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XDA Basics: How to change emoji on Android

Emojis are great. They enhance modern digital communication by adding emotions and expressions. But emojis evolve and new ones are added every year by the Unicode Consortium. Google brings the Unicode-ratified new set of emojis to the new version of Android every year. This leaves the older Android versions with older emojis. Android manufacturers also...

Here are all the emoji changes in Android 12 Beta 1

Another round of Android betas is here. During Google I/O 2021, Google introduced to the world a closer look at how Android 12, the upcoming version of Android, will look like and function once it's out. While Android 12 has been out as a developer preview for a while, we hadn't get seen the full...

Get Android 12’s new emojis on any rooted Android device

Google typically introduces a new set of emojis with each Android system update. This year, the company will likely introduce the new emojis introduced in Unicode's Emoji 13.1 set with Android 12. While these new emojis haven't made an appearance on any Android 12 Developer Preview builds released so far, you can now start using...

[Update: Merged] Google prepares to decouple new emojis from Android system updates

Emojis have become an integral part of our informal expression. These tiny graphical assets add emotions, intention, and character to mere words. The frequent addition of new emojis to the Unicode standard is testimony to their popularity. Whenever Unicode gets new emojis, we need to wait for an OS upgrade to reach our phones to...

Here are Android 11’s new emojis that you can install right now [Root]

Unicode 13 was announced earlier this year, bringing along 62 new emojis (117, if you count the variations separately) to devices. While their inclusion may not seem like a big deal on the surface, these graphical assets have become an integral part of expression on the internet and through our devices. They add emotions, intentions,...

Magisk Module Brings Blob Emoji Back on Pixel and Nexus Devices Running Android Oreo

Google completely redesigned the stock Android emojis with the introduction of new, more circular emoji in Android 8.0 Oreo. While some enjoyed the more consistent look of the new emoji, some users still preferred the unique look and character that the blob emoji had. If you fall into the second category, then you're in luck...