Unicode Consortium announced the release of version 13 of its Unicode Standard. In the new release are 55 new emojis and 5785 non-emoji characters. This comes just a month after the last announcement of 117 new emojis for 2020. It also paves the way for OEMs to add support for the new emojis in their platforms before the year ends. This is good news for users because these graphical assets play a key role in expression in the digital world. In our guide today we looked at how to install Android 11 emojis on any smartphone [Root]. So if you’ve been wondering how you can acquire the new emojis, then continue reading to learn more.

How to Install Android 11 Emojis on any Smartphone[Root]
Android 11 Emojis

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Emojis are widely popular because they add emotions, character and intentions to plain words. The addition of new releases testifies to their importance in digital expression and communication. That makes it easy to understand why the 62 emojis in the Unicode 13 release was added to Android 11 Beta 1. Users with supported devices can install Android 11 Beta 1 to enjoy these new emojis on their existing apps. There’s also an easier way to install them for those without supported devices and that’s what we’ll be exploring in this guide on how to install Android 11 emojis on any smartphone [Root].

Android 11 Emojis

The techniques to install the new emojis on any smartphone is made possible by an XDA member named RKBD, who’s also known for Gboard themes. The font file that contains the new emojis is packaged using a Magisk Module. This means Android smartphone users with Magisk installed can easily flash and replace their current emojis with new ones. The exact procedure is as follows.

Disclaimer: Installing this module may brick your device and void your warranty. Gadgetsay.com will not be responsible for any damage or loss incurred due to your use of this information. Flashing device firmware is a procedure usually meant for advanced users so ensure you’re fully informed and proceed with caution.


How to Install Android 11 Emojis on any smartphone[Root]

  1. Launch Magisk on your Android Smartphone
  2. Navigate to the modules page
  3. Tap the “+” icon and choose the downloaded Android 11 emojis Unicode 13 zip file
  4. Swipe to install and wait for it to finish installing.
  5. Reboot the device when done.
  6. Enjoy your new Android 11 emojis.

And that’s how to Install Android 11 emojis on any smartphone [Root]. Please be informed that Gboard does not yet support Unicode 13 emojis. However, you can use Swiftkey beta instead to share the new emojis. We believe this should be fixed in the next Gboard update. If you’re able to install and use the new emojis we’d love to hear from you. Please share your experience via the comments sections below. Also do not forget to share this guide with friends 🙂 or anyone you think would love the new emojis.

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