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Android text.ClipboardManager and content.ClipboardManager

So the text.ClipboardManager is deprecated and you should be using the content.ClipboardManager instead, BUT not so fast. If you are still supporting devices pre API level 11 which is 3.0 aka Honeycomb (note that 3.1 and 3.2 are API level 12 and API level 13 respectively) then you can't obviously use the content.ClipboardManager as it will fail on devices pre Honeycomb.

 

ClipBoardManager docs