Some Android devices (For instance: Samsung) has the inbuilt option to change fonts. If your Android device doesn’t have this inbuilt option, then this guide is for you.
In this post, we will see 2 simple ways to change fonts on both rooted and non-rooted Android devices. Let’s get started.
Change Fonts on Android
Change Fonts on Rooted Android Devices
- Open the app.
- Navigate to the "Category" tab and select the category.
- Tap your desired font and click on "Download" button.
- Click on "Use" button and provide the root access permission.
- In the prompt, Press "OK" to apply the font.
- Reboot the device.
If you want to use your custom font, then here are the steps:
- Copy the font file and paste it on the HiFont folder (You can see this folder on the SD card).
- Open the HiFont app and click on Hamburger icon.
- Select My font > Custom Font
- Click on Green icon. Now you can see your custom font.
- Tap it and click on "Use" button.
- In the prompt, click "OK".
- Reboot your device.
Changing font on non rooted device will make your device partially personalized. But, you can entirely personalize your rooted Android device with your desired font. So if it is okay for you to root, then do it and use your desired font.
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