Great question! The clipboard is a part of your device’s memory which is not accessible. The only way you can interact with it is via copy/paste. If you copied text, you can open a new text message or email and paste it there. This is the only information you can copy on and Android device, without the aid of a third party program.
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@Horizons2417 If your Note works like my GS7, you may have multiple recent items in the clipboard. The only way to access is to proceed with the process to 'paste'. This will pop up a bar with options, including access to clipboard recent items.
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