System Font Changer and Other Tweaks for WM STD
We have not seen too much stuff for non touch screen devices recently. XDA member Thekn presents Thekn Apps , a series of mortscript tweaks to completely customize your Windows Mobile Standard device.
With the developer’s tweaks you´ll be able to modify fonts, icons, and splash screens running WM6.1 and 6.5.
It was tested on Samsung GT-C6625, but I can confirm it´s working on Excalibur and Maple.
Originally posted by Thekn
Thekn Apps, System Font Changer v1.0
Hee guys, sorry for the delay. There were more bugs than I expected,
now it must be bug free! Also the Tweaks by Thekn v1.0 has some delay
because I wanted to add the Font Changer in it but I finished the Font
Changer about a minute ago! So the Tweaks by Thekn App will be
released in a couple of days!
This Program let you change the System Font. The downloaded .rar file
contains the .cab Installation File and a .rar Archive with the most
popular Windows Unicode Fonts.
You can find more information in the original thread.
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