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  1. Betina

    Betina Member

    Haven't gotten my new Tattoo yet - just curious....
    Does Tattoo support smilies in sms? :)

  2. Carl C

    Carl C Well-Known Member

    Yes , Android {Hence the tattoo} supports Smileys :)

    Rather cute Android themes Ones I might add {i.e a Smiling smiley will be a little green android Smiling} :D

    Like these pics below:

  3. Betina

    Betina Member

    Cool! Thanks!:)
  4. Carl C

    Carl C Well-Known Member

    No Problem! :D
  5. Bertelsen

    Bertelsen Member

    The issue with these smileys is that they only show if you write :) , :p and not
    Code (Text):
    1. :) or :P
  6. Carl C

    Carl C Well-Known Member

    Yeah you got to have the " - " making a nose for them to work.... Just a minor inconvenience more than a problem :)
  7. Bertelsen

    Bertelsen Member

    I wouldn't call it a minor inconvenience when all my friends don't use that "nose". :p
  8. Carl C

    Carl C Well-Known Member

  9. Betina

    Betina Member

    isn't there an app, which puts them directly in messages - kind of like what Nokia has??
  10. 12jeepers34

    12jeepers34 New Member

    Hi! I was given an NTC Hero recently & I don't know why some smileys I send appear on other fones as "smileys" while others appear as typewritten characters OR :'( etc. Why is this?
  11. Huw

    Huw Well-Known Member

    Well, I would imagine that it depends on how the other phones parse the characters. When you send a smiley, all you're really sending is the characters that make up the smiley. If the destination phone happens to parse the combination of characters you sent as a smiley, that's how it will show up. If it doesn't, then all the phone's owner will see are the individual characters. For example, you may send :) which might appear as a happy smiley on some phones, but other phones may only parse :) as a happy smiley so instead of seeing the smiley they'd just see :)
  12. r00n

    r00n Guest

    Hi Carl C, Did you donwload these smileys or is this direct on your phone? I would like to change/remove the smileys as it is useless for me. Thanks!
  13. Carl C

    Carl C Well-Known Member

    Hey r00n :)

    No , these smiley's are on their by default on Android. I don't think it is possible to Download alternatives or change them without ROOTing. But with ROOTing and following certain steps you may be able too. {Sorry but I don't know the instructions of how to do this or if it is really possible}

  14. r00n

    r00n Guest

    I have a tattoo and as far as I know no one found out how to do it.... replacing the green little things with normal smileys will already help.
  15. Terry1100

    Terry1100 Well-Known Member

    Why do you need to replace them - unless the recipient has an Android phone, they only see a normal smiley anyway.
  16. r00n

    r00n Guest

    Because I don

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