Some characters (e.g.: , ↔) are shown on phone as there emoji-counterpart. How can I prevent this?
Perhaps you are importing text and the imported text is not set to
UTF-8 unicode . The text needs to support multi-byte characters(non-English letters) to display properly. All the fonts don't support all Unicode characters.
Please post a screen capture of what you see and provide a detailed explanation of what you do when these 'strange' characters appear.