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How to change fonts on N95 8GB

I had problems when installing .ttf fonts on my N95 8GB but now i have finally found the solution.

1) Install FontRouter to your Mass or Memory Card.

2) Use X-Plore to create a folder in C:/Data/ and name it Fonts. So you should have C:/Data/Fonts/

3) Move the fontrouter.ini from E:/Data/Fonts and paste it in C:DataFonts
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4) Edit the Fontrouter.ini file with x-plore like this;

Search for:
;Extra font files to be loaded

And change it to:
;Extra font files to be loaded
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6) Exit and save the file (DO NOT SAVE AS)

7) Copy your *.ttf fonts to C:DataFonts

8) In case you don’t know which fonts to use for your phone, just go to Z:/Resource/Fonts/ You’ll see the fonts your phone uses. Just copy the font you want to use (Maybe from your PC) and copy them in 3 or 4 different parts & name it just like the one in Z:/Resources/Fonts/
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9) Restart the phone and now it should be free to use in Card Reader & Mass Storage or Data Transfer.

If you afterwards want to change your font or restore fonts to default just edit the fontrouter.ini file again and change
Enable=1 to 0
Restart and change the fonts, then Enable again to 1 and restart new fonts are displayed now.
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In case you open MSDict, SlovoEd, Merriam-Webster or any other dictionary or reader application in your phone & your phone restarts by itself after closing the dictionary, then you need change disable to NativeFont. Change the 1 to 0 & save the FontRouter.ini file.
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I have tried this on N91, N91 8GB, N81 8GB, N95 8GB and other phones that has internal memory and they all work.

Tutorial by barbioxdogg