A clipboard is an intermediate data warehouse that is designed to transfer or copy information between applications or parts of a single application. To do this, use the copy, cut and paste operations..
In other words, the clipboard contains the information that you cut or copied some time ago. Here is a good example.
Let’s say you went to some site and copied some of the information, as shown in the screenshot.
The data highlighted in the screenshot that was copied is on the clipboard. For what? So that you can “get” them from the clipboard and transfer them to another place by clicking on the “Paste” button. So, we pasted the copied phrase into the browser line.
Without a clipboard, this would not have been possible..
Please note that the clipboard contains only the latest data that you cut / copied, although some devices support saving multiple fragments at once.
Where is the clipboard?
The clipboard is located in RAM, and RAM, as we know, is part of the system, which contains various information, including program code, intermediate data, etc..
The easiest way to clear the clipboard on an Android phone is to copy other data, or reboot the device. note that the amount of memory used by the clipboard is so small that there is no point in clearing it.
As you can see, everything is easy and simple.