When you install a font in an APK format on your Samsung Galaxy Y phone, it takes up space on the device internal storage.
Most fonts are in KB size while there are few in MB. The more you install, the bigger the file is, the bigger the space it eats up.
Installing a lot of fonts is unhealthy. It can slow down your phone in the long run. Remember, the total internal storage of Samsung Galaxy Y is 190MB wherein only 160MB is available to the user. Sometimes, you won’t know that it is already full until you receive an “Out of Memory” error upon installing a new application.
One of the things that you can do to resolve this issue is to free up some space by deleting some unused applications or fonts.
Here’s a short guide on how to delete fonts on a Galaxy Y phone.
First, go to Apps Menu > Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > Downloaded
Scroll down then tap the font you wish to delete
Tap Uninstall then confirm
The system will confirm if the font has been deleted successfully.