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This tool can only be used if you have a touch keyboard developed by Microsoft, 'SwiftKey'. If you do not have the application, it will have to be installed through the Google Play Store.

With a series of easy steps, learn how to copy words or text on your Windows PC or laptop and paste them on your Android phone or tablet.

The first thing will be to set the 'SwiftKey' as the default keyboard of your Android phone. You will then need to sync your Windows PC's clipboard with your Android phone's, this is done by logging into 'SwiftKey' with the same Microsoft account on both devices.

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From your smartphone, open the 'SwifKey' application and enter the 'Settings' by tapping on your profile icon or the gear > here you will have to enter the “Rich writing” section > “Clipboard”.

The next step is to activate the switch called 'Sync clipboard history', when you try to activate it the app will force you to log in with a Windows account.

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The account will have to be the same on both the smartphone and the PC. The following steps are done through the computer.

On the computer or laptop, click on “Start” and then on “Settings” > go to the “System” > “Clipboard” section. Finally, turn on the switch that says “Sync between devices”.

Windows will provide two options to choose from: “auto-sync” means that if you copy something on mobile and press “Control + V” on PC, the content will be pasted immediately; or the synchronization of choice, it means that if you press "Windows + V" you will get the history of what you want to paste.

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