I have a Samsung Galaxy S II with Android 4.0.3.
It was working fine until today, for both voice calls and Internet use, as well as for Skype calls. (I had installed Skype for Android on it some time ago after buying the phone). But only used it for Skype calls once or twice.
Since it supports both regular voice calls and Skype calls, when I go to call log in the Phone app, and touch or swipe a contact name to call them, it earlier used to give the option of calling that person either via a normal phone call or via Skype.
Today, while trying to call a person, I think I was absent-minded and may have accidentally pressed some wrong option. As a result, from then on, when I try to call a person, from the call log list in the phone app, it does not show the normal call option and the Skype call option for me to choose from. Instead, it directly goes to Skype and tries to do a Skype voice call. So I am now unable to make regular voice calls with it.
I looked in the Skype app settings as well as in the Call menu under the main Settings app of the phone, but could not find any way to restore the earlier behavior, where it allows me to choose whether to make a normal phone call or a Skype call. I also looked at all other options in the main Settings app, at the top level, but could not see any other menu that seemed as though it may be relevant to fix this issue.
Any suggestions on how to solve this?