Saturday, 18 June 2016

Tips on How to Use Your Own Handwriting as Font on your Android Device


Using a particular Android font for a long time can be bored which it is good to try new fonts in your Android device. The default font for Android is pretty good and easier to read things but if you really think that you guys need change then its time to change.


In some android devices like Samsung device there are inbuilt feature to change the font of device. However this only sets a single font everywhere. But what if you can set up your own handwriting as your android font. Yes its possible, you can do this on your android device. And that too very easily. So have a look on complete guide discussed below to proceed.

Tips on How to Use Your Own Handwriting as Font on Android

>>>First of all you need to visit this Site here
>>>In this website you need to download the template as Pdf or Png and Print It.

>>>Now fill the form using the black pen and then you need to scan the page in (600x300dpi).
You can use camscanner to scan the document.

>>>Upload the scanned document and give any name to your font.

>>>Click on start button and you need to wait till it generates .tif file and you need to download that file and place it in your sdcard. Note your phone must be rooted.
>>>In your rooted android download the Ifont apk and click on “My Font” Ttab there and then click on “Click This“,
>>>Navigate to location to your .tif file and then simply click on set option there and then the process will start.

That's it and you are done. With this process, you can use your own handwriting on your Android phone or tablet.

  1. Can someone use anoda font to dat instead of ifont bcos ifont neva worked on my font

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  2. @Assalafy you funny oo, isn't a long process the way you think m

    @pelumi yes of course you can but i like ifont so much. Maybe you don't know how to use it cause it is perfectly working for my galaxy s5 and LG g2.

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  3. I hope it's not something that will brick phone

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