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Why are filenames containing some emojis renamed to Chinese characers?

Andrew nailed it in his comment. You can see a similar issue reported between other Operating Systems and duplicate file names, here Unicode errors while syncing between Mac OS X and Linux Maintainer ...
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Any way to disable emojis/smileys/everything?

It is not possible to remove in every single app, since some are baked into the app itself. You can remove emojis from your keyboard however as well as from the app in which you are using. As an ...
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Force emoji to display as it was sent

Emoji's are special "character" codes. Really, just numbers that all* software agrees that a particular number means a particular emoji. Custom "fonts" change how those are finally displayed to the ...
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Why are some emoji not displayed?

It depends on the NotoColorEmoji.ttf font file you have installed. If that file doesn't include a glyph for the Unicode code point you want, it can't show it. Here's an SO post about fonts and glyphs: ...
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Emoticons/emojis not being sent via SMS

Several steps to the solution Recipients should have Android Kitkat or newer to view the emojis. The fonts in used on your Lenovo K6 does not support the emojis. The Android 7 provided for your K6 ...
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How can I search for a sticker or emoji on Line for Android?

LINE for Android provides in-line sticker suggestion when directly typing on the chat input text field. To enable/disable this feature: Go to Settings (the cog-wheel icon on the top-right, this can ...
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Google Messages adds spaces to emoticons

This is caused by the "use simple characters" setting on Android Messages app. The setting will convert special characters in SMS messages. This is due to the possibility that the recipient'...
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How do I update the emoji set for standard messaging applications?

I had the same issue recently. From what I gathered, emojis and non-emoji codepoints in Android are stored in separated font files. Regular chars and any non-emoji symbols come from the system fonts, ...
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"No emoji found" in Google Japanese Input

I found the answer 10 minutes after posting the question, that's silly. The trick is, you must search in hiragana. Even if your locale is English (like in my case). For instance, search for ねこ ...
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Emojis sent from a Samsung device appear as "two question marks" on the recipient's device

If the recipient doesn't use a device that supports the specific emoji, this happens. Example: All the emoji on Android Oreo (8.0) aren't on Android Lollipop (5.0) Not every emoji on iOS is supported ...
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Emoticons/emojis not being sent via SMS

Mine is a Huawei Nova 2 that had the same problem I just now fixed it. Go to Messages - Settings - Advanced, and then there's an option that says "Convert special characters in SMS". If it ...
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How do I plug in an emoticon into my keyboard

The feature that emoticons can appear when you type in a word was introduced in some previous Swype versions earlier, maybe with version 2.0. It is hardcoded and not subject to change in any way, like ...
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Clearing out most recent emoji / emoticons?

Go to Settings app > Apps > Google Keyboard Click "Storage" Click "Clear Data" This will remove / reset all your most recently used emojis so you can start from scratch.
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