Is there a way to send information on my phone (for example, an SMS that I started to type, that got way too long, and that I decided I want on my computer to send as an email instead) through the clipboard? There are ways like sending myself emails, but they're not exactly great, on top of me finding absolutely no decent way of using email on my phone.
In an ideal world, on my phone, I would like to have a "right-click" (hold-the-tap) option, "Send to PC", and if Wi-Fi is enabled, I would just go to my PC, perhaps authorise the received clipboard (not sure that would be necessary or convenient), and then just Ctrl-V somewhere, and voilà, it pastes what came from my phone in my browser/Skype conversation/Word document/etc.
Also, I would very much like a similar option to go the other way. To send things typed from my computer to my Android device. In an ideal world, through a right-click option called "Send to Phone", or even a keyboard shortcut like ctrl-alt-shift-C. But this part, I'm not sure if it wouldn't belong on SuperUser more.
My PC uses Windows 8. My phone runs 2.3.6 Gingerbread.
My phone is a Samsung Galaxy Q (SGH-T589W).
For your information, this is almost the same phone as the Samsung Gravity Smart. Or literally the same phone. These dual names confuse me.
Samsung Kies does NOT work for me, so no use mentioning it (unless you can make it work unlike the Samsung support people I contacted, but this would belong in another question).