How to use emojis on your SPV C100
Want to know how to use emojis on your smartphone? Below, we’ll show you how to use emojis on your SPV C100.
“Emojis”: what is it?
“Emojis” are symbols or icons used when writing an SMS or other type of message on the smartphone. They appear in the form of hoes, flags and everyday objects. Emojis are used for communication and can emphasize the expression of emotions.
They are mostly used in social networks and instant messaging applications, where they spread especially.
How to use emojis?
In general, you can use emojis directly when you write a message on your SPV C100. Once the keyboard is open when writing a message, you see a key with a smiley on it. One click will show the emojis supported by your smartphone.
To use emojis on your smartphone, you must first make sure your device can display emojis.
We would like to inform you that it is not necessary to download an emoji keyboard in most cases, because the majority of Android smartphones already have such a function.
However, you should first check if you have the option to use emojis on your SPV C100. To do this, follow these steps:
How to check emoji support
- Step 1: Check Support
To see if your phone supports emojis, visit our Emoji article with a link to Wikipedia. Normally, you should now be able to see the emojis mentioned. If this is not the case, we recommend that you root your smartphone.
- Step 2: Enable the version
If you have Android version 4.1 or higher, you already have emojis by default on your smartphone. To be able to use them, you must activate your Android version, if it has not been done yet:
Click on “Settings” and then “Language and input”. You can then activate the Android version.
- Step 3: Use apps
If you have an earlier Android version, it is likely that your device does not support emojis. In this case, you should use them from instant messaging applications (like WhatsApp) that you can easily download from Google Play.
Transform combinations into emojis
- If your device does not have one yet, please download Google Keyboard on Google Play.
- Go to “Settings”, then “Language and Input”.
- Then select the Google keyboard to activate it.
- You can now enter the combinations you want to use as emojis.
You can also add another dictionary. We recommend that you restart your phone after installation to use all renewals.
About emojis on your SPV C100
Emoji (Japanese: 絵 文字, pronunciation: [emodʑi]) are the ideograms or emoticons that are used in Japanese electronic messages and web pages, the use of which is also being distributed to other countries. The word emoji literally means “image” (e) + “character, script” (moji). Some emojis are very specific to Japanese culture, such as the bending businessman, a white flower, but also many typical Japanese dishes such as ramen noodles, Dango and sushi. With proper configuration as stated above, they all should be available on your SPV C100.
Although originally only available in Japan, some emoji characters have been included in Unicode, which means that they can also be used elsewhere. Many operating systems for smartphones, such as Android, iOS and Windows Phone, also support emoji without a Japanese provider. That’s how emojis are now available on your SPV C100.
Where are emojis on your SPV C100 coming from?
The first emoji was designed in 1998 or 1999 by Shigetaka Kurita, who was part of the team working on NTT DoCoMo’s i-mode mobile internet platform.
The first few emojis of 172 12 × 12 pixels were designed as part of i-mode’s messaging function to facilitate electronic communication and as a distinctive feature compared to other services. That’s how it all started, and now you can have emojis on your SPV C100!
The use of ASCII emoticons in mobile technology increased, and people began to experiment “moving smileys”. They wanted to create a colorful, improved version of ASCII emoticons, made from punctuation, for more interactive digital use.
The emoticons were divided into categories: classics, mood, flags, party, funny, sports, weather, animals, food, countries, professions, planets, constellations and babies. The designs were registered with the United States Copyright Office in 1997 and placed on the internet as GIF files in 1998, the very first graphic emoticons in history.
We hope to have helped you find a way to use emojis on your SPV C100.
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