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I want to paste texts copied from host Windows PC to apps inside BlueStacks & vice versa. How to do this?

I am running BlueStacks beta-1...

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Today, I installed Clipper Plus in BlueStacks and I noticed that its already storing clips I copied in Windows. I have also tried to copy a text in BlueStacks and paste in Windows. It has confirmed that clipboard has already been shared between BlueStacks & Windows. Great...

Either this feature has been pushed recently or I didn't notice it without Clipper Plus. I tried to paste using Ctrl+V in BlueStacks which still doesn't work. Do paste with proper method: Long-click & choose Paste from menu.

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    Do paste with proper method: Long-click & choose Paste from menu That's all to it. Well I am shocked :D Thanks May 19, 2013 at 15:50
  • This option does not work for me on Windows 11 and BlueStack 5. When I copy text into the clipboard on Windows 11, long-click & paste does not insert anything on BlueStack.
    – fuggi
    Aug 14, 2023 at 17:17
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I don't know if this will work with BlueStacks specifically, but whenever I want to share a clipboard between my PC and Android device, I use AirDroid.

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  • Physically, I am on same device, so I'd like to do Ctrl+C & Ctrl+V..
    – iOS
    Oct 25, 2012 at 1:23
  • When it comes to AirDroid, how are you really going to connect these two devices?
    – iOS
    Oct 25, 2012 at 1:24
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Use something like Evernote to write and exchange stuff between any two devices, including PC and BlueStacks.

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