Change your Windows Mobile system fonts – tutorial

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How to change the system font
1. Find the fonts you would like to have for example Birdman.tff (normal) and Birdmanbd.tff (bold)

2. Now open the fonts using FontCreator. It’s not free so you’re going to have to download the trial version. You get to use it for 30 days. Download it here

Code:
http://www.high-logic.com/fontcreator.html

3. Go to Tools>>AutoNaming. In here you type Tahoma. If you’re having problems just leave it like it was before. Finish

4. Now save it as tahoma.tff

5. Repeat step #3 but this time type Bold at the end and save it as tahomabd.tff

6. Open again tahoma.tff go to Tools>>AutoNaming. In here type HelveticaNeue LT 35 Thin. Finish. Save it as neue Helvetica LT 35 Thin.tff

7. Open tahomabd.tff go to Tools>>AutoNaming. Type HelveticaNeue LT 55 Roman. Finish and save it as neue Helvetica LT 55 Roman.tff

If you would like to change your TF3D font, do the same thing but when you get to Tools>>AutoNaming type HelveticaNeue LT 35 Thin finish and save it as Helvetica LT 35 Thin.tff Repeat Tools>>AutoNaming type HelveticaNeue LT 55 Roman and save it as Helvetica LT 55 Roman.tff

Now you have

tahoma.tff
tahomabd.tff
neue Helvetica LT 35 Thin.tff
neue Helvetica LT 55 Roman.tff
Helvetica LT 55 Roman.tff
Helvetica LT 35 Thin.tff

To put it in a .cab download WinCE Cab Manager at this site. It’s not free. You only get to use it for several days.

Code:
http://www.ocpsoftware.com/products.php?nm=cecabmgr

Now go to New>next>next>next>next>finish. Where it says CAB Information, below that I want you to right click on Files>>Add and select the fonts. For location click on windows, ok.  Save it.

Original source @ xda-developers

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