How to Modify Your Lockscreen and Clock Fonts on Your Transformer
Whether it is the most beautiful looking device or the most stable, satisfying our cravings to make things look and feel different has been this site’s main driving force for many years. Even though this device just came out recently, the Asus Transformer will start undergoing some of the XDA treatment. Things have kicked off with root and recovery, and now we will get started with the looks. XDA member seshmaru has posted a very nice guide where he explains how to change a few fonts for the clock in the lockscreen of the device. You will need to have ADB setup in your computer to do this.
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I just wanted to give you guys who aren’t proficient with modding themselves a chance to change the lockscreen and taskbar clock font (which I personally don’t like) to in this case match the rest of the honeycomb fonts.
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