This post will help you change the font size and font style on your Galaxy Tab S6. Read on for more detailed instructions.
The default font face and font size of Samsung devices are typically schemed to suit customary groups of end-users. However, these settings may not be able to serve the needs of others, particularly those with some visual problems.
If the default font on your Galaxy Tab S6 is hard to see or you just feel like modifying the font settings, you can refer to this step-by-step walk-through.
Easy Steps to Change the font size and style on your Galaxy Tab S6
Time Needed : 10 minutes
Actual screens and settings may vary depending on the wireless service provider and software version of your device.
The following steps are applicable to the Android 10 platform, particularly on the Galaxy Tab S6 interface.
- To get started, swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen.
This gesture will let you access the Apps viewer, which contains various types of shortcut icons for built-in and downloaded applications.
- To continue, tap the Settings icon.
The main settings menu of your device opens on the next window.
- Scroll down to view more items.
Then, tap Accessibility.
On the next screen you will see the tab's accessibility settings and relevant features to manage.
- Tap to select Visibility enhancements to proceed.
Doing so will launch another window where you can change the main display attributes including font size, display contrast, color and others.
- Scroll down towards the Size and zoom section and then tap Font size and style.
A new screen opens with the default font style and font size.
There is also a preview of the current font settings located on the upper section of the same screen.
- To adjust the font size, just drag the slider left to right.
Dragging the font size slider to the left makes the font smaller while dragging to the right results in bigger fonts.
Just look at the font preview so you can easily determine the appropriate font size to use.
- After adjusting the font size, tap Font style to modify or apply a new font style you like.
Another screen opens with a list of available font faces and styles.
Just tap to select your preferred font style to use.
- You may also opt to download a new font style to select.
To do so, tap Font style again to get back to the font selection window.
Then, scroll down and select +Download fonts from the given options.
You will then be routed to the Galaxy themes menu.
In here, you can find various font styles to download on your device.
Categorizing the items will help you narrow down the selection.
- To proceed with this demo, let's go for free font styles.
So, tap to open the Top Free tab.
The new screen will show a list of available top free fonts for you to download.
- To proceed with this demo, tap to download Samsung Sans.
Just tap the Download icon represented by a small down-arrow with a horizontal bar next to the font name.
The download process will then instigate.
It usually takes a few seconds or several minutes to finish downloading fonts, depending on your internet connection.
All you have to do is wait until the download process is completed.
- When the download is finished, tap the back key at the bottom of the screen.
Doing so will take you back to the font style menu.
In here you will see the recently downloaded font style.
Just tap on it to replace the current font selection on your device.
- Android 10
- Galaxy Tab S6
The font style is now set to the recently downloaded font.
If necessary, drag the slider to the left or right to shrink or enlarge the font size accordingly.
If you want to switch back to the default font style, just repeat the same steps to get back to the font selection menu and then select default from the given options.
The default font style will then be restored.
To make the current font size and style on your tablet look better, enabling high contrast fonts feature is recommended. Doing so will help the texts stand out more.
To enable this feature, just go back to the main Settings-> Visibility enhancements menu and then turn on the switch next to high contrast fonts.
And that covers everything in this walkthrough.
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Hope this helps!
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