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This all seems to be for older OS's I have run the terminal command but for Yosemite it looks like just assign the name to "Emoji & Symbols" for all apps. Would be nice to not assign any shortcut to this and remove it but you can't save no shortcut and it will not let me save and then delete the shortcut (that probably wouldn't work anyway. At least it ...
Messages on the Mac has an option to not replace conventional smileys with emoji. Edit > Substitutions > Emoji I have this switched off on my Mac & if I type ;-) that's what is transmitted. If I do the same on my iPhone, the same happens, only ;-) is transmitted & received. I have no recollection of changing that behaviour on the phone, nor can I ...
You can try holding down on the emoji you want and see if it brings up a menu to pick the skin color like this: That feature is mainly only available on the more "human" looking emojis. Doing this will now set the default of that emoji to the color you chose, so I guess you could go through all of them and pick the one you want and they should stay as ...
You can't. Emojis are part of iOS and can't be disabled.
Go to Settings > General > Keyboards > Add New Keyboard and choose Emoji. The full range of available emoji will become available through the 'globe' icon to the right of the '123' icon.
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