⚡️Over 4,300 fonts available for your Android device
⚡️Root not required for supported devices
⚡️Install fonts you download from the web
⚡️Additional font settings for your device
NOTE Samsung Devices on operating system Marshmallow (6.0.1) and later (Galaxy S6, S7, S8, Note 5) do not support installing free fonts from FontFix unless your device is rooted
Thousands of Fonts
Choose from hundreds of typefaces. All fonts are free for personal use and the majority are free for commercial use too.
Preview the font in FontFix before installing it to your system. You can also preview any font file you download from the web by selecting it from a third-party file manager or directly in the app.
Many devices support changing your system font without root access. All our fonts support FlipFont for all Android versions (including Android 6.0). Other font apps no longer work on Marshmallow.
Installing a font to your system requires root access if your device does not support FlipFont. The app will correctly install font files to your system. The app will auto-detect the correct font file to overwrite so you can enjoy any typeface on Android.
Create a secure backup of your font before installing a new font to your system. Backup your system fonts to internal storage or a removable SD card. Share your backups to DropBox, Google Drive, OneDrive or other cloud solutions.
Enjoy downloading, viewing, and installing your fonts with style. The app follows the material design guidelines. You can choose from dozens of handcrafted themes or create your own.
Easy to Use
Hundreds of reviews agree that the app makes installing fonts easy and fun. What are you waiting for? Join over 5 million users and enjoy your device’s new look and style.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is my device supported?
Supported device include:
⚡️A rooted device running Android 4.0+ with S-OFF (for HTC)
⚡️A Samsung device that supports FlipFont (root is not required)
After installing a font, nothing changed. Why?
If rooted, installing a font will overwrite files in the /system/fonts directory. Some applications load their own fonts at runtime. You should see your font applied in the majority of apps.
How can I avoid boot loops after installing a system font?
Installing a font on a rooted device can result in a boot loop. The app does everything possible to avoid this situation. Before installing a font to your system you should be familiar with ADB and restoring backups in your custom recovery. Always have a nandroid backup before making changes to your system.
If your device is in a boot loop you should reboot into recovery and restore your latest nandroid backup or a flashable ZIP to restore your system fonts. Wiping data will not fix the boot loop.
What is root?
The name root is the user name or account that by default has access to all commands and files on the Android operating system. Rooting an Android device is simply the process of gaining full, privileged, or admin control of a device, thus allowing ‘superuser’ permissions.
To learn more about rooting your device, please read the FAQs at http://rootcheck.jrummyapps.com.
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