Download and Install 1900 Fonts for Galaxy S9/S9+ [No Root]

If you have been looking for some nice Free Galaxy S9 Fonts, your search ends here. Fonts are an integral part of the user interface and it would nice to have options. In this article, we will tell you how to get more than 1900 Fonts on your Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+. The best part is that you do not need root to install these Galaxy S9 Fonts!

Fonts are one of those things or probably the only thing that you are constantly looking at when you are using your phone. People change their wallpapers very often and the reason is that they get bored by it soon. You can say the same about fonts as well.  But more often than not, the users would not be able to change the fonts on their devices. This is one of those areas where Android may have to improve in giving more control to the user. In this guide, we will tell you how to get more than 1900+ best Galaxy S9 Fonts at no cost!

Fonts for Galaxy S9+/S9

Fortunately, if you own a Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+, you can change your font without much headache. There is a built in optioin in the Settings which allows you to easily change the Samsung system font. But, even that collection is very limited. If you are thinking about downloading more fonts from Samsung Theme Store, here’s a surprise for you – almost all the good fonts are paid.

But, worry not, for we have got you covered! With Wings Samsung Fonts, you have access to more than 1900 Samsung fonts and all of them are free. That’s right, 1900+ FREE Samsung fonts. This is the biggest collection of fonts you can find for Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, hands down. Below are some screenshots:

How to Install/Apply Fonts for Galaxy S9/S9+

Method 1: Without Substartum/Andromeda

  1. Download and install SamsungSans Font from Galaxy Apps: Download. It is a must to have this installed before proceeding. Without this font installed, the following steps will not work.
  2. Download and install any of this APK File: Wings XDA 968 Fonts – OREO.apk [You need to enable Unknown Sources option if you are prompted to, to install this APK file]
  3. Install ADB and Fastboot on your PC.
  4. On your Samsung device, go to Settings > About Phone > Software information. Tap on the Build number continuously until you a toast message saying Developer options have been enabled.
  5. Go to Settings > Developer options. Make sure USB Debugging is enabled.
  6. Reboot your Galaxy S9 and PC.
  7. Go to the folder where ADB and Fastboot are installed on your PC. Open a command prompt from inside the folder. To do this: Hold down Shift + Right Click > Select ‘Open command window here’ or ‘Open PowerShell window here’.
  8. Connect your Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ to your PC.
  9. On your computer, execute the following command on your command prompt:
    adb devices

    If this is your first time connecting your device to your PC with USB Debugging enabled, you will be prompted with ‘Allow USB Debugging?’. Tap on ‘Always allow from this computer’ and tap on OKAllow-USB-Debugging

  10. Next, execute the following command on your command prompt:
    adb shell

    Once you hit the Enter key, you will get the codename for your device (for example ‘star2lte’ is the codename for the Galaxy S9+).

  11. Next, execute the below command in command prompt:
    cmd overlay enable com.monotype.android.font.samsungsans.WingsSamsungFonts.XDA968FontsbyWinb33

    Please note that, you may not need to pass all the above commands to your phone, simply pass the commands that are only required for the APK you install.

  12. It should look something similar to this:Free-Galaxy-S9-Fonts-Change-Fonts-8
  13. Go to Settings > Display > Screen zoom & font.
  14. Choose and apply the font you like!
  15. Done!

Method 2: With Substratum and Andromeda

Heads up: If you are going to use this method, you are going to need to apply fonts everytime you reboot the device. It is due to software limitation in Android Oreo. Don’t wanna do this? Follow the above method.

  1. Download and install the below two apps from Google Play Store:
    Substratum:  Andromeda: 
  2. Download and install SamsungSans Font from Galaxy Apps: Download. It is a must to have this installed before proceeding. Without this font installed, the following steps will not work.
  3. Download & Install (latest) Wings Samsung Fonts_2.0d.apk.
  4. Open substratum & Install (multiple) Font package(s).
  5. Reboot your phone
  6. Enable the overlay(s): substratum -> Overlay Manager -> Select your overlay(s) & Press Enable Selected
  7. Go to Settings > Display > Screen zoom & font.
  8. Choose and apply the font you like!
  9. Done!

You now have over 1900+ free Galaxy S9 fonts available to choose from. Please note that each font might be listed twice, this is a known error and something we may have to love with until it is fixed by the developer. You may also follow the original forum thread for more updates and support from the developer This is the easiest way to get free fonts for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+.

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50 thoughts on “Download and Install 1900 Fonts for Galaxy S9/S9+ [No Root]

  1. Followed the instructions in your article using the APK. Got the same results. I got the font not supported error on my Galaxy s9 plus.

  2. I used “Wings Community 614 Fonts – OREO v2.apk,” but I used the andromeda substratum stock rootless backend 8.0+ which was the link on the forum.

    i just saw that it worked for someone on the forum, so i will have to try again? someone just commented that yesterday …

  3. Installed Samsung sans and the Oreo font pack with 600+ then tried 900+ fonts on my s9+. Also got the non supported error.

  4. Everyone: Have updated the article with latest steps to be followed and also, now there are two ways in which you can get the fonts for Galaxy S9. The above method is confirmed to be working; I did personally test it. Let me know if you need more help!

  5. I have a Galaxy S9+, installed the SamsungSans font, installed the correct WingsCommunity614Font for Oreo – Installed the program to my computer, turned on Developer mode and connected to my pc. Allowed trusted devices. Typed everything for CMD as you have it here in the article, and I still get the error and it asks me if I want to uninstall the fonts because they are not compatible.

  6. I followed the new directions step by step the entire thing and I still get the error to uninstall the font. Your direct download link states its for an S8+ so I don’t know if that is an issue where I am using an S9+…I don’t know how to attach a file here but in my ADB box it shows my phone’s name as star2qltesq – not what you had stated as what the S9+ should be. After I type in the command as you have it here, the next line shows: 1|star2qltesq – but does nothing for my phone. The fonts ask to be uninstalled.

  7. I followed your instructions and i can confirm it works on the galaxy S9 (cmd overlay enable com.monotype.android.font.samsungsans.WingsSamsungFonts.XDA968FontsbyWinb33). The app installs two versions of each font. One works and the other doesn’t (Says its not compatible). I just use the one that works.

  8. Works perfectly on my Galaxy S9+. I Just followed the instructions to a T and not a single issue or error. You’re the man!

  9. I tried this and i had lots of font now! but when i tried to apply it, it says that font is not supported. contact font provider. and the only option i get is to uninstall the font.

  10. It doesn’t work on my s9+ please help! The same error when I want to apply the font: font is not supported. Please contact font developer.

  11. Worked once on my phone and now will not work anymore. Using the substratum one. Tried both oreo and non-oreo versions.

  12. It worked great for me on my galaxy s9. Im not so good with this stuff, so thanks for making it so easy! I used the subatratum and Andromeda apps. It was definitely worth the 1.99!

  13. Worked on my Note8…finally! I had to uninstall everything including the Samsung Sans font apk and start all over again after the oreo update and very carefully follow every step including the restart of both my phone and my pc before I saw those agravating (wonderful!) duplicate fonts. I knew then I was gonna be ok. Thanks for the great tutorial.

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