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Andrew “Arthur” Summers
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I've about had it with CyanogenMod. Ever since rooting my OPO, MMS (picture and group messaging) fails to work. The only thing that works is going in to reset APNs and restarting after EVERY. MESSAGE. I'm on AT&T, but I remember this being an issue back when I was on Sprint (though I never tried the APN trick back then - I just lived with it). If you can't even get simple MMS to work while you're busy cramming Cortana into your ROM, I'm not too impressed.
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If you're having so much trouble with CyanogenOS why are you still bothering with it? Several solid ROMs available to you. If you continue to use what causes you issues you're in need of the kind of help you can't get here. /rant
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Has anyone managed to get in contact with the developer? I've tried to email him several times to ask about the source code, but I've not had any success. I would love to experiment with this project.
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  • University of Arkansas
    Management Information Systems, 7 - 2011
  • John Brown University
    Computer Science, 7 - 4
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  • Wal-Mart
    Security Engineer, 5 - present
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
FRESH. VERY fresh! I asked the waitress where they get their vegetables, and she said that they try to get local ingredients when they can, but at the very least, they get next-day from their supplier. The green beans, onions, and bell pepper in my dish were crisp and delicious. My mother's plate had plenty of clearly-fresh ginger shaved into it. When leaving, my father noticed a small herb garden with Thai basil growing in it. This was a great find! Portions were /just right/. I was comfortably full - not stuffed - and satisfied.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
You sit down. They give you two free pieces of sushi on the house. While you order, miso soup on the house. You may even get edamame on the house. When you order, you'll have your sushi in 3 minutes, 5 if they're slow. It's super quality, too. If you need a quick lunch with a colleague so you can get back to the office on time, this is a win. The ONLY downside is a lack of parking, so you might carpool. Other than that, don't forget to swing by Kennedy Coffee next door for an after-dinner cuppa!
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
This is proof that mid-America is NOT "flyover zone." There is so much here that it's almost surprising. I had to keep reminding myself that the paintings were the real things and not replications. They have Rosie the Riveter by Norman Rockwell, for crying out loud! The scenery is beautiful, the location is close enough to the Bentonville square that you could certainly walk over for a bite, and did I mention that the museum is free?
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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It is SO HARD to find a place with a good craft beer selection in Oklahoma because of all the bogus laws. I just found this place tonight after living in Catoosa for almost a year, and I definitely plan on coming back! On one side of the freeway, you have Lowe's, Home Depot, and Northern Tool, so if you're needing to make a man run, swing on over to pick up something to enjoy for after you finish your project!
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Really unique sandwiches, and their hot dogs deserve a shout-out, too (it's not what their known for and are frequently overlooked, but they're just as good as everything else). There's occasionally a wait during peak service, but grab a beer at Brick Street and come back - you won't be sorry that you did!
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
This place has a slight identity crisis which isn't a bad thing except that it makes the experience a tad confusing. It is part gas station, part coffee shop, part organic/vegan/hippie food store, and part street taco restaurant. It was initially unclear where to order and pay if you want food. You place your order directly with the cook at the window, take your ticket to the cashier at the coffee bar on the other side of the building to pay, and then keep the ticket to pick up your food. I was a little lost, and I actually thought that the coffee and food were separate businesses under the same roof. The food was good, though. Note that you order the tacos, you order one at a time á la carte style - this was also unclear, and I thought I would get a few tacos with my order, not just one. I'm not upset about that because it's a great way to sample the menu, but I just didn't know until I got my food. The coffee was good, too, but I'm a fan of simple things like traditional cappuccinos and espresso. If you are expecting a big menu with lot of options and flavors like Starbucks, you may be disappointed. I was happy, though.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago