Android smartphones are no doubt one of those smart phone that rock the gadget market. The flexibility and capability of customization of the device is so high as you can customise your interface your taste but all these amazing features can’t be done on all android devices as some needs to be rooted so as to join the queue.
Alot od developers have worked hard to make sure android devices can be bent to your taste as they add new hues and dimensions to the OS. The variety that Android offers is really annihilating. The various OEM specific UXs and ROMs like CM, PA and MIUI are some of its sterling examples.
Custom ROMs, home launchers, widgets, icon packs, UI mods, wallpapers and fonts are some of the customizables on the android smartphone. here with a good bunch of custom fonts for your Android device.
Paid font apps sure will work but if you have root access, you can also install custom fonts on Android for free. Hundreds of buitiful fonts for your android device has been shared by XDA contributor gianton. These fonts are available as flashable ZIPs that can be installed using a custom recovery like ClockworkMod or TWRP. By downloading his mega pack, you can have 355 custom fonts for your Android.
You can download the 335 fonts Here
You can also get the fonts seperately Here
I don’t use an Android device but some of this fonts have been tested on a friends phone (HTC One) and were awesome, I mean they worked perfectely.
Have you downloaded the fonts? If yes then let’s proceed.
These custom fonts can be work perfectely on any rooted Android phone or tablet device running:
? Android 4.x.x (ICS, Jelly Bean, KitKat)
? TouchWiz, Sense 5/5.5, AOSP, CyanogenMod, ParanoidAndroid, Google Play Edition, MIUI and others.
How To Install Custom Fonts:
? Copy the desired font (zip) file to your phone’s internal or external SD.
? Reboot your device into CWM/TWRP recovery mode.
? Do not forget to backup your current ROM before trying the fonts.
? In the recovery mode, select the“Install” option (in TWRP) or “install zip from sdcard” (in CWM).
? Navigate to the font zip file, select it and confirm the installation.
? When the font is flashed, “wipe dalvik cache”
? Finally, reboot the device.
Your phone will reboot and you will see “Android is upgrading…” message on the screen. You should now see the newly installed font applied to your device.
NOTE: Flashing any of the fonts ZIP pack will not add new fonts to your device. They would rather replace the original fonts found on the system/fonts directory of your device. That’s to say, you’ll be able to use just one font at a time. If you wish to try another font, you’ll have to flash it again.