Download and Install latest Android N Emojis on your Android Device


The Android N second developer preview is already out for Nexus devices and Google has put together multiple new features, including a set of new emojis to make your conversation with friends and family more spicing. Now what’s good news for you is that, you can also download and install the Android N emojis on your Android device without waiting for the Android N firmware for your device.

The Android N emojis are based on Unicode 9.0 standard so it’s mean you can now enjoy the conversation by using latest Android N emojis from your side. It is said that the Android N emojis are not compatible with the Samsung devices even you can install them but it will not work. But if you are using some other OEM’s device running on Android 5.0 or above then you are welcome to install it anytime you want the whole process is mentioned below.


How to Install Android N Emojis on your Android device

Your device should have a working TWRP recovery or CWM installed or follow our recovery section and choose your device.

Download the Android N Emojis.

Connect your device to your PC and copy the Android N Emojis zip file on your device storage.

Turn of your device and boot into TWRP custom Recovery menu by the hardware keys combination or using any third party app (Mostly found in Play store).

Once your device enters into TWRP recovery, create a Nandroid backup of your device or follow our guide to create a Nandroid backup (this will create a backup of your complete device including current firmware) if something goes wrong you can restore your previous firmware.

Once the Nandroid process completes, Choose install and navigate to the folder in which you have copied the Android N Emojis zip file

Swipe across the slider to confirm install, wait for a few seconds till the file is completely installed in your device.

Now reboot your device and start enjoying the use of latest Android N Emojis. If you have any query feel free to ask, press like to say thanks.

A Software Engineer who loves to hang around latest gadgets and writes his own experiences to get the best possible and accurate information.
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