How do you change the goofy-looking green alien emoticons on Android phone?
I googled this and searched and can't find the answer. I have an older LG and when I want to add a happy face all I have is that goofy green alien monster looking creature
The green robot is part of Google's branding for Android. You cannot change it unless you have root access to your phone. "Rooting" your phone will void your warranty and may get you in some trouble with your carrier.
If you do have root access, you can make those types of changes with the ROM Toolbox Pro app which you can find in the Android Marketplace
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