Samsung has recently released it’s OneUI 3 based on Android 11, Where the new UI brings a lot of major customization feature. Whereas, Samsung Galaxy Theme Store allow users to change the font of the device, although you can install the Google Fonts on your Samsung device.

Pre-Requirements

  • Your device should be running on OneUI 2.0+ (Android 10 or later).
  • The method was tested on Samsung Galaxy Note 9 running on Android 11
    • You can test on your Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, S20 Ultra, S20 FE, Galaxy Note 10

Install Google Sans font for Samsung Galaxy on OneUI 3.0

Install ZFont 3 from Google Play Store

Open the ZFont 3 app and then Download and install the “CircleRounded” font.

You might find it at #246

After that, head over to the “Font” setting on your device.

Navigate to Settings > Display > Font

Select to change the font to “CircleRounded”

Note: Before making change, ensure you have a proper backup of your settings.
Which you can perform by navigating to Settings > Account & Backup > Backup & Restore > Backup data > Choose “Settings.” After taking backup revert to the settings and make it to default.

Now, Uninstall the “CircleRounded” front from the device app.

Navigate to Device settings > Apps

Open Filemanager, or you can also use “File by Google”

Launch the File manager and then enable “Show Hidden Files.”

You can found the “Show Hidden Files” on File manager settings.

Delete the circerrounded.apk from your internal storage.

You can find the folder by navigating to Internal storage > zFont folder > .ONE_UI

Download the latest circerounded.apk, and then COPY to paste the “Circerounded.apk” file to .ONE_UI zFont folder.

Download: Circerounded.apk file

Now, Launch the ZFont app and then install the Cicerounded.apk

That’s it, Restore the settings by navigating the Settings > Backup & Restore > check “Settings” > Restore.

Download Fonts for Samsung Galaxy devices

There are a lot of fonts avaiable for the Samsung devices, which you can use with the help of zFonts. All you have to do is to download a font and you can change from the Font menu from the settings.

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You can navigate to the “Settings > Display > Font” and change the font.