Hebrew Fonts for the i1Support


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  1. ahirschp

    ahirschp New Member

    I'm trying to install Hebrew fonts on my i1.
    I found this script (to be run with GScript Lite) for a Galaxy phone:

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    mount -o rw,remount -t yaffs2
    /dev/block/mtdblock3
    /system

    cat/sdcard/Hebrew/DroidSans-Bold.ttf >
    /system/fonts/DroidSans-Bold.ttf

    cat/sdcard/Hebrew/DroidSansMono.ttf >
    /system/fonts/DroidSansMono.ttf

    cat/sdcard/Hebrew/DroidSans.ttf >
    /system/fonts/DroidSans.ttf

    cat/sdcard/Hebrew/DroidSerif-Bold.ttf >
    /system/fonts/DroidSerif-Bold.ttf

    cat/sdcard/Hebrew/DroidSerif-Regular.ttf >
    /system/fonts/DroidSerif-Regular.ttf

    reboot
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    But the script does not seem to work.

    Is there an alternative to install the hebrew fonts?
    Should I change the script so it can be run on the i1???


    Thanks you in advance
    Abraham Hirsch
    Mexico

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  2. underzero

    underzero New Member

    Hey,

    I bought my phone via ebay and since i live in israel, i needed to install hebrew too.

    after i unlocked the f$%#$ nextel sim-lock, i rooted the phone, and then used the following site to change the font to support hebrew:

    How to Install and Add Hebrew, Arabic and Unsupported Language Fonts to Android Phone My Digital Life

    btw:
    to write in hebrew, d/l from the market both apps:
    anysoftkeyboard
    anysoftkeyboard - Hebrew

    then, go to Setting, Locale & text and make sure that AnysoftKeyboard is marked.

    now, when you are at a text box, make a long press on it, choose Input method and mark AnySoftKeyboard.

    hope i helped.

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