Download Samsung One UI Galaxy S10 Fonts

This article explains how to download Galaxy S10 fonts and install them on other devices, including computers. Samsung’s recent Galaxy S10 release has been quite a wonderful surprise. Its new take on notch, edge-to-edge display and also, amazing camera throughput has truly made it stand out. From software side of things, Samsung is shipping Galaxy S10 with its new One UI that is based on Android Pie. This revamped skin is catered towards larger screens and making phones easier to use with one-hand. To go along with the new interface, Samsung has also packaged in some new fonts and luckily enough, we have them all available for download, right ahead. Obtained directly from Galaxy S10, you can download official TTF fonts.

On Galaxy S10, there is a long list of different font styles. Each serves its own purpose within the system. From separate fonts for various languages to fonts solely for digits and symbols, the overall package is quite diverse. Fortunately enough, as all fonts come in TrueType Font format, you can pick and choose which ones to install. Also however, if you are installing these fonts on another Android phone, some fonts might overlap as, after-all, Samsung’s One UI is based off of Android. Continue below to download Galaxy S10 fonts.

Download Samsung Galaxy S10 Fonts

Samsung Galaxy S10 Fonts – Details:

Similar to Note 9, Samsung Galaxy S10 features new Noto style font packages along with the stock ones such as Roboto. However, there is one font specifically named One UI which was absent from Note 9. To cover all the regions where the phone is sold, there are separate language fonts included as well.

Before you proceed towards installation, you should note that there might few certain font styles that your phone would already have so do expect some overlap.

Download Galaxy S10 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.

However, for modern Android versions, manufacturers have implemented their own approach towards font customization. For each device, the installation might differ. In some cases, you can easily use iFont app to install these fonts otherwise if that is unsuccessful, you would be needed to root to use the same app.

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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