Emojis have become an integral part of conversations happen on smartphones. In its recent update of Android P Beta 2, Google has surprised Android users with 157 new emojis and some fonts. But all this for Pixel users only! So what about Android users, who own non-Pixel devices, like Galaxy, OnePlus, LG, Motorola, and others? Well, this is Android, and it allows you to customize features the way you want. Here is a workaround to get Android P emojis and fonts on any Android phone.

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The superheroes of XDA community have always come up with cool solutions to any Android issue. This time too credit goes to a senior member joeyhuab from XDA. The developer has introduced a Magisk module for users to run emojis on any Android phone.

How to Get Android P Emojis and Fonts on Any Android Phone

How to Install Android P Emojis and Fonts on Any Android Phone

Before you go ahead, you need to root your Android device with Magisk. I have already rooted my OnePlus 6 device with TWRP and Magisk. You can also follow this guide, no matter which Android phone you have.

Step #1. First off, you need to download Android P Fonts & Emojis Magisk Module on your Android device.

The module is available free at GitHub.

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Step #2. Next, launch Magisk Manager, and tap on the menu icon (three horizontal lines, i.e., Hamburger icon).

Step #3. Now, tap on Modules.

Step #4. Then you need to tap on ‘+’ icon available at the bottom of the screen.

Step #5. Go to the folder in which you have downloaded the Magisk module; select the folder.

Step #6. Rest is up to Magisk, which will begin to flash Android P emojis and fonts module on your Android device automatically.

When the process gets finished, you need to tap on REBOOT button in the bottom-right corner.

That’s all! You have successfully installed Android P emojis and fonts on your Android device, which doesn’t belong to Pixel family.

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Android is flexible by nature; you can customize its features as per your need and wish. However, while downloading and installing files/documents, you should use reliable source only; otherwise, your device may get attacked by malware. Would you like to use Android P emojis and fonts on your Android phone or tablet? Share your feedback with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.