There is something very interesting about each new version of Apple’s iOS software that makes us excited to try out newer versions of the software. Announced during Apple’s keynote address at the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in May, iOS 16 brings a lot of improvements and new features. Google will be happy this time because Apple’s iOS 16 is borrowing many features from Android OS.
The lock screen of iOS 16 is one of the most talked about features of the latest software version. With the latest iOS version installed on your iPhone, you can add weather, AirPods battery status, calendar events, and more for a quick look at the lock screen.While this may sound interesting to iOS users, Android users have been using this feature for Android 4.2. iOS 16 brings the ability to translate text from captured images. Thanks to the iCloud Shared Photo Library, customers can now create a percentage of an image library with up to 5 people, a function that users have been waiting for a long time.
Download and Install iOS 16 Emojis on Any Android Phone
Before we go straight to the stairs, you need to know a few important things. Getting iOS 16 emojis on your Android phone is quite easy if your phone is rooted. Getting iOS 16 emojis on your Android phone is pretty easy if your phone is rooted.If you do not have a rooted phone, you need to have Magisk installed on your phone. To get iOS 16 Emojis on your Android phone, we’ll use the Emoji Replacer app, developed by XDA member RickyBush_.
- Download the Emoji Replacer APK using this link.
- Install the app on your Android phone.
- Open the app. Allow the superuser access (on rooted phones).
- Out of all emoji packs, download the latest iOS emoji pack.
- Select one of the installation methods: Create a Magisk Module or Change With Root.
- The device will reboot itself to apply changes.
The process is quite simple and straightforward as long as you have a rooted phone. Have you successfully installed the new iOS Emoji Pack on your Android phone? Share your thoughts, inquiries, or suggestions (if any) in the comments section below.