We’ve seen all types of tips, tricks and methods to make your Android device stand out from the rest of the pack. Some developers have provided us with means of improving our device’s performance, while others have made worlds collide by porting a certain device’s OS into another manufacturer’s phone. Today, we’re giving you a chance to make your Android device truly your own changing its font. Introducing LC Font Changer, developed by XDA-Developer leventccc.
What this handy little tool does is to change your phone’s fronts to one of the several fonts packaged. LC Font Changer includes fonts like Android Logo, Gingerbread Stock, MeeGo, Nokia Pure View Font, Roboto (Stock), Ubuntu, Windows Phone 7 and Sony Xperia S. Changing your phone’s font has never been easier. If you’re familiar with flashing ROMs, mods and tweaks through custom recovery, then you’re all set.
Fonts may not successfully change on some devices but there’s certainly no harm in trying LC Font Changer.
If you find your phone’s status/notification bar messed up when you reboot into normal mode, reboot into recovery and select Wipe Cache. Reboot your device and your notification bar should be fixed.
Congratulations! Your phone’s font has now been changed. If you get bored with the font you chose, simply flash the LC Font Changer again.
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does it work with xperia s?
Ohhhh that good inne.. ;)
how to reboot device into recovery mode ?