"yo que tengo que acer para q tu t des cuenta q te quier"
What does "acer" mean when they say "yo que tengo que acer para q tu t des cuenta q te quiero. I'm not sure about the "q" either.
I am not very familiar with text talk, but I like puzzles. I have reconstructed your expression and offer the following suggestion:
¿Qué tengo que hacer para que tu des cuenta que te quiero? (as reconstructed)
Interpreted to mean ----> (What) do I have to do to make you realize that I love you?
Notice that the word "what" was not in your original text. I have assumed the need for it.
'Acer' is a phonetic misspelling of hacer, which means 'to make'. The letter Q is used for 'que' and 'qué' because the way the letter is pronounced sounds like those words. The whole message reads, "What do I have to do to make you realize I love you?"
I think you need to get back with the person and ask them what they mean. acer might be a misspelling of "hacer" Your guess is as good as mine as what the "q' stand for.
Someone more familiar with text speak might do better
Pronounced acer but spelt hacer and it is the the verb infinative and means to do or make, tengo que hacer = I have to do/make. e.g. Tengo que hacer la cama= I have to make the bed, well not literally make the bed but prepare it for sleeping in, so to recap it is the verb tener conjugated+que+plus the infinative of the action verb. Tiene que estudiar = He/she has to study.
That is text speak and not proper Spanish. q - que or qué acer - hacer
You can look both up in the dictionary here.