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@JinaneK was on the correct path suggesting to used Ctrl+Z. You will need to install a keyboard that has Ctrl key such as Hacker's Keyboard if your keyboard app does not have it. After you delete a text, open Hacker's Keyboard (if it was not already opened), press Ctrl (you will see an indication on the key that it is activated, on my phone, the indication ...


Usually, if the session is not closed just an undo or ctrl+z can do it.


The clipboard is a feature of the keyboard i.e. the Input Method in android terminology. Assuming you are using gboard which is google's keyboard; you should see the clipboard button towards the top right of the keyboard. Depending on your device, it might also be inside the 3-dot menu item that can be clicked on to expand the rest of the list. Clicking on ...

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