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DroidSans Fallback Indic Font Here

3rd October 2010, 12:07 PM |#1  
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I have worked on the Indic fonts and came with one font which support most of the Indian languages which includes Hindi(Devanagari), Kannada, Bengali, Oriya, Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil, Punjabi.

Find the Attached Zip containing DroidSansFallback.ttf, Replace your device's DroidSansFallback.ttf font with this.

Rooted Phone needed.


Note: Android still doesn't support them officially and don't include conjugate processing. Because of which the character rendering is not perfect, but readable.
Like "ಕ ನ್ನ ಡ" is rendered as "ಕ ನ್ ನ ಡ".
check the attachment for example

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From 4.0 ICS, its very easy to add fonts

just push you font in /system/fonts folder
edit /etc/fallback-fonts.xml
add an xml node of your font.
restart

ಸಿರಿಗನ್ನಡಂ ಗೆಲ್ಗೆ.. ಸಿರಿಗನ್ನಡಂ ಬಾಳ್ಗೆ, ಸಿರಿಗನ್ನಡಂ ಮೊಬೈಲ್ಗೆ
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12th December 2010, 10:36 AM |#2  
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Dear Sridham..
Just one question, what is the original use of DroidSansFallback.ttf ??
Secondly, Galaxy S recent Froyo Update (DDJP6 ROM Supports Hindi, both on facebook and web pages). The font name is Droidhindi.ttf found in system\font directory.

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16th December 2010, 05:30 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by sridharrn

I have worked on the Indic fonts and came with one font which support most of the Indian languages which includes Hindi(Devanagari), Kannada, Bengali, Oriya, Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil, Punjabi.

Find the Attached Zip containing DroidSansFallback.ttf, Replace your device's DroidSansFallback.ttf font with this.

Rooted Phone needed.


Note: Android still doesn't support them officially and don't include conjugate processing. Because of which the character rendering is not perfect, but readable.
Like "ಕ ನ್ನ ಡ" is rendered as "ಕ ನ್ ನ ಡ".
check the attachment for example

Can i get for windows mobile 6.5 htc hd2
21st December 2010, 04:00 PM |#4  
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Dear Sridham..
Just one question, what is the original use of DroidSansFallback.ttf ??
Secondly, Galaxy S recent Froyo Update (DDJP6 ROM Supports Hindi, both on facebook and web pages). The font name is Droidhindi.ttf found in system\font directory.

Regards

DroidSansFallback supposed to contain all the language characters..
But its not complete yet..

Droidhindi.ttf!! its good news.
Haven't got my froyo yet need to work on it yet.

By the by can you share the Droidhindi.ttf font?

I heard there is some still doesn't render properly. Are you able to read hindi?
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Can i get for windows mobile 6.5 htc hd2

Yes, There is a method to do it.

You can use the same font, remap the SystemFont (Tahoma) to this font using regedit.

Sorry this is an Andriod thread. I will post a method in some windows thread shortly.
13th January 2011, 09:16 PM |#6  
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It's not rendering properly :(
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It's not rendering properly :(

yes, thats what i explain in the note. But its readable.
11th March 2011, 07:13 AM |#8  
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indian language pack
how to replace the font which is in system folder. myfiles does not show system files? File expert shows but does not replace? dual file and ghost file managers do not show system folders?? help!
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Any new development in this issue? I have googled infinitely and posted querry on xda forum. But no reply.
The Samsung and HTC must surely have solution. How can they not release the Hindi/Devenagarik language as open source. Its irony that open source platform like Android is stuck in language issue, while I thougth there are millions of Hindi speaking people around the world.
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Latest Samsung, Sony Ericsson firm wares do support
Latest Samsung, Sony Ericsson firmwares released in India, do support Devanagari and Bengali. But not yet officially from the Google.

For other languages the work around is what I Explained above.
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