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« on: 22 September 2010, 19:11 »

bros out there.. anyone can help me with this? i wanna change the whole system fonts for my iphone4 but not sure how to do it.. what must i download in order to change the fonts??
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« Reply #1 on: 23 September 2010, 00:10 »

You need to have a jailbroken device.

1   install OpenSSH and set up Cyberduck on your computer.

2   Navigate to “/System/Library/Fonts/Cache/”.

3   Replace Helvetica.ttf and HelveticaBold.ttf with your chosen fonts.

If you don’t know how to use Cyberduck with your iPhone, read this:

1   Make sure you are connected to Wi-Fi

2   Open Cydia on your iPhone, search for OpenSSH, and install it.

3   Download Cyberduck to your computer. Open it and click on Bonjour. You should see your iPhone’s name in the Bonjour list.

4   Double click on your iPhone’s name. Cyberduck will attempt to connect to your iPhone, so your iPhone needs to be turned on for the whole time. I just set my auto-lock to Never so I don’t have to “slide to unlock” a bunch of times. The first time Cyberduck connects to your iPhone will take 30-50 secs, but subsequent connections should be instantaneous. If it times out or errors, just try again.

5   When you get to the login screen, enter the username root and the password alpine. Congratulations! You have access to your iPhone’s filesystem!

6   Click on the dropdown that says, “/private/var/root” and select “/”. You are now in the root folder and are ready to do any hacking that requires modification of system files!

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« Reply #2 on: 23 September 2010, 18:08 »

hey Invalid Username.. thanks for the imformation.. but as i am still very new to iphone, is there any other simpler ways for me to do it on the phone itself without using my computer??
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