Disable Memoji Stickers on Your iPhone or iPad

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Turn off Memoji Stickers on an iPhone or iPad in iOS 13 from the keyboard options via the Settings app. Memoji Stickers came with the iOS 13 rollout and support devices running an A9 processor or higher.

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Although Memoji Stickers are pretty innovative and quite fun at times, they can get a bit agitating under certain circumstances.

In the following Visi article, we're going to show how to quickly disable/enable Memoji Stickers on your iPhone or iPad.

**PLEASE NOTE** The option to disable Memoji Stickers is supported in iOS 13.3 only!

Disable Memoji Stickers on iPhone and iPad

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    Tap the Settings app.
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    Tap General.
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    Tap Keyboard.
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    Scroll down to the bottom and tap the toggle switch to disable Memoji Stickers.
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    To enable Memoji Stickers again, go to Settings > General > Keyboard, then tap the switch to turn it back on.
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