iOS 9.1 emojis
The iOS 9.1 update brings 150 new emojis for iPhone and iPad GettyImages

You can now enjoy Apple's newest emojis on your jailbroken iOS device powered with iOS 9, 9.0.1 or 9.0.2, thanks to Cydia developer PoomSmart. Apple made the long list containing 150 emojis available for iPhone, and iPad users through the recently released iOS 9.1 update. These emojis are also available for Apple Watch and Mac owners via watchOS 2.0.1 and OS X El Capitan version 10.11.1.

Those who have jailbroken their iOS 9-9.0.2 device using Pangu untethered jailbreak cannot get these emojis as they will lose jailbreak updating to iOS 9.1. But using a tweak released by PoomSmart you can install the emojis, without updating to iOS 9.1. With the tweak dubbed Emoji83+, you can enable the new emoji keyboard and send to iOS devices capable of displaying them.

The tweak is currently in its beta state, therefore, some apps like Messages will not work properly. However, PoomSmart says he will release a fix for this issue soon. Meanwhile, if you want to want to get the emojis on your jailbroken device, check the following guide.

How to add PoomSmart's repo to your Cydia source

Step 1: Open Cydia

Step 2: Tap Sources

Step 3: Tap Edit then Add

Step 4: Paste this source

Step 5: Tap Add Sources

Now you need to install Emoji83 package

How to install emoji file

Step 1: Open Cydia

Step 2: Tap Search

Step 3: Type Emoji iOS then tap on Emoji iOS 9 Backup (D) search result

Step 4: Tap Install

Step 5: Tap Confirm. Wait for a while as the emoji file will take time to install

Step 6: When the installation is complete, tap Run to Cydia

Step 7: Press Home button to go to the home screen and open BytaFont 2

Step 8: Tap Emoji

Step 9: Tap Emoji_iOS 9.1

Step 10: Tap Yes to respring

When your device restarts, open the emoji keyboard and you should see all the new emojis from iOS 9.1. Although you can type these emojis, they will not be displayed on your screen properly.

Via iDownloadBlog