How To Install Khmer Font on Android – You will need to root your phone in order to install that font.
Because there isn’t an official website for this procedure, I recommend searching for “root T-Mobile My Touch 4G” on Google and clicking the third link.
After you’ve finished rooting your phone, download the Khmer font and save it to your phone’s internal/external storage.
Then, using the file manager on your phone, navigate to /system/fonts. Restart the phone after copying the font to that location. Once it starts, go to Settings > Display > Font and select it from the drop-down box, and you’re done.
How To Install Khmer Font on Android
- Copy Samsung Khmer fonts.zip to your device.
- Extract the 2 font files to your device.
- Copy the 2 font files to system/fonts.
- Set permission to 644.
- Reboot your device.
How do I type Khmer Unicode?
To type directly with the computer keyboard:
- Use the capital to type the letters subscribed with a dot below: T, Th, D, Dh, N, S.
- Type go & gho for ko & kho / do & dho for to & tho / bha for pha.
- Type G to get ng & J to get ñ
- Type ç or sh to get ś
- Type aa, ii, uu for the long vowels ā, ī, ū
What’s the best way to get Unicode on my keyboard?
To insert a Unicode character, type the character code, then press ALT + X. To type a dollar symbol ($), for example, type 0024, then press ALT, then X. Unicode character code charts by script have more Unicode character codes.
What is the procedure for changing my keyboard to Khmer?
It’s easier to change the Khmer Unicode font in Firefox than it is in Google Chrome. Select Options from the three vertical lines by clicking on them.
Change to a Khmer font you like in the three fonts below by going to Language and Appearance in the Fonts and Colors section and clicking on Advanced> font for Khmer.