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In this guide I'm gonna show you how to install any custom fonts you like in your Samsung Galaxy device WITHOUT ROOT. It works in all One UI (Android) versions; even in One UI 4.1!
ALL CREDITS TO @sathishtony 's #mono_ app and @__TrungDK__ 's method!
#mono_ version 2.1 [NO-ROOT]https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...v2-1-for-samsung-oneui-1-2-3-no-root.4195613/
__TrungDK__'s threadhttps://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...r-android-10-oneui-2-5-samsung-phone.4203153/

Video tutorial:

Steps to follow (updated in 2022):
1. Make sure you are signed in into your Samsung Account.
2. Download and install #mono_ v2.1.
3. Launch #mono_ and allow the permissions it asks.
4. Install Samsung Sans through the #mono_ app.
5. Change your device's font to Samsung Sans.
6. At your phone's Settings, go to "Accounts and backup" and then to "Back up data" under Samsung Cloud.
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6.5. If you can't find the Back up/Restore options due to carriers hiding them:
I. Download Activity Launcher from the Play Store.
II. In the search field you type "Cloud".
III. In the Samsung Cloud submenu you will find the Back up/Restore options.
──
7. Select only "Settings" and back them up.
8. Move your custom fonts to the "ttf" subfolder inside the "monofonts" folder (Internal Storage►monofonts►ttf).
8.5. If your font is not a ".ttf" font, then you may convert it using any online tool.
9. Go back to #mono_ and tap on "Load TTF". Select the font you want to change to.
10. Under the "Load TTF" button, tap on "Install". Uninstall Samsung Sans.
11. Tap again on the same "Install" button. Install the "fake" Samsung Sans.
12. At your phone's Settings, go to "Accounts and backup" and then to "Restore data" under Samsung Cloud.
13. Select only "Settings" and restore it. Don't delete the backup.
14. Android will be tricked into thinking that it's applying again Samsung Sans but it will actually apply your custom font!
15. You may repeat this process from step 8 or 9, for every other font, now.

Useful links:
• Create a Samsung Account ➜ https://account.samsung.com/
• Activity Launcher ➜ https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.szalkowski.activitylauncher
• Google Sans font ➜ https://github.com/sahibjotsaggu/Google-Sans-Fonts
• (EXTRA) SamsungOne font ➜ https://github.com/SamsungInternet/OneUI-Web/tree/master/oui-css/fonts
• (EXTRA) San Francisco (iOS) font: ➜ https://github.com/AppleDesignResources/SanFranciscoFont
• Older zFont 3 Method ➜

I hope it helps you!
 

skovv

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I can't change google sans font in my s 22 ultra, i tried mono and zfont 3, maybe some suggestions?
I did everything according to the tutorial
 

skovv

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everything works even Google Sans - you just need to have com.samsung.android.app.settings.bixby turned on, I had it deleted, recovered via ADB and I have what I wanted with #mono_ FlipFont
 
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anyone know how to get iOS emojis without breaking the normal font?

edit: zfont and the iOS emoji pack it comes with ended up working
 
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    In this guide I'm gonna show you how to install any custom fonts you like in your Samsung Galaxy device WITHOUT ROOT. It works in all One UI (Android) versions; even in One UI 4.1!
    ALL CREDITS TO @sathishtony 's #mono_ app and @__TrungDK__ 's method!
    #mono_ version 2.1 [NO-ROOT]https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...v2-1-for-samsung-oneui-1-2-3-no-root.4195613/
    __TrungDK__'s threadhttps://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...r-android-10-oneui-2-5-samsung-phone.4203153/

    Video tutorial:

    Steps to follow (updated in 2022):
    1. Make sure you are signed in into your Samsung Account.
    2. Download and install #mono_ v2.1.
    3. Launch #mono_ and allow the permissions it asks.
    4. Install Samsung Sans through the #mono_ app.
    5. Change your device's font to Samsung Sans.
    6. At your phone's Settings, go to "Accounts and backup" and then to "Back up data" under Samsung Cloud.
    ──
    6.5. If you can't find the Back up/Restore options due to carriers hiding them:
    I. Download Activity Launcher from the Play Store.
    II. In the search field you type "Cloud".
    III. In the Samsung Cloud submenu you will find the Back up/Restore options.
    ──
    7. Select only "Settings" and back them up.
    8. Move your custom fonts to the "ttf" subfolder inside the "monofonts" folder (Internal Storage►monofonts►ttf).
    8.5. If your font is not a ".ttf" font, then you may convert it using any online tool.
    9. Go back to #mono_ and tap on "Load TTF". Select the font you want to change to.
    10. Under the "Load TTF" button, tap on "Install". Uninstall Samsung Sans.
    11. Tap again on the same "Install" button. Install the "fake" Samsung Sans.
    12. At your phone's Settings, go to "Accounts and backup" and then to "Restore data" under Samsung Cloud.
    13. Select only "Settings" and restore it. Don't delete the backup.
    14. Android will be tricked into thinking that it's applying again Samsung Sans but it will actually apply your custom font!
    15. You may repeat this process from step 8 or 9, for every other font, now.

    Useful links:
    • Create a Samsung Account ➜ https://account.samsung.com/
    • Activity Launcher ➜ https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.szalkowski.activitylauncher
    • Google Sans font ➜ https://github.com/sahibjotsaggu/Google-Sans-Fonts
    • (EXTRA) SamsungOne font ➜ https://github.com/SamsungInternet/OneUI-Web/tree/master/oui-css/fonts
    • (EXTRA) San Francisco (iOS) font: ➜ https://github.com/AppleDesignResources/SanFranciscoFont
    • Older zFont 3 Method ➜

    I hope it helps you!
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    for anyone interested i have 17000 fonts on my gdrive and dropbox heres the gdrive link and heres the dropbox link all are in ttf format the gdrive link displays what the font looks like
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    everything works even Google Sans - you just need to have com.samsung.android.app.settings.bixby turned on, I had it deleted, recovered via ADB and I have what I wanted with #mono_ FlipFont
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    everything works even Google Sans - you just need to have com.samsung.android.app.settings.bixby turned on, I had it deleted, recovered via ADB and I have what I wanted with #mono_ FlipFont
    How exactly do you restore this file?