Before i start, i know i should have made a backup, but i am currently waiting for a MicroSD card to arrive from Amazon, so i can make a backup in the new Clockworkmod recovery. The card hasn't arrived yet (I only ordered it today), so i couldn't make the backup.
To cut a long story short, i have spent all day working with the Hudl, and at about midday i flashed the new Tabbiedroid 1.5 ROM. Since then, i have been using my day to reinstall all my apps, and also to tune the ROM to my liking; installing tweaks such as the Xposed framework and generally messing around seeing what i can do. It has taken me all afternoon and evening to get something i really liked, but then.... disaster.
I decided i would install a custom font to make things look a little different, so i downloaded ROM Toolbox Pro and added the Ubuntu font. Rebooted, and i'm stuck on the Hudl logo. Waited a good 15 minutes but nothing... Absolutely devastated!
I know how to flash the ROM again in RKTools, but i don't want to do that because i'll loose everything i've done! Rather than taking a drastic measure such as that, i thought it might be possible to make a little script to re-flash the original font over ADB, in flashing mode. But i am rather inexperienced with ABD commands in the command prompt, so i don't really know how to go about doing this.
The default Android font is here, on my computer, but like i said, i don't understand how to flash this over to the device via ADB while in flashing mode. I'm unsure how ROM Toolbox actually applies the modded fonts, so i haven't got a clue whether this would work or not.
Hopefully someone can give me some guidance on this... Otherwise i will have to reflash the ROM again and i'll loose everything...
I'm begging you lot to help me... Please!
Any help would obviously, be greatly appreciated!!
Edited by TescoHudl, 01 November 2013 - 10:30 PM.