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the following solution works for similar lg phones to make all text bigger. not sure if that works for your phone or if thats what you want. in display settings there is an option for font size. again this will change all of the font on your phone, not just text messages. if that doesnt work for you or its not on your specific lg phone then i know of no other way.
What you need:<br />1) The CUST file<br />2) One or two true type fonts (.ttf)<br />3) Winmage installed (<a href="http://www.winimage.com/download/winima85.exe">DOWNLOAD HERE</a>)<br /><br />1. First, open up your CUST file using Winimage.<br /><br />2. In the DMF folder (or the MEDIA folder) there is a sub folder called fonts. In this are two true type fonts.<br /><br />3.
Make sure the fonts you are adding are on the desktop. Then rename them
both like the ones in the CUST file. To do this quickly, simply right
click on one of the fonts, and then click on properties. You can then
just copy the titles.<br /><br />4. If you only have one font, just make a
double of it, and rename it like one of the original fonts. Notice how
they are different in names. Make sure your two fonts are as well.<br /><br />5.
Highlight both of the original fonts and hit delete. Then click on the
small icon with an arrow going upwards out of sheets of paper. This lets
you insert files. Find your two custom, properly named files and insert
them.<br /><br />6. Once you have done all this, you can then save the CUST file and upload it to your LG pop. Then you should have a new font <img src="smiley.gif" /><br /><br />Not all fonts will work, but the majority of them do. Notice how similar the way your pop reads the files to a computer <img src="smiley.gif" />
Increase the size of the font in your phone's display
settings. The precise menu will vary by phone, but most commonly you
would access it by going first to "Main," then "Settings," and selecting
"Display." Larger fonts will have heavier lines, and may be drawn with a
border, both of which will make the fonts stand out better against the
if your firmware supports that settings, you can always find it here..
1. press menu
2. select settings
3. select display and light
4. select font type
5. select from the given option and list
6. save and exit.