Fonts for Galaxy S20 Ultra No Root needed

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zeeshee

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That's not helping dear.
It will easy if you can share OnePlus sans ttf and directory name of phone where I need to copy it and how do I apply it
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I'm not rooted so magisk won't work
 

kin201303

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That's not helping dear.
It will easy if you can share OnePlus sans ttf and directory name of phone where I need to copy it and how do I apply it

I'm not rooted so magisk won't work
I'm not rooted
you downooad the zip and extract

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The key things here guys is whether or not your device is debloated. Debloating effects Samsung Clouds ability to backup and restore all system settings, including font and therefore won't restore fonts. If you have all the stock system apps still installed then most font changers will work. I personally use zFont3, but monofont works too. I've banged my head on this for a while only to find out debloating screwed me. Lessons learned: don't uninstall system apps, especially the stock contacts app because it's almost impossible to restore if you uninstall it using ADB. Just disable or freeze them using ADB or Knox 3rd party manipulators such as Package Disabler Pro which let's use toggle any app without ADB. The font trick will still work even if apps are frozen or disabled

To summarize, a debloated system will not work with ANY font apps using the Samsung Cloud workaround, which is all of them for non-rooted devices. You'll have to re-bloat but there's a good chance some apps can't be rebloated, especially if you uninstalled the same app twice using ADB (reinstalled using ADB followed by uninstalling a second time but then it's gone forever), meaning the only way would be to factory reset or root. I recommend chalking it up as lessons learned and factory reset to get back full functionality of your phone including full backup and restore capabilities.
 
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    This works on my Galaxy S20 ultra and should work on all S20 style phones and Samsung devices running Android 10 One UI.
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    Well, thanks to the previous thread I linked to, I was finally able to install a custom font (TTF) without root!

    UPDATE: @sathishtony updated his Mono fonts installer to support installing custom ttf, you should check it out (version 2.1): https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...v2-1-for-samsung-oneui-1-2-3-no-root.4195613/

    The spoiler section describes the old method of installing a custom font, before the release of Mono Installer 2.1 which automates a lot of the process. I keep the older instructions just for reference.

    What you need :
    - circerounded_original.apk attached to this post (do not install yet)
    - Apk Editor from: https://www.apkmirror.com/apk/steel...elease/apk-editor-1-9-0-android-apk-download/
    - The TTF file of your font of course.

    First we're gonna prepare the new circerounded.apk file with your own TTF file:
    1. Install Apk Editor, launch it
    2. "Select an Apk File", browse to the circerounded_original.apk file, select it and choose "Simple Edit (FILE REPLACEMENT)"
    3. Browse into assets -> fonts and touch the left icon in front of the CirceRounded.ttf file, it should show a "Select a file to replace it" dialog
    4. Browse to your TTF file and select it
    5. Press the Save button on the bottom
    6. Once finished, open a file manager, browse into Internal Storage -> ApkEditor -> tmp and rename the file gen_signed.apk into circerounded.apk (This is the file you'll need in the next steps).
    7. Now to install it, you can choose any of the two following methods, zFont3 or Mono installer.

    zFont 3 Method: The following steps are the very same than the original thread (just use your own apk instead of the one provided of course):
    1. Install zFont 3 from Play store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.htetznaing.zfont2 -> Tab Home -> Download, install and Change to CirceRounded font (maybe line 246).
    2. Go to Settings on device -> Backup (Samsung Cloud) -> Choose Settings Only -> Backup.
    3. Display -> Font size & Font style -> Choose Default or Samsung One font.
    4. Uninstall Circe Rounded font from Settings-> Apps.
    5. Go to Settings of MyFile then enable show hidden files.
    6. Delete file circerounded.apk on zFont->.ONE_UI folder.
    7. Copy new file circerounded.apk (from ApkEditor) to zFont->.ONE_UI folder.
    8. Go to zFont app-> Tab Home-> find and install CirceRounded font again.
    9. Go to Settings on device -> Restore (Samsung Cloud) -> Choose Settings Only -> Restore -> Done (No need go to Display -> Font size & Font style to change font, it will change automatically when restore complete).

    Mono installer method:
    1. Download and install Mono flipfont installer from this thread: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...v2-0-for-samsung-oneui-1-2-3-no-root.4195613/
    2. Create a folder named "monofonts" at the root of your internal storage, and put the circerounded_original.apk and your custom font apk that you've made in the previous steps.
    3. Open Mono installer, install the original font and change your system font to CirceRounded
    4. Go to Settings on device -> Backup (Samsung Cloud) -> Choose Settings Only -> Backup.
    5. Display -> Font size & Font style -> Choose Default or Samsung One font.
    6. Uninstall Circe Rounded font from Settings-> Apps.
    7. Get back to Mono installer, and this time install your custom font (don't apply it)
    8. Go to Settings on device -> Restore (Samsung Cloud) -> Choose Settings Only -> Restore -> Done (No need go to Display -> Font size & Font style to change font, it will change automatically when restore complete).

    And there you go!

    Thanks to @__TrungDK__ for the Backup & Restore trick (this is what "forces" the new font to be applied even if it's not signed by Samsung) and @sathishtony for updating Mono Installer.

    Attached: My S20+ OneUI 3.0 with SegoeUI, the original apk for Google Sans, and my apk for SegoeUI.
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