Fonts for Samsung Galaxy for OneUI Android 9 Pie

Fonts for Samsung Galaxy for OneUI Android 9 Pie or earlier: Samsung manufacturer launched the stunning Galaxy S10 series phones with Infinity-O display. It introduced its popular One UI firmware based on Android 9 Pie with amazing features. Also, the manufacturer later purchases support for Good Lock 2019 for One UI.

However, Samsung is the phone where users want advanced customization without rooting their Android devices. This includes the:

  • Theme engine
  • Good Lock for customizing system features
  • Icons support
  • Fonts support
  • Video or live lock screen
  • Always On Display
  • much more…

Also, You can 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 guide, we’ll show you the latest guide on how to install any font on your Samsung Galaxy devices running Android 9 Pie (One UI) or earlier. It works on all the Samsung phones and more running stock OneUI firmware. Simply connect your phone to Windows PC and rest will be all. Later you can change fonts as many times as you wish.

Download Wings Fonts APK and Theme Installer for Samsung Galaxy phones

From the following, you’ll find the official Wings Fonts APK along with the Wings font theme installer for Windows PC, MacBooks, and Linux machines too. But don’t worry, the font installer theme will be created automatically on your phone’s internal storage under Wings folder. You can just copy and paste it on your PC from there:

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, created packs (*.wingsfonts)
  • Improved fontpack creation:
    • Choose 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: This guide is specific to devices running Android 9 Pie or OneUI.

The Wings app comes with different 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 most favorite Product Sans font in this guide. Follow the steps if you want it. All you need is your favorite font file.

Step 1:

First, enable USB debugging from Developer Options.

Step 2:

You can also install ADB and Fastboot binaries on your Windows PC.

Step 3:

Download the Wing’s Font APK app from above.

Step 4:

Then install the Wings font manager APK as a normal app.

Step 5:

Then launch the app and it’ll tell you to install the theme. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 6:

Just connect your phone to the PC.

Step 7:

Now transfer the Wings Fonts Theme Installer from phone storage to PC inside the folder where you have setup ADB and Fastboot binaries. Also, download it from there.

Step 8:

Keep your device connected to PC and run the Wings Fonts Theme Installer EXE file for PC. You can use the MacOS and Linux folder if you are not using Windows.

Step 9:

Then launch the Fonts installer EXE and click on the install theme option.

Step 10:

This will download a theme in the Galaxy Theme Store of your phone.

Step 11:

Now, go to the Galaxy Theme store > apply the Wings theme. Use the option ‘try it out’.

Step 12:

Once applied, launch the Wings Fonts manager from the app drawer.

Step 13:

Download and install any font from there. We used Google fonts > Product Sans regular.

Step 14:

It will generate an APK and install the font app.

Step 15:

But don’t forget to Reboot your phone once.

Step 16:

Later, go to settings > search for fonts > select Fonts and Styles.

Step 17:

Apply the font you just downloaded.

All done!


Follow the steps carefully but, if you still find any difficulty then let us know in the comment section below!

Till then! Keep Smiling 🙂

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