Install Custom Fonts On your Samsung Galaxy Ace (Without Root!!)

Note: This tutorial applies to all Samsung Phones.

Ever wondered why Samsung is the leader in the Android smartphone division? It’s because the little things that matter.All Samsung phones support direct installation of Custom Fonts without rooting. Yes! You heard us right. The little feature you might have stumbled across in settings menu exists in no other phones. No other company like Sony, Motorola, HTC etc. supports the same.

So What do you need to do?

Method 1:

  1. Simply download an app like Fonts for Galaxy SP (Fontomizer) from Android market.
  2. Check Unknown sources in Settings > Applications.
  3. Select any font from the Fontomizer app. You will be directed to a download page. Download & Install it.
  4. Now go to Settings > Display > Font Style . Your recently downloaded font will show up here.
  5. Select whichever font you like. A prompt will offer to reboot. Select it & you’re done.

Method 2:

  1. Download an APK from internet or make one yourself (Tutorial Coming soon!) in Flipfont format.
  2. Install it on your Samsung phone. Make sure you have  ‘Unknown sources‘ checked in Settings > Applications.
  3. Now go to Settings > Display > Font Style . Your recently downloaded font will show up here.
  4. Select whichever font you like. A prompt will offer to reboot. Select it & you’re done.

Here is the XDA thread where you can download lots of Flipfont Apk’s.

You might also want to install the ROBOTO font from Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) which is our favorite. Tutorial

So with the knowledge of exclusivity of this feature, didn’t become lucrative all of a sudden?

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