You can now download Samsung Galaxy S9 fonts package for your device with this guide ahead. You can download complete Galaxy S9 font zip files which you can flash on any Android device using a custom recovery. These fonts have been ported over from the Samsung Galaxy S9 unit for anyone to use. During MWC 2018, Samsung unveiled their latest flagship, the Galaxy S9. As developers get their hand on the device and its firmware, we are getting more and more resources from the phone such as ringtones, stock apps and more to use on our current devices.
There are three major variants of the complete set of Galaxy S9 fonts. The main difference in each lies about the typeface being either rounded or having extra width. For PC users, these packages are also applicable. Ahead we explain how to download all Galaxy S9 fonts and apply them.
Samsung Galaxy S9 Fonts – Details:
Samsung Galaxy S9 phone doesn’t only include the Samsung official fonts but it also contains other system fonts such as Roboto and Google Sans. This means, there is a lot of variety which you can choose from.
For existing Samsung users, some of these fonts might overlap as the brand has only modified few of the typefaces. Nonetheless, you can still install the complete ZIPs and the system will automatically update all of the fonts.
Following are the three major Galaxy S9 ZIP packages. As said earlier, each package then contains all system fonts:
Download Galaxy S9 Fonts:
For installing these fonts on your phone, you would need a custom recovery to flash it as a ZIP package. However, if you don’t have a custom recovery, you can still get around to installing these. In that scenario, extract the ZIP files individually on your system and for each extracted package, you would find a system folder within it. Once you open it, you will be able to view all the TTF – TrueType Font format – which you can then install directly from your phone or tablet.
As for users that want to install these fonts on their computers, you can do the same. Extract the ZIP package. Browse to system folder and install all the TTF files individually or at once.
NOTE: All font files are in TrueType Font format (.ttf) which means it would be compatible with a wide variety of systems.
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