How to change fonts in Android Phones

How to change fonts in Android Phones

How to change fonts in Android Phones

http://www.linkbucks.com/A29MUDo you want to change the font on your Android phone but don’t know how to do that.

Well today, am going to show you how. Let of our phones font style sometimes don’t make sense at all or look outdated. We love those stylish styles like Roboto San AMD many other font styles

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Well, unfortunately, this guide is for the rooted user only.

It can not work on a phone that is not rooted because it needs superuser access to modify the Android font file on your root folder.

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The app we are going to use is called Ifont.

Most of you must have heard that or seen it in your friend’s phone and be wondering what you can do with that app.

Well, it’s an app you can use to change fonts on any Android phone.

If you want to make your phone don’t look like that of Samsung or any phone in the world.

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How to do that?.

Download and install Ifont from your Google play store or download Ifont from Blog the tech.

If downloading from here, always remember to enable installation of an app from an Unknown source and proceed with the installation.

Okay once you finish installing the app, launch it and Grant it root access.

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After granting it root access, then Know that you are good to go

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Select your desired font and wait for it to download and install.

After that, you can reboot your phone and see that all your font have been changed.

Do you know that you don’t need to have the app on your phone after flashing the font?

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Yes, you can now uninstall and the app and the font will still remain

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Did this work for you, if yes, please remember to share with friends.

 

John Daniel

The Mastermind behind Blog The Tech, Love the future Tech and a big fan of Android Mobile Development. In his early 20s and an undergraduate of Electrical Electronics Engineering.
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