How to get iOS 9.1’s new emojis on jailbroken iOS 9.0.2 or earlier

iOS 9.1 emojis jailbreak

The new iOS 9.1 brought a bunch of new emojis that are exclusively available on the latest version of the operating system. Many people who like the new emojis that have been added in iOS 9.1, which includes the middle finger emoji, taco emoji, unicorn emoji etc. have been looking for a way to get them on their device without losing its jailbreak. If you are one of them, then we have got the perfect solution for you. In this post we will show you how you can get the new emojis of iOS 9.1 on iOS 9.0.2 or earlier without losing your jailbreak.

How to get iOS 9.1 emojis on iOS 9.0.2

  1. First of all open Cydia and add ‘’ to your sources. If you already have this repo added then move on to the next step.
  2. Once the repo has been added and you have refreshed your sources, search for ‘Emoji83+‘ and install this package.
  3. Then Open Cydia again and search for ‘Emoji iOS 9.1 Backup (D)‘ and install it. This package will also install the Bytafont 2 app on your device.
  4. Lastly, open the Bytafont 2 app and tap on ‘Swap Mode‘ button, on this page look for ‘Emoji’ option and tap on it. From the next page select ‘EmOji_iOS 9.1‘ option and respring the device.

That’s it! Now you should be able to see all the new emojis in your default Emoji keyboard. Please note that when you enter any of the new emoji you will see a box or missing ‘?’ icon, don’t worry and hit the send button. The person on the other end will see the emojis normally, provided they are using iOS 9.1 powered device.

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  1. Bytafont 2 Swap Mode is still not working under iOS 9.0.2 – Which the poster would of know if they actually did what they instruct.

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