Emojis have become an integral part of the modern texting experience. Every Android update comes with new emojis that will become part of the SMS lingo in no time. If you think you’re missing out on new emojis, there are a few steps you can take to gain access to them. In this article, we will show you how to install new emojis on an Android smartphone.
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Update the operating system
Every new Android version brings new emojis. Check the Android version currently running on your smartphone and then update it to the latest version. Here’s how you can do that.
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Step 1: Go to settings.
Step 2: Scroll down and select ‘Via phone‘.
Step 3: Choose ‘software information‘. Here you can see the Android version running on your smartphone.
Step 4: To update the operating system to the latest version, go to Settings and select “software update‘.
Step 5: Click on ‘Download and update‘ to install the latest operating system version on your smartphone.
If your smartphone manufacturer has stopped releasing operating system updates for your smartphone, you can try using a third-party keyboard to access the latest emojis.
Use a third-party keyboard
You can also use a third-party keyboard, e.g Microsoft Swift Key and Fleksy if your smartphone’s native keyboard doesn’t show new emojis. These apps have tons of emojis that are constantly updated and can be used in multiple apps. Just install it on your phone from the Google Play Store and use it as your default onscreen keyboard. Go to Settings > General Management > Keyboard List and default to set your preferred third-party keyboard as the default keyboard.
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These are the two easy ways you can install new emojis on Android smartphone. Some smartphone manufacturers like Samsung regularly add new emojis to their native keyboards, even if they stop releasing software updates for a particular smartphone. Check for new software and security updates to see if the latest update includes new emojis for the native keyboard.
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