Being a writer, I always wondered how to maintain uniqueness in handwriting while typing in computer. Since the whole practice of writing has now been confined to computers and smart devices, besides writing using pen and paper, the uniqueness in handwriting has disappeared entirely.
It was only yesterday when I figured out that Android allows its users to embed everyone’s own handwriting, enabling you to give a personal touch to your smart device; needless to say, also turning it marvelously unique from others.
Read the rest of this article to find out how to ensure this feature on your Android.
- The device must be rooted with MyScriptFont and IFont applications installed.
- Download the file either in PDF or PNG format and take the printout.
- Open the file using “Paint” for filling the file.
- The scanned template should be uploaded.
- Rename your font.
- Download the file named .ttf for saving it on the SD card.
- Download and run the IFont app.
- Find the stored .ttf file you have already stored on the SD card; tap on “set” for enabling your custom font.
For non-rooted smart devices, read the following tips:
Follow everything mentioned above until you reach the part “IFont” in which case you need to download “HiFont”.
The .ttf file must be stored in the HiFont folder. Go to My Font and tap on “Scan.” The rest of the instructions will be provided to you that you can easily follow for implementation.
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