Installing Samsung Corby 2 fonts (written tutorial)

Things you need:
1. TK File Explorer (link)- A tool that provides access to the hidden system area of your Samsung's internal memory.

2. Font/s- It can be any font as long as it's in TTF format
You can download free fonts from
Or download the fonts provided in the video here. They fit perfectly and all the characters are supported. They are quite big, though, about 3-4mb.

3. USB Cable and Samsung USB driver
The driver normally goes along with Samsung Kies, but in order to save time, download it separatelyhere. Install. If this doesn't work try Samsung Kies instead.

4. Windows Media Player 11- needed by the Samsung USB Driver to function properly. If you don't have it  installed, you will receive an error regarding the installation of Samsung USB Driver and your phone will still be identified as a camera device

Restart your PC.

Installing fonts in Samsung Corby 2:
Please be reminded that installing more than 2 fonts is highly discouraged.
1. Launch TK File Explorer v2.4
2. Connect your phone
3. Find out what port to enter in TK File Explorer
Using your keyboard, press the Windows logo+R (not CTRL+R) then type devmgmt.msc hit enter and the Device Manager window should appear. Click Modems and right click SAMSUNG Mobile USB Modem. Select Properties. Click the Modem tab and you will see your Port. Take note of that. 

4. Go back to TK File Explorer and Click the Settings icon.

5. You will now be asked for your Port. Enter it, click OK, and click Connect.

6. Upon clicking Connect, this is what you should see: (click on the image below to enlarge and view the animation)
Double click AppEx. You will see three folders inside namely Sys, SysDefault and User.
Double click User. You will see three folders inside it namely Font, Java and Widget.
Double click Font. Double click Download. You will see that the Download folder is EMPTY.

7. In the upper area of TK File Explorer, find the fonts you want to install in your Samsung Corby 2. (I placed mine in the root directory of C.) In most cases, you can find your downloaded fonts in Downloads folder. So just find your Downloads folder in the UPPER area.

8. After finding the font/s, double click it and it will be automatically copied to your phone.
NOTE: When copying fonts that are over 2mb in size, like those that were provided by Himanshu Pathak in his video tutorial, TK File Explorer may stop responding for a while and it's normal. You don't need to do anything but wait because it is still copying. Don't click anything til it finishes.

9. When the copying process is done, you will see the copied font inside the Download folder (the lower area) Click Disconnect. Apply your new font. Restart your phone. Enjoy!