First go to the settings of your Samsung Galaxy S3 and then to the “Language and input” area. Here, click the Settings button on your keyboard. Next, tap on “Add Dictionary” and then select the keyboard titled “Emoji”. Finally, all you have to do is activate this keyboard.
< li>Swipe all the way left until you reach the settings icon, then tap on it.
The emoji menu is accessed from the keyboard by tapping or long-pressing the emoji/enter key in the lower right corner, or via the dedicated emoji key in the lower left (depending on the your settings). .
Enable emoji keyboard
With Android 4.4 (KitKat) or later, the default Google keyboard has an emoji option. You can turn off your default keyboard using a variation of Settings > Language and Input > Default and selection of the keyboard you want to use.
Go to Settings > General, then scroll down and tap Keyboard. Below a handful of toggle settings like auto-capitalization is the keyboard setting. Tap it, then tap Add New Keyboard. There, sandwiched between non-English language keyboards, is the Emoji keyboard. Select it.
If your device doesn’t support emojis, you can still get them using a third-party social messaging app like WhatsApp or Line. However, you can only see emojis in these apps; Received SMS messages are still not displayed.
Re: I want my old emojis back! Make sure you have the latest version of the app (6.2.2), then tap the three dots in the top right corner, tap Customize, tap Emoji Settings, then tap Classic. Subject: I want my old emojis back!
Select language and input. Choose Default. Select your keyboard. If your default keyboard doesn’t have an emoji option, choose a keyboard with emojis.
For Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and newer, most devices come with an emoji add-on pre-installed. This add-on allows Android users to use the special characters in all text fields. Step 1: To enable, open your settings menu and tap on System > language & Enter.