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Can we change fonts??

14th April 2014, 04:28 PM   |  #11  
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Settings > Display > Fonts

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Is this some sort of joke?
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Is this some sort of joke?

I think you're just really bad at asking questions. It doesn't seem like anybody knows what you are talking about.

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14th April 2014, 04:41 PM   |  #13  
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I think you're just really bad at asking questions. It doesn't seem like anybody knows what you are talking about.

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That or maybe you are bad at reading. I said "custom" fonts, which means the 1000 or so others that are not preloaded on the S5. Like using apps like Bytafont or Fontswap to change fonts. Typically root is required to do this.
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That or maybe you are bad at reading. I said "custom" fonts, which means the 1000 or so others that are not preloaded on the S5. Like using apps like Bytafont or Fontswap to change fonts. Typically root is required to do this.

Or you can buy them through Samsung by following the path I posted. Unless you can't afford them, then I would just wait for a rom.

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Thanks for your input.....
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I installed HiFont and then download a font file online. Then I put the font into the folder that the app tells you to, then you can set it as default from there. I'm using Ubuntu Light as my system font.
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15th April 2014, 03:42 AM   |  #17  
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I installed HiFont and then download a font file online. Then I put the font into the folder that the app tells you to, then you can set it as default from there. I'm using Ubuntu Light as my system font.

I'll give it a shot....thanks!!!
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Download one of the hundreds of flipfont apps and they'll be there in your fonts selection.

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Yes...system font.

You can change the font style and font size on your device. To change the font settings, from the Home screen, touch Menu Menu key > Settings Settings Shortcut > My device Settings Device Tab Icon > Display Settings Display Icon . Touch Font Style and choose from Default font, Choco cooky, Cool jazz, Rosemary, or Samsung Sans. Touch Get fonts online to download new fonts from Google Play Store.

Touch Font size and choose from Tiny up to Huge. When you select Huge, the font may be shown only in certain applications. In applications that cannot support Huge font size, Large font size will be used instead.

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