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I cant FIND MY FONTS!!

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  1. rachpreach

    rachpreach Active Member
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    I recently downloaded the app Ultimate Custom Widget and it allows you to use your font packages to customize your skins that you make. Well It tells you to make sure that your fonts are in your sdcard/fonts. I went into my files and I can not locate my fonts anywhere. I have also downloaded GO launcher fonts and I cant locate those in "my files" either. Im really stumped.
     

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  2. Crashdamage

    Crashdamage Well-Known Member
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    Look in: /System/system/fonts

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  3. rachpreach

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    where is this? in "my file"?
     
  4. Crashdamage

    Crashdamage Well-Known Member
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    No. Install a file manager such as FX File or Astro and look in:
    /System/system/fonts

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  5. tcat007

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    You may need a better explorer, but you should be able to go up a level to root and see a folder called "system". Should be in there. Nothing you can do with fonts unless you root. Some 3rd party apps allow adding fonts, then you just add a "font" folder on your sd card.
     
  6. rachpreach

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    I am not rooting. So if I add an explorer and I find the fonts, can I just create a folder in my sd card section?
     
  7. Crashdamage

    Crashdamage Well-Known Member
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    Yes. You can create a
    /sdcard/fonts
    folder and copy/paste your font files to it.

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