Google usually introduces a new set of emojis in each Android system update. This year, the company may introduce new emojis for Android 12 in Unicode’s Emoji 13.1. Although these new emojis have not yet appeared in any Android 12 Developer Preview versions released so far, you can now start using them in older versions. Have the Android version of the rooted device.
To get the new emojis of Android 12 on rooted Android devices, you must refresh the Emoji Magisk module of XDA Premium Member RKBD. This module will replace the emoji font file of the system with an updated version containing the new emoji, which will appear in the upcoming Android 12 version. This module can run on any rooted Android device and does not require Android1
Download RKBD’s Emoji Magisk module
The following is a quick comparison of the new emoji included in RKBD’s Magisk module and the emoji set currently available in Android 11:
Please note that the Magisk module of RKBD only contains part of the Android 12 / Emoji 13.1 emoji set. The stable Android 12 version will include more emojis. The image below shows the final emoji. The image is taken from the Instagram page of Jennifer Daniel, Chairman of Google’s Unicode Emoji Subcommittee.
It is worth noting that, according to Daniel’s latest tweet, Gboard users can also access the new Emoji 13.1 set in Emoji Kitchen. In a tweet, Daniel (Daniel) revealed the Emoji Kitchen (Emoji Kitchen) “The latest Unicode version (13.1) is now supported.” For the unknown, “Emoji Kitchen” is a Gboard feature that allows you to create custom emoji mashups. You can read more about it via the link below.
It is also worth mentioning that Google is working to decouple the new emoji from the Android system update. This will enable the company to release the latest Unicode emojis by simply pushing updated font files without the need for a complete system update. This change is expected to be released with the stable Android 12 version later this year.