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Clipshare v2.8.0/v2.10.1

Free program to share your Clipboard between your Android device and Windows, Linux or macOS.
Totally portable. Totally on demand.

ClipShare is a lightweight, cross-platform app for sharing copied text, files, and screenshots between an Android mobile and a desktop.





How to use Android client





• Get text: To get copied text from the server (ex: laptop) to the phone.
Steps:
Copy any text on the laptop.
Press the green colored GET button.
Now, the copied text is received and copied to the phone. Paste it anywhere on the phone (possibly in a different app).

• Send text: To send copied text from the phone to the server (ex: laptop).
Steps:
Copy any text on the phone (possibly in a different app).
Press the red colored SEND button.
Now, the copied text is sent and copied to the laptop. Paste it anywhere on the laptop.

• Get files: To get copied files from the server (ex: laptop) to the phone.
Steps:
Copy any file(s) and/or folder(s) on the laptop.
Press the green colored FILE button.
The copied files and folders are now received and saved on the phone.

• Send files: To send files from the phone to the server (ex: laptop).
Method 1 Steps:
Press the red colored FILE button.
Select the file(s) to send
The files are now sent to the laptop.

Method 2 Steps:
Share any file(s) with ClipShare from any other app.
Press the red colored FILE button.
The files are now sent to the laptop.

• Get image/screenshot: To get a copied image or screenshot from the server (ex: laptop) to the phone.
Steps:
Optional: Copy an image (not an image file) to the clipboard on the laptop.
Press the green colored IMAGE button.
If there is an image copied on the laptop, it will be received and saved on the phone. Otherwise, a screenshot of the laptop will be received and saved on the phone.

• Scan: To scan the network to find available servers in the network.
If there is any server in the network, scanning will find that. If the scan finds only one server, its address will be placed in the Server address input area. If the scan finds many servers, a popup will appear to select any server out of them, and the selected address will be placed in the Server address input area.


How to use server





• Install dependencies

Note: This section is required only on macOS.

ClipShare needs the following libraries to run,
libunistring
libssl
libpng

These libraries can be installed using Homebrew with the following command:
brew install libunistring openssl@3 libpng

Run the server
• You can run the server from a terminal or the GUI (if the file manager supports executing programs by double-clicking on it)
• On macOS, if you run the server from the GUI (by double-clicking it on Finder), it may open a terminal window. But you can close this window. The server will continue running in the background.
• When the server starts, it will not display any visible window. Instead, it will run in the background.
• On Linux or macOS, if you start the program from the terminal, it should return immediately (the server will continue to run in the background).
• On Windows, it will show a tray icon unless disabled from the configuration file. You can click on it to stop the server.
• If something goes wrong, it will create a server_err.log file. That file will contain what went wrong.


Allow through firewall





This server listens on the following ports (unless different ports are assigned from the configuration),

• 4337 / TCP - For application traffic (not encrypted)
• 4337 / UDP - For network scanning. This is for UDP broadcasts
• 4338 / TCP - For application traffic over TLS (encrypted)
• 4339 / TCP - For the web server (if the web server is available)

You may need to allow incoming connections to the above ports for the client to connect to the server.

Note that all TCP ports are for unicast, while 4337/udp is used to receive broadcast. Therefore, the firewall rule that allows 4337/udp should have the broadcast address of the interface as the destination address.


Connect the client application
• The client and the server devices should be on the same network. You can do that by connecting both devices to the same Wi-Fi network. It is also possible to use one of the devices as a Wi-Fi hotspot and connect the other device to that hotspot.
• If the client supports network scanning, it can easily find the server in the network. Otherwise, enter the server's IPv4 address to the client.
• Now the client can share clipboard data and files and get images from the server.
• Note that the server should allow the client through the firewall, as mentioned in the above section.


Create SSL/TLS certificate and key files
Note: This section is optional if you do not need the TLS encrypted mode and the web mode.

The following files should be created, and their paths should be specified in the configuration file clipshare.conf. You may use different file names and paths to store the keys and certificates.
• server.key   - SSL/TLS key file for the server
• server.crt   - SSL/TLS certificate file of the server
• ca.crt     - SSL/TLS certificate of the CA, which signed both the server.crt and the client's SSL/TLS certificate

You may use the helper script keygen.sh in the helper_tools/ directory to generate TLS keys and certificates for both the server and the client. Keep the clipshare.ext file in the same directory as the keygen.sh script when running the script.

# If you download/clone the repository and run the script from the repository root,
chmod +x helper_tools/keygen.sh
helper_tools/keygen.sh

# If you download the script separately and run the script from within the same directory,
chmod +x keygen.sh
./keygen.sh


If you use this script, the server's common name will be clipshare_server, and the client's common name will be clipshare_client. You may change those names in the keygen.sh script.

Refer to the OpenSSL manual for more information on generating keys.


Command line options
./clip_share [-h] [-s] [-r] [-R]

-h Help - Display usage and exit.
This takes priority over all other options.

-s Stop - Stop all instances of the server if any.
This takes priority over -r and -R.

-r Restart - Stop other instances of the server if any,
and restart the server. This option takes
precedence over the restart value in the
configuration file.

-R No-Restart - Start the server without restarting. This
option takes precedence over the restart
value in the configuration file.


Configuration
Create a file named clipshare.conf and add the following lines into that configuration file.

app_port=4337
app_port_secure=4338
udp_port=4337
web_port=4339
insecure_mode_enabled=true
secure_mode_enabled=true
web_mode_enabled=false
server_key=cert_keys/server.key
server_cert=cert_keys/server.crt
ca_cert=cert_keys/ca.crt
allowed_clients=allowed_clients.txt
working_dir=./path/to/work_dir
bind_address=0.0.0.0
restart=true
max_text_length=4194304
max_file_size=68719476736

# Windows and macOS only
display=1

# Windows only
tray_icon=true

• Note that all the lines in the configuration file are optional. You may omit some lines if they need to get their default values.





This download is for the Windows Server version. All other download assets are below:


macOS Server:
clip_share_server-2.8.0-macos.zip

Linux Server:
clip_share_server-2.8.0-linux_x86_64.tar.gz

Android Client:
clip_share_client.apk
See: How to install third-party apps without the Google Play Store





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