Guide: How to Change PS3 Fonts on the PlayStation 3 Console
With the release of PS3 homebrew applications such as JaicraB's PS3 USB Custom Firmware Loader v0.3 and stoker25's PS3 Registry Editor many have started modifying aspects of their PlayStation 3 console, and today Nyleveia.com (linked above) detailed how to change the PS3 fonts.
Download: PS3 New Fonts
The process is actually quite simple, to quote:
"Simply take your favorite TTF font and make two copies of it, named as follows:
And place these on your PlayStation 3 flash in the directory, /dev_flash/data/font/ overwriting the original fonts, then you simply need to go to theme settings and change the font to either rounded or pop to enjoy your new system font!"
Recap Using Mount Alejandro (Related Info: HERE and HERE):
- Mount dev_alejandro
- Open File Manager
- Replace files in /dev/data/font/
- Restart your PS3 System
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Keep it up! Can't wait to try that...
What font is in the pic
What font is that in the pic. I like it
now why didn't i think of that!
i thought we couldn't write to dev_flash? did i miss something, or is this just meant for JaicraB's app?
Do i do it through ftp? or what?
no you need to use jaicrabs firmware loader. long process.
either way it can corrupt the dev_flash anyways
i copied a font - worked - didnt like it, changed it - corrupted the whole thing.
so now i gotta restore it etc etc