We’ve all seen that little empty box before. You know, the one that signifies a missing or unsupported font on your current device. This might not be quite so common for those of you out there with English as a first language, but for others with less commonly used native languages, this can be a frequent and frustrating issue. This problem seems to be quite an issue for many Windows Phone 7.x users including XDA Forum Member adeen-s. But rather than sit back and deal with the problem, adeen-s took this as an opportunity to post a simple and useful guide that shows you how to shoehorn these unsupported fonts onto your WP device.
The process itself is pretty simple, but does require a fully unlocked device and applications such as WP7 root tools and WMDC to add the font files directly to your device. Ironically, many of the font files can be found in the fonts directory of your desktop copy of Windows. You’ll then need to make a few tweaks to the registry before being able to reboot and start viewing sites and documents that aren’t full of little empty boxes.
Check out the forum thread for the full set of instructions._________
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