The clipboard is a location in memory where the OS saves information that's copied/cut. By default, I believe it only saves the last instance--it's overwritten with each new copy/paste. Do a search for "clipboard" in the Market and you'll find a number of apps for saving clipboard history and reusing the info.
I have samsung galaxy 2. I found my clipboard by accident. When you copy/save to clipboard, go to your email page on your device and press the message box. (or wherever you want to paste the thing) Another box will pop up, and mine says PASTE XX CLIPBOARDXX . Press clipboard, and your clipboard should pop up. I hope this helps. I didn't have to down load app for it.
Thanks for the info! Now I know how to delete and use all of the photos that were saved into clipboard. Can save in gallery,Can paste into your
e-mail or rather Clear/ delete all of the items that were saved in
On a Samsung Galaxy Note, go to any location where you can enter text, and evoke the keboard. Next, tap the cursor to evoke the slider underneath the cursor. Next, tap the slider to evoke the text marking and insertion tools. You should now see the clipboard icon. Tap the clipboard icon to show all pages. Tap and hold the page of interest to see your options.
I know this is an old post, but if you go to Messaging like if you were going to send a text to someone, and you press and hold then Entry field, a Clipboard option comes out and shows your last 4 or 5 copies that you have saved.