Samsung is leading the smartphone industry with its new and innovative Android phones and features. Just now, the manufacturer released the stunning Galaxy S10 series phones with Infinity-O display (a single punch hole camera cutout at the front). Prior to that, Samsung introduced its popular One UI firmware based on Android 9 Pie with stunning features. The manufacturer later brought support for Good Lock 2019 for One UI. Here we have the support for installing any font on all your Samsung Galaxy devices running Android 9 Pie or earlier.
Samsung is where users turn their heads for advanced customization without rooting their Android devices. This includes the theme engine (with Galaxy Themes app), Good Lock – for customizing system features, Icons support, fonts support, video or live lockscreen, Always On Display, and much more. You can now install fonts like Google Product Sans, Apple Emoji iOS 12, Samsung Fonts, Mac fonts, Android P fonts, and almost any font available across the web with a .ttf extension.
Here in this tutorial we will show you the latest tutorial on how to install any font on your Samsung Galaxy devices running Android 9 Pie (One UI) or earlier. This tutorial works on all the Samsung phones like Galaxy S10e/S10/S10+, Note 9, Galaxy S9/S9+, Note 8, Galaxy S8/S8+, and more running stock OneUI firmware. You only need to connect your phone to Windows PC once and rest will be all. Later you can change fonts as many times as you wish.
Download Unlimited Fonts for Samsung Galaxy devices
The Wings font app lets us install custom fonts using .TTF extension, or WOFF, or even the OTF font file from iOS devices. So it is very important that you download fonts from the web in .TTF format only. You can also use stock fonts listed in the app like the Samsung Sans or the 1800+ stock Flip Fonts.
Here we have listed the most popular fonts in the Android community. One such font is the Google Sans font (upgraded Product Sans Font) exclusive to the Pixel smartphones.
Download Wings Fonts APK and Theme Installer for Samsung Galaxy phones
Following you will find the official Wings Fonts APK along with the Wings font theme installer for Windows PC, MacBooks, and Linux machines too. Don’t worry, the font installer theme will be created automatically on your phone’s internal storage under Wings folder. You can simply copy and paste it to your PC from there. What you will absolutely need is the Font APK installed on your phone and follow the on screen instructions.
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What’s new with the updated Fonts APK?
Bug Fixed: >100mb fontpacks
Bug Fixed: import from recents/downloads
Added synergy support- Export your fonts to synergy
Added sharing features:
– Share individual .ttf files
– Share links to fontpacks & searches
– Share created packs (*.wingsfonts)
Improved fontpack creation:
– Select your Bold typeface
– Edit Font titles (file names)
Adaptive icon + UI updates
Updated min SDK & libraries
Download progress notification
Backup server mirrors
How to Install Fonts on Samsung Galaxy devices?
Note: For users still running Android 8.0 or 8.1 Oreo can use our previous tutorial. You will also see some exciting information there. This tutorial is specific to devices running Android 9 Pie or OneUI.
Thanks to developers Wings, we now have a free and simple way to install any font on your device using their developed app. All you need is their Wings font APK file (link below), and their Wings Installer EXE file on your Windows PC.
The Wings app comes with several fonts in-built. However, you can download almost any font from the internet and grab Truetype font format (.ttf). For instance, here we are applying our favorite Product Sans font in this tutorial. Follow the same steps if you want it. All you need is your favorite font file in.
Twice it was good, and the third time on the final version of Android 10 on the Galaxy S10, Exynos, doesn’t to work.
I install everything properly. I install Wings, Theme, select Wings Theme, install the desired fonts, restart the device and when I go to Settings and Fonts, there are no installed fonts anywhere except the fonts that come with the device.