How to Remove Memoji Stickers from the Emoji Keyboard

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People are asking, “How do I remove Memoji keyboard stickers from my emoji keyboard?” You might have been annoyed to find that your Frequently Used emojis are preceded by a bunch of Memoji stickers that you never actually use. Luckily, there’s a hidden setting you can adjust to remove Memoji stickers from the emoji keyboard. Let’s dive in with how to get rid of Memoji stickers on the emoji keyboard so that you can once more find your favorite face-palm emoji.

Related: How to Make Your Own Memoji on the iPhone

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How to Remove Memoji Stickers from the Emoji Keyboard

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Select General.
  3. Scroll down and tap Keyboard.

    How to Remove Memoji Keyboard StickersHow to Remove Memoji Keyboard Stickers
  4. Scroll down and toggle off Memoji Stickers.

    How to Remove Memoji Keyboard Stickers

And that’s it! Now, when you open your emoji keyboard, you'll see your favorite emojis instead of unused Memoji stickers. For more great messaging tips, like how to react to texts with Memoji stickers, sign up for our free Tip of the Day newsletter.

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Tamlin Day

Tamlin Day is a feature web writer for iPhone Life and a regular contributor to iPhone Life magazine. A prolific writer of tips, reviews, and in-depth guides, Tamlin has written hundreds of articles for iPhone Life. From iPhone settings to recommendations for the best iPhone-compatible gear to the latest Apple news, Tamlin's expertise covers a broad spectrum. 

Before joining iPhone Life, Tamlin received his BFA in Media & Communications as well as a BA in Graphic Design from Maharishi International University (MIU), where he edited MIU's literary journal, Meta-fore. With a passion for teaching, Tamlin has instructed young adults, college students, and adult learners on topics ranging from spoken word poetry to taking the perfect group selfie. Tamlin's first computer, a Radioshack Color Computer III, was given to him by his father. At 13, Tamlin built his first PC from spare parts. He is proud to put his passion for teaching and tech into practice as a writer and educator at iPhone Life.