If you would like to enable iOS 9.1 emoji on jailbroken iPhone, we know how to do it! Of course the set of 150 new emojis characters available to emoji keyboard users is the major feature that was released together with the first update to iOS 9 firmware. If you like to send not only the text message then this update has brought a whole new way to express your emotions.
But what to do if your device runs iOS 9.0, 9.0.1, or 9.0.2 version firmware and you what to get the sets of new emoji? As it is already known, Apple has killed the Pangu 9 jailbreak with iOS 9.1 release. So you can upgrade your device to 9.1 version but you will lose you jailbreak. So what to do?
Now thanks to a new jailbreak tweak, that gives us ability to get a taste of iOS 9.1 new emojis on our jailbroken iOS 9.0.2 devices right now. But the minus is that this tweak is still a work in progress, and the new emoji don’t display properly in some of the first and third-party apps. Some apps will work good, such as Mail, but such apps, as Messages, won’t properly display the new emoji. Developer PoomSmart says that he is working on a fix for this issue, so it is only the question of time when we will get a 100% working iOS 9 emoji package for iOS 9.1device.
How To Add iOS 9.1 Emoji On Jailbroken iOS 9- 9.0.2 iPhoneNote: your iOS 9 iDevice must be jailbroken to use the below steps.
Step 1: First launch Cydia and click on Sources option.
Step 2: Click on Edit, next Add.
Step 3: Now paste the following source: http://poomsmart.github.io/repo/
Step 4: Click on Add Source option.
Step 5: Once the source is added, install the Emoji83 package (not the BETA).
Now follow the next tutorial to install the emoji file on your jailbroken iPhone.
Step 1: Launch Cydia and click Search.
Step 2: Type Emoji iOS and select the Emoji iOS 9 Backup (D) search result.
Step 3: Now click on Install.
Step 4: Click Confirm and wait for few minutes.
Step 5: Once the download and installation is finished, click Return to Cydia.
Step 6: Now press the Home button to navigate to the Home screen and launch BytaFont 2.
Step 7: Clcick on Emoji and then Emoji_iOS 9.1.
Step 8: Next, click Yes to respring.
Once you respring, open the emoji keyboard, you should now have some of the new iOS 9.1 emojis in the stock keyboard on iOS 9.0.2. But as mentioned above, they won’t necessarily work in every app, while you can see the emojis and type them, they don’t always properly display on screen. Sometimes you will see a little [?] box instead.
Although there is very much work in progress for PoomSmart, but he persuade that he will fix problems connected with the emoji not displaying correctly in some apps. But for those who want to enable iOS 9.1 emoji on jailbroken iPhone this is the great chance as you enjoy jailbreak and sets of iOS 9.1 emojis in the same time.