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Old 03-17-2012, 04:36 AM   #31
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1. You'd better edit the .sh file in linux enviorment, or just use the root explore's editor.

2. Don't forget to give excute permissions.

3. Your fonts in /sdcard/altfonts should be same as those in /ebook/fonts.

And after reboot, is there a directory /data/altsd was created by the sh file?
Thanks a million for Your hints! The script was not run - no /data/altsd was created. I just made the .sh file in a text editor in windows. However using ultraedit and saving using the "unix line terminator" option did the trick. Thanks again for sharing Your insights for the community!
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Old 10-21-2012, 04:53 AM   #32
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Here is another flexible way, I've tested it for several days and met no problems.
Credits to j0534ng31 and uboot
1.Create a file named install-recovery.sh in /system/etc, and put below code in it [...]
3.In /mnt/sdcard, create a folder wichi named altfonts, put your fonts in it [...]
Thanks for your post. It is exactly what I wanted to do, but I'm afraid I'm not able to.

Fedora mounts the PRS-T1 reader as:

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/dev/sdb        1,5G  1,2M  1,5G   1% /media/READER
/dev/sdd         10M  2,3M  7,8M  23% /media/SETTING
The device isn't rooted. Is there no way (similar to the one described at PRST1_Firmware_Upgrade#Generic) to acomplish the system fonts replacement whitout rooting the device?

Many thanks for your help.
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You lost me right here. Do I need a rooted PRS T1 for this?
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