I use a Samsung Galaxy Ace. I live in China, so about 70% of my typing is in Chinese, for which I use the built-in Chinese typing system that comes on my phone. But about 30% of my typing is in English, for which I prefer to use Swype. To switch from Chinese mode to Swype is easy. One click of Select input method>Swype and I'm there. However, to switch back from Swype to Chinese mode is a real pain in the neck. Once in Swype, Chinese mode disappears from the input method list. It's as if Swype wants to have a monopoly on my typing methods and doesn't want to me use any other. This is entirely unfeasible living in China where I must use Chinese and Swype doesn't work for Chinese. The only way I've figured out to switch out of Swype involves several steps: Home screen>Settings>Applications>Manage Applications>Running> Swype> Force Stop 7 steps required to end stupid Swype! It's enough to make me not want to ever use Swype. Can anyone tell me an easier way to end Swype and switch back to the default Chinese input mode. Is there anyway to program my phone to follow these 7 steps with just a couple keystrokes instead? Like a shortcut?