How to Customize Font on Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

The default font used on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 can easily be changed to mix things up a little bit. If you don’t see any particular font that you like included in the library then you can download additional fonts to the device. We will be showing you how this is done.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is a third generation model released this year by the South Korean company. It sports a flip form factor which allows the unit to be used as a regular sized smartphone and when folded can easily fit in any pocket. Its best features include an IPX8 rating for water resistance, 120 Hz Dynamic AMOLED 2X display protected by Gorilla Glass Victus, a small cover screen for notifications, and the latest Snapdragon 888 chipset just to name a few.

How do I change the font style on my Samsung?

How do I change the font style on my Samsung?

One of the advantages of owning an Android smartphone is the number of ways that you can customize it. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 for example allows you to easily change the font font style or size to suit your preference.

Here’s how you can do this.


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Changing font settings on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

Changing font settings on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

This is what you need to do to change the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 font style and size.

Open the Settings apps.

On the upper right corner is the search field. Search for and select “Font size and style”.

Tap Font size and style.

Tap Font style to change the font.

Tap switch next to Bold font to turn this feature off.

Change the Font size by dragging the slider to the left or right.

Changing font size of your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 from the Samsung Keyboard

Changing font size of your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 from the Samsung Keyboard

You can also change the font size of your Galaxy Z Flip 3 from the Samsung Keyboard settings.

Open the Settings app.

Tap on General Management.

Tap on Samsung Keyboard settings.

Tap Font size.

Adjust the slider to the left or right.

Changing the font style of your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 from General Management

Changing the font style of your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 from General Management

You can also change the font style from the General management setting of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3.

Open the Settings app.

Tap on General Management.

Tap Font size and style under the “Looking for something else?” section.

Tap font style.

Choose a different font.

Download fonts to your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

Download fonts to your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

There are three fonts included with your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 by default. If you would like to get more fonts to your device then you will have to download them.

You can get fonts from the Galaxy Store. This will ensure high compatibility with your device.

Open the Settings apps.

On the upper right corner is the search field. Search for and select “Font size and style”.

Tap Font size and style.

Tap font style.

Tap download fonts.

Tap the install icon next to your desired font.

Using high contrast fonts on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

If you like the way your current font looks on your phone screen but want it to be more visible then you can simply turn on the high contrast setting. This will help make the text stand out more in your phone home screen.

Open the Settings apps.

On the upper right corner is the search field. Search for and select “Visibility enhancements”.

Tap Visibility enhancements.

Tap the switch next to “High contrast fonts” to turn it on.

What to do when you can’t change your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 fonts

If you are experiencing issues when choosing a different font on your phone then here’s what you need to do.

Restart the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

If you have been using your Flip 3 for quite some time now without restarting it then now is good time to do a reboot.

By restarting the phone, you refresh its operating system and remove any corrupted temporary data that could be causing the problem.

Restarting the phone

Turn off the Flip 3 by pressing and holding the Bixby button and the volume down button on the side of the device.

Choose Power off.

Choose Power off again. The Flip 3 will turn off.

Wait for a few seconds.

Press and hold the Bixby button on the side of the Flip 3 to turn on the Samsung phone.

Perform a software update on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

If your Galaxy Z Flip 3 is running on an older software update version then there’s a possibility that this is what’s causing the problem.

Manual update

Open Settings, and scroll all the way down.

Find and tap Software update.

Tap Download and install to check for a new update.

Once the phone is running on the latest software version try to check if the issue still occurs.

Run the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 in Safe Mode

Sometimes other apps you downloaded from the Google Play Store can prevent you from changing the device fonts.

To check if this is what’s causing the problem should start the Galaxy Z Flip 3 in Safe Mode.

Safe Mode

Turn the phone off.

Press and hold the Side key past the model name screen appearing on the screen.

When SAMSUNG appears on the screen, release the Side key.

Immediately after releasing the Side key, press and hold the Volume down key.

Continue to hold the Volume down key until the phone finishes restarting.

When Safe mode appears in the bottom left corner of the screen, release the Volume down key.

While in Safe mode, you can now uninstall apps that are causing a problem.

If you can choose a different font in this mode then it’s likely caused by an app you downloaded. Find out what app this is and uninstall it.

Exit from Safe Mode

Press and hold the Side key.

Tap Restart > Restart.

The Flip 3 will restart in standard mode and you can resume normal use.

Perform a factory reset

This procedure will erase your Android device data and bring it back to its original condition. Any corrupted data stored in the system which could be causing problems on your device will be completely removed as well as any third party app you downloaded.

Before proceeding with this step you need to backup your phone files as they will be deleted.

Factory reset

Turn off your Samsung Galaxy device.

Simultaneously press and hold the Volume up and side buttons until the device vibrates and the Android Recovery screen appears then release all buttons.

From the Android Recovery screen, select Wipe data/factory reset.

Select Factory data reset.

Select Reboot system now.

Set up your Android phone.

Once the factory reset is complete try checking if the issue still occurs.

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