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If you do not find your language anywhere in Settings > General > Language or Settings > General > Keyboard, the only thing you can do is to search the app store for a 3rd party keyboard app. Fonts can sometimes be added via apps like AnyFont.
In the case of Dzongkha རྫོང་ཁ་, that is normally written using the Tibetan script. iOS already has fonts and keyboards for Tibetan. Have you found those and tried them?
Thank you Tom.
Yes, I tried using different fonts of Tibetan and it’s working in many features except with one issue. I changed my device language and helped me to display date time but it doesn’t show with proper font size. Can you help me this...
Question: How to change font display for new language other than English? And how it is possible to add more features to a new language since many facilities are missing for my language called Dzongkha?