I use a portable laser barcode scanner w/ my S3. Some apps support SerialMagic and they work seemless with the scanner (a Scanfob 2002). For those apps that do not support SerialMagic, I need to set the default keyboard to SerialMagic Keys instead of the Samsung keyboard; this allows the scanner to scan right into any given text field. (I want to switch keyboards off & on because for general typing, I vastly prefer the Samsung keyboard to the SerialMagic keyboard.) On my last Android phone, the process was easy: I would press and hold in any text box and the menu to change keyboards would pop up. However on the S3, the only way I know to do this is to using the Settings -> Language and Input -> Default (keyboard) menu. So the quickest way I currently know is to press/hold the home key to get to the task list, then select press Settings (which takes me to the Language and Input screen), then press Default and select my choice of keyboards. Is there a faster way??? The above way is a bit of a pain. Note: Sometimes, in my pulldown info, I see a "set default keyboard" option come up in the Ongoing list. But I don't know what causes that; I'd love it to be there ALL the time or have something else that easy. Any insight would be appreciated! Thanks!