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I have a Samsung Galaxy S from Sprint that has Swype pre installed. The latest OS update included some changes to Swype that are making me completely insane. The biggest issue is that it auto-corrects words when I'm finger tapping accurately. So a message to my sister that meant to say "Pfft. Just come." got auto corrected to "Orgy. Just come." I'm totally exasperated!

I can't find Swype settings on my phone. I looked at but the only thing I get when I longpress the Swype key is the option to toggle between input methods. I can't access any further settings.

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Seems "language and keyboard" is "locale and text" – Amanda Nov 20 '11 at 20:13
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Settings > Language and keyboard > Swype on a Galaxy S2

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They're under Settings > Locale and Text > Swype for me. – Amanda Nov 21 '11 at 1:41

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