How to copy paste between Windows 10 and Android

 In Windows 10 there is a feature called “copy and paste between devices” within the application Your Phone. It is a native way to sync the clipboard of your PC and your Android mobile .

The copy and paste between devices works with text or images, and promises to be quite practical: if you press Ctrl + C on your computer, you can hold your finger on a text field on Android and tap Paste. The same works in reverse: select an image on the phone, tap Copy and use Ctrl + V to paste it on the PC.

Read: Best apps to share the clipboard between Windows 10 and Android

The feature needs to be enabled in the settings of the Your Phone application in Windows.

Read: How to quickly send a text from Ubuntu to Android using a three-line Bash script


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Marianne elanotta

Marianne is a graduate in communication technologies and enjoys sharing the latest technological advances across various fields. Her programming skills include Java OO and Javascript, and she prefers working on open-source operating systems. In her free time, she enjoys playing chess and computer games with her two children.

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  1. howieG

    After telling me to go to the Microsoft Authenticator, which I don’t have, then tapping accept in messages, and then getting no less than 4 critical errors , I just created a Dos file, copied that to the phone, and did the copy and paste from there.

    Good going Microsoft on spending 5 years creating software which the user is unable to use.


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