How to Change Font Size on Samsung phones?

While most people are perfectly comfortable with the default font size and style provided on their Android smartphone, there are situations when one might need to increase text size or change the font to make it more easily readable. Such example might be people with bad eyesight or - simply - older people.

Today, most phones have such setting natively available in some form. Yet, finding it might still prove difficult to some who are less used to such tasks, like Setting changes or editing default system options.

If you're using a Samsung smartphone that runs on Marshmallow or any later Android releases, and want to change the text style or size of your phone, below we provide a short step-by-step tutorial showing how to do such a thing.

Changing Font Size and Style on Samsung phones

  1. Start by unlocking your Samsung phone.HardReset your device
  2. Next, swipe down from the top of your phone screen to display the notifications panel.Factory Reset your device
  3. Select the Settings gear icon to open the Settings screen.Master Reset your device
  4. Scroll down and select the Display and wallpaper option.Wipe data on your device
  5. Select Font.Format your device
  6. Next to Font Size you will see a slider - you can slide it to the left or right, making all visible fonts smaller or bigger in size.Restore your device
  7. Below, tap the name of any font from the list to change your text style.Remove screen password on your device
  8. You can always tap Default to change back to your phone's default font.Remove Screen Lock on your device
  9. Tap Done to save your settings.Permanently delete data from your device

By Marek Pawelczyk on Apr 16, 2019