Get custom fonts on One UI 3.0 or 2.5
Samsung’s One Ui have a lot of customisation option. However, with recent updates, Samsung has stopped giving support to custom fonts. Though you can install custom fonts but only from the Galaxy store which arent free or that good. But we have found a way through which you can have custom fonts if you have a device running One UI 2.5, 2.0 or 3.0. Below is the guide on how to get custom fonts on One UI 3.0, 2.5 or even 2.0.
The custom fonts work very well and are implemented throughout the system. Having a custom fonts makes our phone stand apart from the crowd and is very much satisfying to the eyes.
Also Read –One UI Beta registration for One UI 3.0
How To Get Custom fonts on One UI
- You need to install an app which is linked below.
- After which download the fonts zip folder from the link below.
- After you have installed it on your phone.
- Go to file manager >> Internal storage>> Find a folder named “monofonts” if you can’t find it just create the folder and name it “monofonts“.(Name should be exactly the same way written here).
- Now extract the folder named stereo fonts you downloaded from the link.
- Copy all of the extracted APKs to the folder “monofonts“.
- Open the app monofont which you installed from the below link.
- You must see the list of fonts.
- Select any font you want it to install it.
- Now Go to settings >> display >> fonts and style >> select fonts>> in the list your installed font must be there select and apply it.
- You will have a new and custom font for your Samsung device.
A video tutorial for the same is right below for a better understanding of the process
So this was the tutorial on how to get custom fonts on Samsung Galaxy devices running One UI. If you get stuck anywhere you can always connect to us on the telegram. We will try to resolve your problem and help you with the same.