Ten-Thirty

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Unicode Name: Clock Face Ten-Thirty Emoji.


A wall clock, pointing to Ten-Thirty.

* Approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010.
* Added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.

Emoji General Information

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Android Clock Face Ten-Thirty Emoji

Android

Apple Clock Face Ten-Thirty Emoji

Apple

LG Clock Face Ten-Thirty Emoji

LG

Windows Clock Face Ten-Thirty Emoji

Windows

Samsung Clock Face Ten-Thirty Emoji

Samsung

Twitter Clock Face Ten-Thirty Emoji

Twitter

Codepoint U+1F565

Shortcode :clock1030:

Clock Face Ten-Thirty Emoji

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HOW TO SEND Ten-Thirty EMOJI AND ADDED TO YOUR MESSAGES?

On many different devices, you can use the shortcode or you can copy the emoji character on the right to add the Ten-Thirty EMOJI to your messages. Hint: use Ctrl/Cmd+C keys to copy, and Ctrl/Cmd+V to paste emoji.The graphics on this post shows how this emoji is displayed on Android, iOS, Windows, LG, Twitter, Facebook.Emojis are supported on iOS, Android, macOS, Windows and Linux. Copy and paste Ten-Thirty EMOJI to use on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Tumblr and more.

IF Ten-Thirty EMOJI SHOW UP AS A BLANK BOX (򪪪) OR AN X?

Not all emojis are supported by each devices. If you are trying to view an Ten-Thirty EMOJI your device doesnt support, you will see a blank white box, similar symbol (򪪪) or or question mark to represent a character not supported by your Platform, Device or Application.It most probably will be converted into appropriate image by web site or application where you paste it.

WHY THE SAME Ten-Thirty EMOJI MAY LOOK DIFFERENT IN DIFFERENT DEVICES?

The Ten-Thirty EMOJI may look different on another platform, because device manufacturers and software makers use their own images to represent each emoji. which are provided by the operating system (Microsoft Windows, Android by Google, iOS by Apple Inc.,...).Apple, Google (Android), Twitter, Microsoft, Samsung, Facebook and others each use the same unicode standard but the images that Ten-Thirty EMOJI represent are all different but similar looking images.

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