged up a ton of these and put them in a format that miui's built-in themer can recognize.
Although I have not used Font Changer from the Market, Many have said it works well....feel free to extract the .ttf files from a font-pack and use them!
Finally, if you do not see a font you are looking for, post a link to the .ttf file and I will make a font-pack for you.
The font-packs are organized Alphabetically in the first few posts. I will try to make a preview for each one......but this is a lot of work, unless someone wants to help...hint...hint!
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