We all cut, copy and paste blocks of text when using the Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus and its keyboard. Yet more often than not, we don’t even bother to think about the Clipboard on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, which is actually the place where the texts we copy are stored between the actual commands.
If, for whatever reasons, you’ll decide one day that you want to take a look at it – just to see what’s copied on it for the time being -, we really want you to know your options. Speaking of which…
How To Use Clipboard On Samsung Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus?
- First, you must launch an app where you can use the keyboard;
- Expand the built-in Samsung keyboard layout;
- Select the Customizable key from the keyboard;
- Finally, tap the Clipboard key.
Another Way To Access Clipboard On Samsung Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus:
- Access the first empty text box that you can find;
- Long tap on that box to bring up the Clipboard button;
- Select that button and you’ll get to see the Clipboard and the content currently copied in there.
From now on, you can’t say you don’t know how to use Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus Clipboard. There you go, you have two different ways for getting there and you can check it any time you’ll feel the need!