Memoji is simply Apple’s version of Snapchat’s Bitmoji or Samsung’s AR Emoji. They can look exactly like you or like a different version of yourself with its ability to create yellow skin, red hair, an afro, a cowboy hat and so on.

As you make adjustments to your Memoji to suit you, whether altering the shape of your head, the size of your nose or your eye color, you will see the Memoji change in real-time through Message’s built-in Memoji builder tool.

To create Memoji, Apple’s Message application, iOS 12 software or later is required alongside an iOS device with the TrueDepth camera system. Phones like the iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max can are all useful for Memoji lovers.

Even if Memojis, the customized 3D emojis native to the iPhone and iPad can be very interesting to use, not everyone fancies it. If you do not really appreciate Memojis, allowing them to occupy too much space on your emoji keyboard could be very frustrating.

What do you do to get rid of the annoyance? You simply disable it completely. While you can simply ignore the Memoji options on your keyboard, deactivating it means Memojis will not be visible as an option and will not be available to use in any way. Not to worry though, because the Memoji feature can be reactivated at any time. See How To Disable Memojis In iOS 13 Or iPadOS:

How Can I Disable Memoji In iOS 13 Or iPadOS?

  • From your phone’s home screen, click “Settings.”
  • Click “General,” then “Keyboard.”

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  • Swipe down to “Emoji” and toggle the “Memoji Stickers” button to the left to disable it. This will deactivate Memojis and it will no longer be visible on your Memoji keyboard.

Disable Memojis In iOS 13

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To reactivate it later, just come back to this page and toggle the “Memoji Stickers” button to the right to reenable it.

You are done.

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