Samsung Galaxy A50, A20, and A30: How to Change System Fonts

BY Rajesh Pandey

Published 25 Apr 2019

Galaxy A50 tips and Tricks

Samsung’s 2019 Galaxy A lineup has been a major step up from the company in terms of specs, features, and performance. What’s impressive is that the likes of Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30, and Galaxy A50 run on One UI which offers plenty of customization options. Among other things, this includes the ability to change system fonts as well.

At first glance, changing system fonts might not seem like a big deal but it goes a long way in refreshing the UI and giving it a new look and feel. If you ever feel bored of using your Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30, or Galaxy A50, simply changing the system fonts is going to be enough to make things look fresh.

Looking to change system fonts on Samsung Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30, or the Galaxy A50? Follow the steps below.

Change System Fonts in Samsung Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30, & Galaxy A50

Step 1: Go to Settings -> Display -> Font size and style on your Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30 or Galaxy A50.

Galaxy A Change system font

Step 2: Tap the Font style option and select the font you want to use. By default, Samsung pre-loads Samsung One and Gothic Bold fonts on its devices.

Galaxy A50 System Fonts

If you don’t like the pre-loaded fonts, tap the Download fonts option. You will be redirected to the Galaxy Store where all the fonts are hosted. You can download any font you like, though apart from a couple of fonts, all others are paid downloads.

Step 3: To change the size of system font, head back to the Font size and style menu. You should see a slider which you can adjust to increase or decrease the system font size.

Facing any issues while trying to change system fonts on the Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30 or the Galaxy A50? Drop a comment and we will help you out.