Oppo is a popular smartphone brand that has its own unique interface known as ColorOS. The interface has several features that allow users to change the appearance of their Oppo smartphones, including the font style. For those who are not familiar with how to change the Oppo font, there are several methods that can be followed.
Oppo smartphones have gained a significant market share in Indonesia due to their contemporary design and customization features that allow users to change themes, lock screens, wallpapers, and fonts. The ColorOS Theme Store provides dozens of font styles that can be applied to Oppo smartphones. Also, with a little trick, users can use custom fonts from third-party sources.
Here are six ways to change Oppo font style without root access. Keep in mind that every Oppo smartphone has a different version of the Theme Store, so not all methods may work properly.
1. Changing font through settings: This is the easiest way to change font styles on an Oppo smartphone. Simply open the Settings, choose Screen and Brightness, then select Font Style. Tap on Online Font and download Flipfont fonts from Google Play Store. After installation, go back to Arrangement, then Screen and Brightness, and tap Font Style to apply the new font. This method only works on Oppo smartphones based on ColorOS 3.0 and below.
2. Change font to permanent: In the ColorOS Theme Store, some fonts can be used for a limited time during a five-minute trial period. To make the trial font permanent, download the latest iMod Pro application, enable trust for the source, then open the Oppo Theme Store, select a premium font, and apply the five-minute trial. Tap the menu button, click the mark X, and open the iMod Pro application. Click the blue round icon and the trial font on Oppo smartphone will be permanent.
3. Changing fonts using zMod: zMod is an application that allows users to change the font style on Oppo smartphones by installing fonts from the Theme Store. Install zMod from Google Play Store, then allow access. Select Apply Fonts, then Apply From Store to be redirected to the Theme Store. Choose a premium font and apply the trial. Open the notification panel, tap on Click here to activate permanently, close the Theme Store application, and click I’m Done.
4. Change the font to free: There are paid Oppo fonts on the Theme Store that look better with their writing style but require credit to buy. Use the SetEdit application to make these paid fonts free. Install SetEdit from the Play Store, download and apply a paid font from the Theme Store, search for writing persist.sys.trial.font 1 using SetEdit, tap on the text and select Edit Values. Change the number 1 to 0, tap Save Changes, and the font will become free.
5. Add custom fonts through zFont: For those who prefer custom fonts, zFont is an application that allows users to add their own font styles. Install zFont 3 from the Play Store, select Stylish, choose a font style, and tap Downloads. Tap the Set button below, select “Oppo & Realme,” then “New Oppo.” Confirm the installation, enable “Allow apps from this source” in Settings, and install. Now, change the region to Myanmar, activate the Dai character support option, and the custom font style is installed.
6. Changing the Oppo font size: If the applied font feels too small or large, users can change the font size through the settings menu on the Oppo smartphone. Open the Arrangement, tap on Display and Brightness, then select Font Size. Move the slider to adjust the font size accordingly.
All of the above methods can be applied to Oppo smartphones on ColorOS versions 3 to 7 based on Android Lollipop to Android 10. By following these methods, users can change their Oppo smartphone’s font style without root access. Hopefully, this tutorial has helped beautify the appearance of Oppo smartphones.