I know this is a blog about Nexus One but today I installed Thai font for one of my Thai friends who wanted to view and type Thai on their Droid.
It took me about an hour to do it and it’s rather simple but let me guide you step-by-step as some of the steps required additional hacking on my part.
Basically, you need to root your Droid first, then install Busybox, which allows you to do basic linux command, then you simply copy over Thai-enabled Droid Sans font files to system font directory.
1) So, first, you will need to root your Droid. Follow our