Question about Nokia 6600
To do that, you have to remove first your default font. And to do that, you have to have a fontremover application. Once done, try getting a new font
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
NOKIA SAYS THAT THE FONTS ARE NOT CHANGAABLE THEY ARE WRONG!
There is quite a simple way to change system fonts in the Nokia E65 phone.
The following is how I did it in my E65.
First you have to select the memory as phone NOT the memory card.
Then connect the phone to PC through the standard USB cable. When the phone prompts you, select “Data Transfer” NOT PC Suite”. Once the phone is connected you can view it as a removable drive. First check if a directory named “Fonts” exists.
If it does not exist, just create it in the resources folder. If it already exists, just make a backup copy of it.
Now, go to your PC Fonts directory (usually c:\Windows\Fonts) and do the following:
You can use any TT font I used a font called Baveuse.TTF as the bold I used the Baveuse3D.TTF as my normal font. You have to have (3) three fonts and they have to be renamed to what is below or it won’t work.
Copy Any (True Type you want) font file to:\resources\Fonts\NSSB60.ttf
Copy Any Bold (True Type) font file to:\resources\Fonts\NOSNR60.ttf
Copy again the same normal Bold (TT) font file to:\resources\Fonts\NSTSB60.ttf
The (3) Three fonts have to be renamed as above or they wont work!!!
Then just disconnect the phone from USB turn it off. Then restart your phone and put the memory back to the card and you will have the new fonts in place. This is how I did my E65 and it worked ok for me. If the fonts are to big just start over delete the three fonts and use a different font to you find one you like I like the Baveuse.TTF font its personal choice.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
SOURCE: nokia 6600
b0ss..............Accessibility is an increasing problem on mobile phones as screens get smaller and the amount of information packed onto them increases. It's only thanks to the fact that most mobiles now operate as cameras that we have a screen at all. And with a large chunk of the population lagging behind technological changes already, then it makes sense to offer as much help as possible. Font Magnifier is a simple piece of software that could have really big benefits for many people.
It's really easy to install and use, with font sizes changed by a scrolling bar and a preview of how big the altered text will be. When the phone is restarted all fonts will change to the chosen size. So those with small displays will be able to read their messages more clearly and anyone with sight difficulties will find their mobile phone much more accessible.
Languages:English, Spanish, French
OS requirements for Font Magnifier:
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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