PoomSmart releases hack to get iOS 14.5 emojis on all jailbroken versions of iOS 14

Currently Apple IOS and iPadOS 14.5 tested with its own developer baseIt should be released to the public at some point in the next several weeks, assuming all phases of the beta go smoothly.

The upcoming software update will introduce a host of new features, including more than 217 new features Emojis That would help users express themselves in text.

if I were JailbreakThis may seem alarming since you won’t be updating the firmware to your phone anytime soon. Fortunately, the iOS developer Boom Smart It offers a solution in the form of a dubbed pwned phone add-on Emoji Library.

The EmojiLibrary Library is available free of charge Via the GitHub repository at PoomSmart In the form of a TrueType Compressed Font (.ttc) file that can be downloaded and placed in a specific folder in your broken device’s file system.

To use it, one must have the most recent version of EmojiPort The disc was installed from the PoomSmart repository then download the correct .ttc file from the GitHub link above then move it to one of the following folders via Filza – the folder you use depends on which version of iOS or iPadOS you are using:

  • For iOS 14.0-14.1: / System / Library / Fonts / Core
  • For iOS 14.2 and later: / System / Library / Fonts / CoreAddition

If you’re doing this on a phone running iOS 14.2 or later, there is one additional step: Rename the file to AppleCoreEmoji-160px.ttc.

When transferring the file, and renaming it if this calls for your firmware version, you will only need to access the app with PoomSmart to enable the transferred Emojis. Remember, however, not to rename the .ttc file if you are using iOS 14.0-14.1, otherwise this will not work. The rename step is only required if you are using iOS 14.2 or later.

Noteworthy, while some users reported that the new hack was successful On / r / jailbreakThere appears to be mixed experiences. It’s good to have the latest version of EmojiLibrary before trying to download and publish your ttc file. If you don’t, you might run into trouble getting things to work, as keyboards are heavily cached in iOS.

From what we can collect, PoomSmart’s iOS & iPadOS 14.5 Emoji port is only available for iOS and iPadOS 14 devices pwned at the time of writing, but support for iOS 5-13 versions is expected to come in the future. This means that the only devices that can benefit from the hack at the moment are the A7-A11 devices checkra1n, At least until the new iOS and iPadOS 14 jailbreak drops for all devices.

If you are not already using the PoomSmart repository and want to download the latest version of EmojiPort and its dependencies so that you can run the new iOS and iPadOS 14.5 Emoji on your iOS or iPadOS 14 device, you can add to the Package Manager of your choice with the following URL: