One non-root way to change fonts for Android is through custom launcher apps.
Launchers are always the answer
- Go into Settings on Apex Launcher.
- Tap on the Home Screen selection.
- Then tap on the Layout and Style option.
- Finally, tap on the Label Font selection and pick which font you want to use for your home screen.
How do you change the font on an unrooted phone?
Go to your device Settings>Security and toggle the option to enable installation of apps from unknown sources. Next, launch iFont and head to the Online tab. Download your desired font style and tap on Set. You can also go to Settings > Display > Font Style and select the font style you just downloaded.
How do I change my phone’s font?
To change your font:
- Click Apex Settings.
- Then choose Advanced Settings.
- From that menu select Icon Settings and then Icon Font.
- The Icon Font screen shows a list of available fonts. Select the font you like and it will automatically update the icon labels on your phone.
How do I get different fonts on my Android?
Check to see if your phone has some font settings built-in
- Go to Settings.
- Tap on Display>Screen zoom and font.
- Scroll down until your find Font Style.
- Pick the font you want and then confirm you want to set it as system font.
- From there you can tap the “+” Download fonts button.
How do I change the font on my Moto x4?
Touch Menu. Touch Settings. Touch Accessibility. Adjust the slider under Text Scaling to adjust the text size.
Adjust the font size – moto x4
- Touch Apps > Settings.
- Touch Display.
- Touch Advanced > Font size.
- Make your desired selection: Small. Normal (default) Large. Huge.
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