Unfortunatley, no. This is likely because you were sent emojis that aren\’t on, or supported by your device. While emojis are very popular, and span across nearly all social platforms, they still aren\’t \”universal\”. This is because emojis work in several ways. 1. Code/image assumption. Entering (
) from one end. Some devices, services ect. detect these as a code for a corrilating emoji, and place an image from a database instead. 2. Embedded images. A more common type would be what services like facebook have.
When you use a facebook emoji, it is pulled from thier list of proprietary emojis that, while other services have, may be different or similar to other emojis. Apple may have their own that are exclusive to their devices. 3. emojis. Android Central actually uses this system. When you select an emoji, the server has a database of emojis tied to each of their own code. When you use it is actually represented as \”[emoji 1]\” (without quotation marks/space) in plain text. 4. emojis.
These emojis are based off of what started emojis like using colons with parenthesis. Apple supports these, but may still have their own versions of them. If your recipeants or you cannot recieve the emojis, than your\’s, or their device is either older, incompatible, or their MMS or SMS app is not complient with certain emojis or emoji formats. This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic forum and Apple can therefore provide no guarantee as to the efficacy of any proposed solutions on the community forums.
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