Want new emojis from iOS 13.2 on older iOS? Take a look at this script
You know iOS is available only for devices manufactured by Apple. And, this limitation helps them safeguard the gadgets from security threats. Those who try to break these restrictions (without enough knowledge) may end up sacrificing their private data to hackers.
As with Android, iOS also brings significant changes with each iteration. However, the latest iOS 13 did bring with it a bluetooth connectivity bug as well. We hope Apple will fix it by the time 13.2 version goes live. On the bright side, they revealed the update brings more than 200 new emojis.
What if you use an old iPhone with no support for iOS 13? Or, maybe you want to keep using iOS 12.x, but have strong desire for the new emojis. Well, there’s a way you can get access to them right away. But, it needs a jailbroken iPhone.
To recall, Emojipedia already added the new arrivals into their database. In case you are naive, Emojipedia is a website featuring all the emojis from every device available at the moment. You can copy-paste them to anywhere you like.
You know Cydia is the jailbreak equivalent of the App Store that helps installing third-party applications. In order to kickstart the process, open it up and route to Manage. You can see Sources there. Enter https://poomsmart.github.io/repo/ and http://smacpats.github.io/repo/ into the fields.
Once you finish with the step given above, you have to search for “EmojiPort Installer”. Just continue with the installation. There you go! Right from the moment you wrap-up, you can start using new emojis that’s going to come bundled with iOS 13.2.
As read earlier, it is impossible to get the new set on a regular iPhone. You have to break the imposed restrictions through jailbreaking. And, it may be a tiresome procedure for those who are doing for the first time.
Note:- Don’t get your hands dirty by trying to jailbreak your iOS gadget without expert guidance.
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