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Support Android 4.3 not displaying emojis

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jmcook79, Jan 12, 2014.

  1. jmcook79

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    I just got a Moto G and it has Android 4.3 which is supposed to support emojis. I have the Touchpal X keyboard but all of the emojis are still showing up as android faces as well as in black and white. I tried the Google keyboard and couldn't get them to work either! Does anyone else have this problem?

    Thanks!

    P.S. To the mods: I posted this in general because I assume it's an Android problem but if it's Moto G specific you can move it if you like :)
     

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    Moved this to the Moto G forum. :)
    On the stock Android keyboard, if you long press on the "Return" key and swipe up to the little emoji, the rest will show up. Have never used Touchpal X so not sure about it.
     
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    Thanks I'll try that but honestly I like Touchpal so much I'll probably stick with it!
     
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    I hear ya, the day I installed Swiftkey (probably a few years ago now), it's been the only keyboard I use. :)
    Although it is fairly easy to swap over keyboards on the fly with the drop down IME Switcher setting.
     

Motorola Moto G (1st Gen)

The first generation Moto G was the released in November of 2013. The phone was the first in Motorola's new mid-range line that targeted the sweet spot between specs and pricing. It originally built for emerging markets, but also saw success as a low-priced Android phone option in other parts of the world. The Moto G 1st Gen features Features 4.5-inch LCD display, Snapdragon 400 processor, 16GB storage, 1GB RAM. 5MP rear/1.3MP front facing cameras, and a removable 2,070 mAh battery.

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