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[email protected]@!3Z

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Can anybody post the new Smiley's here? I flashed the mod, but I don't see them.
Now I want put the new Smiley's in my multiling keyboard config file.

What do you mean by the new smileys? There are screenshots in the first post and are you sure you downloaded the correct file? There are separate download links for Samsung devices and every other device needs to use the Android version
 

AASalamH

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failed to install

I tried this on my unrooted Oppo F1 Plus using iFont and it doesn't work. Then I tried it on my rooted LG G3 with no luck either.
Does it not work with Lollipop?
 

mono21400

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These don't seem to work for me, they just don't show (as in, they just show a blank space of nothingness) Android 5.1.1 if it helps
 

[email protected]@!3Z

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I tried this on my unrooted Oppo F1 Plus using iFont and it doesn't work. Then I tried it on my rooted LG G3 with no luck either.
Does it not work with Lollipop?

It has only been confirmed to work on Nougat, Oreo and Pie.
I don't have any devices with older firmware so I wasn't able to test.

Have you tried manually replacing the files on your rooted LG G3?
From my understanding of how the NotoColorEmoji file works it should work fine for Long. I'll try find out if LG phones use a different file to load emojis
 

mono21400

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There was another report of it not working on Lollipop. Do you mind telling me what device you used and if you've tried the manual method and using a different keyboard like gboard?

I'm using a Lenovo a2010 running a (unofficial) build of Resurrection Remix right now (I'll try the stock rom later), tried both methods but they both failed. The problem isn't the keyboard though is the OS not displaying any emojis at all when using this font (the ios 11 one works just fine)
 

[email protected]@!3Z

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I'm using a Lenovo a2010 running a (unofficial) build of Resurrection Remix right now (I'll try the stock rom later), tried both methods but they both failed. The problem isn't the keyboard though is the OS not displaying any emojis at all when using this font (the ios 11 one works just fine)

Well that's weird, it should be displaying at least all the unicode 10 emojis (iOS 11 emojis)
I'll try find out what's wrong but I've never heard of this problem before
 

danyldft

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Zopo Speed 7 Android 5.1 Lollipop with gboard it does not work either manually or by TWRP.

Enviado desde mi ZP951 mediante Tapatalk
 

Quite John

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Didn't work

I have a Samsung Galaxy j5 and when I tried it and rebooting, it showed me little rectangle blocks instead of emojis. I extracted the zip file and then I copied the SamsungColorEmoji.ttf to system, replacing the previous one. I then went back to the file and renamed it NotoColorEmoji.ttf and replaced that one in system. When I restarted my phone, all the emojis were gone. I did the same thing with my Huawei p8 lite (not the SamsungColorEmoji.ttf) and it worked just fine.
 

Thejulylady_

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The ios and emojione has the same emojies, why?
And there's no space between words while typing and the numbers are everywhere displayed as emojies
 

Loku_kika

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In desperate need of help

Hey there, first of all if you're even reading this, that already means a lot to me.
But if there's anyway that you can help, that would great.
So recently, I used the ios 12.1 emoji module on my phone I installed the module from the magisk repo normally, but it just didn't work , instead of getting the Emojis I got some black symbols(screenshot included), which was strange because I've used the ios 10 emoji module before and that worked absolutely fine (yes I removed the old module completely before installing the new one) I popped on xda to know the reason behind it, and someone asked me to do it manually with a root explorer. The process was simple and I followed through the instructions, but there were those black symbols again instead of Emojis. But this also got a little messy because ya boi forgot to backup the old notocolor.tff so there's no going back now. I've tried every other emoji module on magisk now but none of them are working. I thought a factory data reset was the only option for me to get my Emojis back, so I do that but guess what? Even though all my data got wiped the symbols were just the same. So I do not have ANY Emojis on my phone right now, which is infuriating especially when someone messages me on Instagram.
If you could help me that would mean a lot.
I'm sorry if the text is a little sassy at the end because I swear to God, it's 12:28 AM but I want some 2x2 pixel images that I can send to my friends
Also if you're wondering which keyboard I'm using, it is the latest version of gboard.
Cheers! *Beerglass emoji*
 

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Hey there, first of all if you're even reading this, that already means a lot to me.
But if there's anyway that you can help, that would great...
If you search with a root explorer in the root/system/fonts folder is there a notocoloremoji.ttf there? If not I suggest replacing that manually with whatever notocoloremoji.ttf u want taken from /system/fonts inside the Magisk zip. Safetynet will get triggered though but it probably already is if that file is indeed missing.

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I have a Samsung Galaxy j5 and when I tried it and rebooting...
Same problem.
You have a Samsung phone, your phones uses SamsungColorEmoji.ttf instead of NotoColorEmoji.ttf. By first replacing and then renaming you no longer have a SamsungColorEmoji.ttf and thus, no emojis.
Replace the Samsung file and you should be good.
 
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    Hey Guys, If you enjoy any of the fonts in this thread hit that Thanks! button and maybe consider donating to keep this project alive . Thank you. :D
    paypal.me/Waaiez


    Note:
    • To the developers who use these fonts please give the correct credits and link this thread
    • When sharing my work please direct people to this thread instead of posting direct download links
    • There are separate instructions for Samsung devices as well as separate links, please ensure you use the correct download links
    • The module uploaded to the Magisk repo will not work on Samsung devices

    Instructions:
    Manual:
    1. Back up existing NotoColorEmoji.ttf from /system/fonts
    2. Download your preferred font and extract the zip
    3. Navigate to /system/fonts in the extracted zip and copy the NotoColorEmoji.ttf file
    4. Navigate to /system/fonts on your device and paste the file you just copied
    5. Change the permissions to rw-r-r (0644) and reboot your device
    6. Enjoy your new emojis

    Magisk:
    NOTE:
    This requires Magisk 17+

    iOS Emojis module has been uploaded to the Magisk repo. You can now download my module directly from Magisk and install it.
    1. Back up existing NotoColorEmoji.ttf from /system/fonts
    2. Download your preferred font and reboot to TWRP
    3. Click "Install" and navigate to the directory where you downloaded the file and select it
    4. After selecting, slide to install and wait for the install to complete then reboot your device
    5. Enjoy your new emojis


    Samsung Instructions:
    Manual:
    1. Back up existing SamsungColorEmoji.ttf from /system/fonts
    2. Download your preferred font from the Samsung section and extract the zip
    3. Navigate to /system/fonts in the extracted zip and copy the NotoColorEmoji.ttf file
    4. Navigate to /system/fonts on your device and paste the file you just copied
    5. Change the permissions to rw-r-r (0644) and reboot your device
    6. Enjoy your new emojis

    Magisk:
    NOTE:
    This requires Magisk 17+

    1. Back up existing SamsungColorEmoji.ttf from /system/fonts
    2. Download your preferred font from the Samsung section and reboot to TWRP
    3. Click "Install" and navigate to the directory where you downloaded the file and select it
    4. After selecting, slide to install and wait for the install to complete then reboot your device
    5. Enjoy your new emojis


    DOWNLOAD LINKS MOVED TO THE 2ND POST.

    Changelog:
    iOS:
    • Version 1 - Release (iOS 12.1 Beta 2)
    • Version 1.1 - Added Magisk support
    EmojiOne:
    • Version 1 - Release (EmojiOne 4.0)
    • Version 1.1 - Added Magisk support

    Notice:
    No Copyright intended.
    I Am not the owner of the Apple or Emojione emojis. I have just combined them and created a .ttf file which works on Android.


    Device tested on:
    Huawei P9 Lite 2016 running Android 7 Nougat

    Credits:
    • vxbakerxv for uploading the AppleColorEmoji.ttc file from iOS 12.1 Beta 2
    • @insan.waq3y1 for linking me to the reddit thread
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    Thread Update

    In my free time I have been working to solve the issues people are having with these font files. At first there were only two groups of users who were affected by the issues in these fonts:
    1. Users using an Android version lower than Android 6
    2. Non-rooted users trying to apply the font

    Since then I think I have found the issue to users using an Android version lower than Android 6 and I have managed to fix most of the issues faced by non-rooted users. However trying to fix these issues meant I had to move to a hybrid combination to build these font files and this brought its own issues.

    Issues fixed:
    • Mostly fixed iOS 12 emojis not displaying (an issue that was cause by the hybrid building)
    • Fixed spacing issue for non rooted users (might affect rooted users but if it does i'll release the main files for rooted users here and create a separate thread for non-rooted users with their respective fixes)
    • Fixed the number issue for non-rooted users (shouldn't affect rooted users)
    • (I think) Fixed an issue where users using anything lower than Android 6 faced problems (If users are still facing an issue I will probably create another thread and post the fix there)

    Issues left to fix:
    • Fix an issue where some emojis are not appearing (I have managed to mostly fix the issue where iOS 12 emojis were not displaying when I used my new building method)
    • Fix Skin Colour selector on gboard (works fine on Swiftkey)
    • Fix an issue where you are not able able to select the gender of emojis (both gboard and swiftkey)
    • There might be an issue with flags (will test further)

    There is no ETA as to if/when I will release these fixes. If I decide to continue and release then the font files should be updated to the latest iOS 12 emojis and emojione 4.5.
    If I choose to discontinue this project entirely I might decide to create a guide on how I created these font files and fixes I used so that any person wishing to continue into the future can benefit from the knowledge I gained doing this.
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    Downloads:
    Android:
    Mega links:

    Mediafire links[mirror]:


    Samsung:
    Mega links:

    Mediafire links[mirror]:


    Future projects:
    • Twemoji (Twitter Emoji)
    • Android P Emojis
    • Samsung Pie Emojis
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    Thread updated

    • the iOS 12.1 emoji file has been upload to the Magisk repo. You can now download the module through your Magisk app and install it.
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    Okay but then it doesn't work for me because I compared them with the Samsung ones and they are still the same I've tried both ways with magisk and with TWRP I'm using Gboard should I perform wipe dalvik and cache ?

    As far as I know Samsung uses SamsungColorEmoji.ttf for it's emojis, in my first post I have included instructions for Samsung devices as well as a separate download section.

    Here's the link in case you missed it:
    iOS 12.1 Beta 2 Emoji

    I will update the thread to be more clear.