How to Fix Predictive Emoji Not Working in iOS 10 on iPhone Issue

Predictive emojis have been quite helpful to pep up your conversations on Messages app, which has been updated in the latest iOS 10. For some, predictive emojis can be intrusive in their interesting chat. But to my mind, this is quite helpful to smooth your chat as they save time by sending emojis instead of text.

For example, if you want to type in CAR in the text, the Predictive QuickType keyboard offers you an emoji of a car; this gives your communication an eye-soothing visual touch. At the same time, your message is conveyed and understood quickly and happily. But note that these predictive emojis appear only when you type a related word. If you enter ‘Happy’, you will notice a smiley; if you enter iPhone, you will find an emoji of an iPhone. How interesting, isn’t it?

While you are having an interesting conversation with your loved ones, predictive emojis should be working smoothly. If there is any hiccup, it would spoil your mood. To ensure that you resume your tête-à-tête quickly, you can follow a few solutions mentioned below.

How to Fix Predictive Emojis Not Working in iOS 10 on iPhone/iPad

Toggle Predictive Keyboard ON/OFF

Users may clean forget to turn on Predictive keyboard from Settings.

Step #1: Launch Settings app on iPhone.

Tap on Settings

Step #2: Tap on General.

Tap on General

Step #3: Scroll down and tap on Keyboard.

Tap on Keyboard

Step #4: Here, you will find an option of Predictive. Toggle it ON, if it is OFF.

Toggle On off the switch next to Predictive

If the option is already turned ON, toggle it OFF and then turn it ON after a few minutes.

In final step, hold the Power and Home buttons simultaneously for ten seconds to reboot your device. This should solve the problem of Predictive keyboard.

Reset Keyboard Dictionary

There is another solution if the above workaround doesn’t work.

Step #1: Open Settings app on iPhone.

Tap on Settings

Step #2: Tap on General.

Tap on General

Step #3: Scroll down and tap on Reset.

Tap on Reset

Step #4: From the list, tap on Reset Keyboard Dictionary.

Tap on Reset Keyboard Dictionary

Step #5: If you have set a passcode, enter the code.

Step #6: Tap Reset Dictionary from the pop-up that is swiped up from the bottom of your phone screen.

Tap on Rest Dictionary

Step #7: Now go back to Settings → General → Keyboard → Keyboards.

Step #8: Tap Edit button from the top right corner of phone screen.

Tap on Edit

Step #9: A red button will appear before Emoji; tap on that round red button.

Step #10: A new square in red will appear from the right side of phone screen; this is a Delete button. You need to tap this button to Delete Emoji option from keyboards.

Tap on the red button and then tap on Delete button.

Step #11: Now you need to bring back Emoji option in the Keyboards section.

Step #12: Launch Settings → General → Keyboard → Keyboards → Add New Keyboard.

Tap on Add New Keyboard

Step #13: Select and tap on Emoji option from the list of keyboards list. Now come out of the Settings.

Find the Emoji keyboard and select it.

Finally, reboot your phone and then open Messages app on your iPhone. Now type in entries like Happy and Car to see whether corresponding emojis appear or not. Most probably, you should see emojis now.

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