How to Access Clipboard on Galaxy S5

Copy and paste text is a quality that can be utilised in Samsung Galaxy S5. This feature will help you copying or transferring copied text without difficulty from one program to another. Considering that all copied text will be stored to the clipboard, it gets you can not only paste a text which you’ve just copied, but also paste an older duplicated text by choosing the required one in the clipboard provided that the clipboard has not been removed yet.

How to access clipboard on Galaxy S5?
Generally, there are two approaches that can be used to get into the clipboard: A. in an app or screen where you can enter text by long tapping into a text entry field, B. within an app or display where you may see the computer keyboard by using more options from the keyboard.

How to Access Clipboard on Galaxy S5

Step #1: From a text entry field
In case you’ve ever replicated text or taken a screenshot then it is simple to access the clipboard out of a text entry area in any app or screen. However, as the example, we will get into the clipboard from a text entry area when composing a new text message in Messaging app:

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  1. Copy a text from any app or take a screenshot.
  2. Now, open Messaging app and then tap to create a new text message.
  3. Long tap in the Enter message field until a pop up window appears and then select Clipboard .
  4. All recently copied text/pictures will be displayed now and you can select the one that you want to paste to.
  5. The selected text or picture will be pasted in the Enter message field.

Step #2: From the keyboard
You can easily get into the clipboard in almost any screen or program where you can use the keyboard. But, since the example, we’ll get the clipboard in the keyboard when composing a brand new text message from Messaging app:

  1. Open Messaging app and then tap  to create a new text message.
  2. If necessary, tap the Enter message field to view the keyboard.
  3. Long tap  (FYI, other icons may appear instead of  depending on the last function that was used) until a pop up window appears and then select  to access the clipboard.
  4. All recently copied text/pictures will be displayed now and you can select the one that you want to paste to.
  5. The selected text or picture will be pasted in the Enter message field.

As a note, the replicated pictures in clipboard are just available and can be pasted if you are in a text entry area where you are able to insert pictures, e.g: when composing text or email messages.