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    Uccw Fonts

    Help. Is it possible to install fonts to use with uccw with out a computer. I'm not rooted

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    Yep. Fonts aren't stored in root. They're stored in your internal memory card. Create a folder called fonts. Download a font zip. Unzip it to the fonts folder.
    Once in UCCW, after selecting an object, such as Time or Hour or Day of the week, scroll to Typeface and your new font should be there.
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    re: Uccw Fonts

    Quote Originally Posted by dtroup64 View Post
    Yep. Fonts aren't stored in root. They're stored in your internal memory card. Create a folder called fonts.
    Thanks for responding
    I have created a folder in my sd card for fonts. I placed a couple of fonts in that folder and don't see them when I'm using uccw. As far as I know ttf font files will work.

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    Yeah they will.
    Is the folder on the exterior sd card? Do you have a file manager you can move that folder to your phone memory?
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    re: Uccw Fonts

    Quote Originally Posted by dtroup64 View Post
    Yeah they will.
    Is the folder on the exterior sd card? Do you have a file manager you can move that folder to your phone memory?
    Yes, I'm using solid Explorer. So I put the fonts in a particular folder in the internal memory

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    Quote Originally Posted by droidXwolf View Post
    Yes, I'm using solid Explorer. So I put the fonts in a particular folder in the internal memory
    Yep. Just create a folder called Fonts in the internal memory, and it should be available to you in UCCW. All my font files are ttf files.
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    re: Uccw Fonts

    Quote Originally Posted by dtroup64 View Post
    Yep. Just create a folder called Fonts in the internal memory, and it should be available to you in UCCW. All my font files are ttf files.
    Cool thanks ill try that now
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    re: Uccw Fonts

    Quote Originally Posted by dtroup64 View Post
    Yep. Just create a folder called Fonts in the internal memory, and it should be available to you in UCCW. All my font files are ttf files.
    It worked, thanks

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    Awesome! Very glad to hear it. There's some great fonts out there to mess with.
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