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In My app display Hindi font. so i use the DroidHindi.ttf font to display the font. and i run this app output in SonyXperia_MT27i like this! [Sony_Xperia_MT27i_android_4.0.4 Image screen]enter image description here

and same app run in htc_salsa_C510e_android2.0.3 Display this type outputhtc_salsa_C510e_android2.0.3

Please any help me. what is the problem i don't know.

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If this is about how to code or configure your source to display characters, then the better place for these questions are at {SO}. Else, if you are asking this from an end user's perspective, then the ROM of HTC does not have font AND ability to render complex glyphs. –  Narayanan Mar 15 '13 at 6:07
    
@Narayanan may be this is not answer.if display in other device and never in htc?it's the problem of htc? –  Zala Janaksinh Mar 15 '13 at 6:20
    
Yes. Take a look at my related question. In 2.x.x, without manufacturer or ROM developer's intervention it is not possible render complex scripts like Indian languages. –  Narayanan Mar 15 '13 at 6:24
    
@Narayanan yes are u right sir.but problem is where?my pm want result of problem.he see me the both device and ask for result. –  Zala Janaksinh Mar 15 '13 at 6:28
    
Let us continue this in a chat –  Narayanan Mar 15 '13 at 6:50
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See my answer and my comment about replacing a font file Droidsansfallback.ttf. I am sure you can search and find many file sharing sites sharing this file. You can also extract the font file from any of the Android device that you may have.

After replacing the font file and restarting the phone, chances are pretty high that you might not be able to see the word हिन्दी as you see here, rather you might see it split as ह ि न्द ी without spaces. Nothing much you can do if it shows up like this as I my question is all about that :(

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i will try.then reply you dear –  Zala Janaksinh Mar 21 '13 at 14:16
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