Friday, 18 September 2015

How to Change Your Scary and Dull, Default Android Emoji to iOS Emoji

Are you tired of Android Scary and dull default emoji keyboard? Come to think of iOS emoji, it’s exceptionally great and superb as you can see in the below screenshot.
Do you wish to replace your default Android Emoji keyboard with iOS Emoji, there’s an easy way to do it and you don’t need a third party keyboard to do it. Below are the needed materials to get it done;
  •     Your Android device must be rooted, because the process involved Root Access
  •     TTF Font - Download this It contains the TTF font you’ll be needing.
  •     ES File Explorer - download it here
How it Work
1. Install the ES File Explorer that you downloaded.
2. Open ES File Explorer and go to the download location where you have Extract the content, NotoColorEmoji.ttf 4. Go to Device > system > fonts and rename NotoColorEmoji.ttf to NotoColorEmoji_OLD.ttf. This will allow you to easily revert to the default color Emoji font if anything goes wrong.
3. Now copy the downloaded NotoColorEmoji.ttf you extracted earlier to Device => system => fonts.
4. To make this work, you need to change the properties and edit the permissions as shown below:
5. Reboot your phone, check your keyboard and you have the Emoji displayed as it is on iOS!

Awesome right? don;t forget to spread the good news!

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