Ron Smith wrote:Even though I have been loyal to Samsung. I now have a used Nexus 7 and hope to get the best out of the fonts.
Jason Hare wrote:Stephen Hill wrote:I'm considering getting an Android tablet, but googling has yielded conflicting reports on whether Android can handle polytonic Greek. The demo models I've played with in stores can't display quite a few characters, and I'll have to go with iOS if there's no solution. Has anyone here successfully gotten Android to display polytonic Greek?
Are you talking about viewing it or typing in it? I can view all polytonic Greek on my Android telephone, having installed the Ubuntu font group (through the market).
Orrin Winton wrote:Jason (and others who may read this): I have checked on Google Play (formerly called the Market i think) and i find nothing that looks very much like "the Ubuntu font group." Elsewhere on the Web i found a (perhaps outdated) guide to installing new fonts on Android, but i'm not willing to try something so technical that may be out of date.
Are there any recent solutions to this? My main Android device is a Samsung Galaxy Note 1, running 4.0.3 or 4.0.4. Thanks
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