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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by jimmy83, Jan 31, 2009.
Can you have emoji running on 2.2.1?
Wirelessly posted (iPhone 3G: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 2_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/525.18.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.1.1 Mobile/5H11 Safari/525.20)
If you're jailbroken, there's a download on cydia to enable them.
If not, the only way is to download Touch Dial Emoji in the app store.
Yer im JB dude
What does the message look like on the mobile that receives emoji?
what is the point of this if no one you send them to can see the images?
I think its just jargon because you need an emoji capable phone to decipher the code that depicts the emoji.
All iPhone's 2.2 and up will show Emoji images.
Do they have to be JB?
Something interesting happened to me with the Cydia app. I downloaded it on 2.2 and it was working great. When I upgraded to 2.2.1 I did a restore, re-JB etc. the emoji was still available on my phone without re-downloading it from Cydia.
That's because you restored the Plist hack saved through the backup.
No, all iPhone's 2.2 and up have the ability to show emotions.
Thanks, what would emoji look like on a non-iPhone?
Probably will not show up properly unless a Japanese phone. Worth a test try though.
So I have emoji. But any text I send with them they don't show up - yeah, yeah, they need to be an iPhone 2.2, right? But when I say don't show up, I mean the text message in its entirety is not received. Even to an iPhone with 2.2.
So how is this carrier related? Does the sending carrier have to be compatible, or the receiving one? Does the receiver have to have the emoji enabled also? This is for SMS.
For the record I am on T-mobile, and when I send them to myself, I get them fine.
Must be a T-mobile thing. Emoji has worked flawlessly on all text I have sent to AT&T serviced iPhones running 2.2+ This includes non JB phone who do not have the feature enabled via the app store hack or plist through iTunes.
There must be something to it, and you may be right. I can get one person in another country with a Vodafone account (but not another on a vodafone account in another country) to get emoji.
I have Touch Dial Emoji on T-Mobile and i can confirm that the messages do not get received at all when using emoticons.
Yeah, for some reason T-Mobile blocks texts with emoji in them.
If you aren't JBed, download Typing Genius.