Turn Off Or Disable Clipboard Toast Notification | Android 12

Google has prioritized a lot on the security of Android smartphones with the latest iteration of Android. This is evident even with the latest Android 12-second beta version launched a few days ago. Now, whenever an application accesses the clipboard, the smartphone shows a small toast notification pop up.

If you care a lot about this, you would like to have this feature enabled at all times. But it does get in the way of the user from time to time. So, if you want to get rid of this new warning popup showing up repeatedly on your screen, you can do it from the phone’s Settings menu. Let’s see how one can do it in this article. We have included step by step guide on the entire process. So without any further ado, let’s get into it.

How To Turn Off Clipboard Access Warning in Android 12?

The warning pop-up is quite minimal, but it shows up every time you paste something. It shows the name of the application that just accessed your clipboard.

It fades in, lingers for a few seconds on the screen, and then fades away. It does block the screen behind it, making it annoying for the user.

You can turn this off easily from the Settings menu.

  • Open the Settings app on your phone.
  • Tap on “Privacy.”
  • Then tap on “Advanced.”
  • Now, scroll down until you find the option “Show clipboard access.” There will be a toggle next to it. Disable that toggle, and that will be enough to get rid of the clipboard access warning pop-up.

Having this feature turned on does have its merits as it gives the user exact information about which app is using the clipboard information. Also, if you copy and paste anything from within an app, that won’t show up the warning message at all.

So, this is how one can turn off Clipboard Access Warning in Android 12. If you have any questions or queries about this article, then comment below, and we will get back to you. Also, be sure to check out our other articles on iPhone tips and tricks, Android tips and tricks, PC tips and tricks, and much more for more helpful information.


  1. When I open settings I cannot find privacy. I don’t know what it’s talking about in the article where it tells you to hit on privacy. I’m on an Android and I don’t know much about computers so I don’t know what year it is

  2. I’m on Android 12. went to Settings, Privacy and looked for Advanced. There is no “Advanced” on my Pixel 6, I don’t know why GetDroidTips sees it but I don’t.
    Very discouraging, I’ve always been a Android user but they seem to add so much function that it is next to impossible to figure out how to make it all work to your own liking.

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