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By Shooting Star Max, Senior Member on 18th May 2017, 12:04 AM
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Hello, guys!
I've downloaded the latest Android O developer preview and extracted the new emojis (and fonts) from it so you can get it on your Android 5+ device. Just flash it and voilá! I don't particularly like them (too Apple-ish), but I suppose some of you might want them.

https://www.mediafire.com/?8r33ta2iekwry34
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18th May 2017, 02:18 AM |#2  
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Hello, guys!
I've downloaded the latest Android O developer preview and extracted the new emojis (and fonts) from it so you can get it on your Android 5+ device. Just flash it and voilá! I don't particularly like them (too Apple-ish), but I suppose some of you might want them.

https://www.mediafire.com/?8r33ta2iekwry34

you have screenshots, please
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you have screenshots, please

Check this: http://blog.emojipedia.org/rip-blobs...esigns-emojis/
18th May 2017, 11:00 AM |#4  
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As long as it's the latest from google, i love it xD
18th May 2017, 02:22 PM |#5  
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Can you also port the bootanimation, sounds and latest pixel launcher?
18th May 2017, 10:04 PM |#7  
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Can you also port the bootanimation, sounds and latest pixel launcher?

The bootanimation I found in the Nexus 6P image is the same as always, nothing new (the Google logo turning into spinning circles and lines, then forming the word "Android"). As for the sounds, I don't really know, since I can't remember the originals. And, lastly, I don't have enough knowledge to port the latest Pixel Launcher, sorry.
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Do you have fonts.xml and fallback_fonts.xml coz without those, new fonts won't work.
29th May 2017, 06:06 PM |#9  
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Latest EmojiOne looks mutch better
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Originally Posted by Shooting Star Max

Hello, guys!
I've downloaded the latest Android O developer preview and extracted the new emojis (and fonts) from it so you can get it on your Android 5+ device. Just flash it and voilá! I don't particularly like them (too Apple-ish), but I suppose some of you might want them.

https://www.mediafire.com/?8r33ta2iekwry34

Will it work on Asus ZenFone GO? (Zb500kl) And I have to unlock the bootloader, right? I have probably bricked ( ) my phone last time I was messing with these things, so I want to be sure. And I am kinda noob, too. Thanks a lot!
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Will it work on Asus ZenFone GO? (Zb500kl) And I have to unlock the bootloader, right?

I have probably bricked ( ) my phone last time I was messing with these things, so I want to be sure. And I am kinda noob, too. Thanks a lot!

You at least need a custom recovery and root. This "O" emoji pack is a flashable zip file that has to be flashed in custom recovery, like TWRP.

Some phones like LG G2 and LG G3 can be rooted and custom recovery installed without unlocking the bootloader -- but phones like Motorola require the bootloader to be unlocked to install a custom recovery and root. I do not know about Asus phones.
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Thank you @Shooting Star Max for providing these. Wonder if there's been any changes since mid-May, with the newer beta releases of "O"? I haven't kept up. Also wonder if the final version (after "O"is formally named... Oreo, Orange Sherbet, Oatmeal Cookie?) will be any different.
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