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well one my friend have problem with his HTC Tattoo while he was trying to delete a font from font folder he accidentally deleted the FONT FOLDER now his phone is not working...

is there anyway to fix this problem ?
 
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I suppose that usb connection works, so he can push them to device via adb.
Here is the fonts folder.
Or he can use Android commander: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=628138 to push them in system with an easier way.
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can u pls explain how i can do it via ADB ?
 
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Sorry, I'm not a linux expert and I don't know exactly which commands you must give. For this I suggested Android commander, cause you can drag & drop the folder to device's system folder like you do in windows file explorer.
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You can also push the folder along with files with the Android SDK... It's easier as it is GUI based...
 
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can u pls explain how i can do it via ADB ?
1. Unpack the zip file into a folder
2. Connect Tattoo via USB, start recovery, open a terminal and type adb start-server
3. cd into the fontfolder: cd fontfolder
3. PATH\TO\adb push . /system/fonts (please note the DOT!!!! sign)

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What prob with my tattoo?
I used root1click tool
And I installed Enable Market >>>>> My phone's rooted
but when I try to push font in /system/fonts
ADB say : Permission Denied
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You need to remount the filesystem with the read-write permission.
Before typing "PATH\TO\adb push . /system/fonts" you need to execute "PATH\TO\adb remount"
 
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I tried
adb remount
adb say:
remount failed: operation not permitted
what prob?
 
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Do you see a # or a $ ? (if you see a $ something has gone wrong with the root)

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