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Old June 26th, 2014, 02:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Afternoon, I have a problem with the Emoticons not working properly. These are sent from my girlfriend's Samsung S4 (Android phone) or an iPhone..........doesn't matter all I get is the old school key strokes. When I send myself one it works fine.

I have cleared the cache and did a force quit.......any other ideas?

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What kind of phone have you got? It's the receiving device that interprets the emoticons.
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What kind of phone have you got? It's the receiving device that interprets the emoticons.
If she used Google keyboard or SwiftKey, would his phone decode the Google emoji?
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Thanks for the reply.... I have a Moto X with Sprint as my provider. This problem started after the OS upgrade to KitKat, never had the issue prior.
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welcome to AF!!!!!!!!!

i moved you to the moto x forum as i think this is more of a device issue rather then a general android issue.

hopefully folks here can help you out better.

i do not have your phone, but are we talking text emoticons, google hangout, or email?
what app are you using?
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