Change your Android Fonts, Simple & Easy & Over 200 of them!

| December 6, 2010 | 2 Replies


If you are tired of that boring old font on your rooted Android device, and want to add a custom font that fits your style best, then you are in luck!

XDA Member Fachadick (hilariously inappropriate name) has a great thread with over 200 flashable fonts!  They all have picture previews as well as simple and easy install method.  They should work on almost all rooted Android Devices, and I can personally confirm it works on HTC Eris, Droid X, HTC Incredible,  and HTC Evo, but should work for all.

His Thread says:

Requires root.
Should work on any Android phone.
Some of these look better than others.
I starred the fonts that I personally think look awesome.

To use:
Just copy to sdcard and flash -these only change three files in the /system/fonts folder (effectively changing your main system fonts), so you can flash one on top of the other until you find one you like, but if you want to do a Nandroid backup first, that’s ok too.

This is my screenshot using the Comfortaa Font:


Head over to the thread here and check them out and flash away.

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  • Dan Seifert says:

    Love the ComfortAA font on mine as well. That reminds me, I need to reapply it, haven’t done soe since my last wipe.