My gf and I have compiled a list of what we have found so far, and are still discovering more.
😢 sad / cry
😟 concerned / worried
😝 tongue / raspberry
☝ up / one
👎 bad / no / thumbs down
👍 good / yes / thumbs up
👋 hello / ...
There are Unicode character codes for standard emojis. There's a complete list available here, but some common ones include U+1F601, which is 😁. The actual representation of the emoji might differ across platforms though, as seen below.
Additionally, simply entering the Unicode codes into the app might not necessarily display the character since it ...
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 example, if you have google keyboard, go into settings---> preferences switch emoji switch key off. In apps such as WhatsApp or Macebook messenger, it is not ...
Android Jelly Bean has extended Emoji support. There are various possibilities to type emoji by yourself:
Install an emoji keyboard and enable the Language switch button on your default keyboard, to fast switch to the emoji keyboard. For example: New Emoji Keyboard
Use a messaging app which has in-app emoji support (obsolete since Android 4.x+ supports it ...
Sadly this is a limitation in the SMS protocol.
The "ascii" charset is not the normal we are used to in the computer world, instead it is a 7bit (or GSM 03.38 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GSM_03.38) and very limited.
If one single character is used outside of this 7 bit charset, it is switched to UCS2 (See more information about UCS2 not exactly being UTF-...
I believe Handcent SMS has the ability to allow a user to choose between the Emoji style of iOS5 / iOS6 and Android. There is an additional Emoji plugin that one would need to install in order to get this functionality.
As an alternative, consider using a keyboard app that offers emoji as suggestions when typing (as well as words).
Swype is one keyboard that does this. If you type "dog" you get various word suggestions, but also the dog emoji. Very handy. A few of the images in the Play Store (links below) show examples of this.
It is a paid app, with a free trial version....
You can install a 3rd party SMS app called Handcent Next SMS which provides the option to disable emoticons on all (incoming/outgoing) sms.
Install the app → Settings (inside app) → Custom style → Conversation settings → Disable smileys
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Alternatively if you're on rooted android, you can recompile your ...
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 user—how exactly each emoji looks. But under the hood, it is just sending/receiving a number.
So when another user gets a message including an emoji number, it ...
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:
This reddit post talks about replacing your system's ...
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 be accessed on 'Friends' page or 'More' page)
Under "Shops", tap Stickers
Under "Sticker settings", toggle Display suggestions
When it is enabled, type a ...
If the recipient don't use a device that support the specific emoji this happens. Example: All the emoji on Android Oreo(8.0) aren't on Android Lollipop(5.0) and as last thing not every emoji on iOS is supported on Android or viceversa (If you are sure that their device support the emoji i don't know then...)
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 does not support emojis.
You can't do much for any of the above cases as they depend on someone other than you. Wait until their side is rectified or a ...
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 so many things concerning Swype. The only thing is that you can switch off the icon prediction, if you run a newer Swype version. If your keyboard came ...
I found out how to do this.
Go to Settings app > Apps > Google Keyboard
Click "Clear Data" and "Clear Cache"
This will remove / reset all your most recently used emojis so you can start from scratch.
You need to first enable the Emoji Keyboard under the iWnn IME. After enabling this, open any active text area and open the iWnn Emoji Keyboard and select the Car emoji icon group(🚘) and scroll down a bit. You'll be able to find the Tennis racket and ball emoji (Unicode U+1F3BE) like this,
Image and source: Emojibase
Here's a screenshot of it,
iWnn Emoji ...
According to caniemoji.com
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean was the first release to include a built-in keyboard (iWnn IME), and Android 4.4 KitKat is the first to include a color emoji keyboard.
Versions of Android prior to 4.3 require the use of a third-party keyboard app to insert emoji, or can copy/paste emoji from the list of all emoji.
The answer depends on a variety of things, most importantly whether the vendor or manufacturer uses the Google keyboard or one of their own. Some apps, including Facebook and most manufacturer/vendor Messaging apps, have their own built-in emoticon support.
The default keyboard for Lollipop (5.0) on the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S5 has built-in emoticon ...