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Hagen “Doc” Miller
Works at Village Bindery
Lives in Huntington Station, NY
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I've been using Plex for Android with my Chromecast for six months. Up until about four days ago, I had persistent media controls in my notification drawer, and they remained even while multitasking for long periods of time. I recently updated the app (four days ago), and the controls are just gone when I cast media. Nothing in my drawer at all. I've tried deleting app data, uninstalling/reinstalling, rolling back two previous versions of the app -- no effect. I'm on Lollipop 5.0.2 and my phone hasn't undergone any changes, other than updating the Plex for Android app. Without these controls, in order to just pause media playing, I have to re-connect to Chromecast via the app, play the media again (and resume from last known point), then pause. Any ideas on how to get the controls back?
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You guys want to hear about problems? Don't install the plex app on a QNAP NAS. It's buggier than a roach motel.
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+William Papa​ One down.
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Because I'm on AT&T and therefore unrooted, I was missing my old (rooted) phone with Tasker and Secure Settings to keep my phone unlocked while connected to trusted wifi. I use trusted places, but I don't like to leave location services on, even in battery saving mode, for fairly obvious reasons. 

I've been using Delayed Lock (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.j4velin.delayedlock2.trial&hl=en), and can confirm that it's working on 5.0.2 while connected to my work and home wifi. So far running smoothly and keeping my phone unlocked without the added drain of location services.
This is a 7 days trial version! License can be bought through an in-app pur...
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Doesn't work if the device is encrypted. Bummer.
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Doing some work on a 1700s folio book in the shop today. Taken on my X2.
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Out and about!
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Yes indeed, Rob!
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Out for a walk with my daughter
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Love NC. I need to visit.
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Rocking BB-8 today
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+Shon Gambrel​ Gotcha, thanks. I managed to track down the original on Twitter.
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Hecksher Park, Huntington NY (Moto X2)
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Is anyone else having a problem getting on-body detection to work on the X2? I've enabled it with no other smart lock features active, rebooted, and it just doesn't activate. My lock engages on its own after 10 minutes as I've set it in settings. Any ideas on how to kick the feature into gear?
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Lock only engages after screen time out. Set your screen to sleep at a lower interval. I use two minutes for screen and thirty seconds for lock. Works perfectly.
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Very happy with Difft icons and the color combination with this wallpaper.

(Wallpaper link: http://www.freewallsource.com/gorgeous-mountain-lake-wallpaper-18621.html)
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Hello NYC. (X2)
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Work
Occupation
Bookbinder
Employment
  • Village Bindery
    Head Bookbinder, 2012 - present
  • Bookbinder TV
    Director of Production, 2013 - 2014
  • Allen Press
    Assistant & Consultant, Content Management Services, 2011 - 2012
  • Allen Press
    Supervisor, File Preparation & Distribution, 2007 - 2011
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Male
Other names
Doc, Bridge McLargehuge, My real name, of course: Hagen
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I can leap tall housecats in a single bound.
Introduction
Kellog's Mediocre Flakes.  They'rrrrrrrrrrrrrre... alright, I guess.

In all seriousness:

I was born and raised in Lawrence, KS -- a place where you'll find many eccentric and talented artists, groupies, terrible roads, lots of bars, emo/scene kids, and some very good-natured and wonderful people.

From the age of three I practiced Tae Kwon Do and later Hapkido under a traditionalist Grand Master and over the course of 15 years earned my 2nd Dan black belt. (I'm out of practice now but can still leap tall housecats in a single bound.) My parents, Paul and Jennifer, encouraged my creativity by investing in a hell of a lot of Lego and Erector sets, and buying me models -- planes, ships, and probably every Star Trek starship ever conceived. I also had a knack for taking things apart just to see how they worked on the inside.

I was lucky to be born into a family already full of artistic talent. My mother comes from a long line of artists and craftsmen, and is herself a master weaver, as well as a painter, batik artist, line artist... the list goes on.

In my teenage years I developed a fascination with "old books," the kind that appeared as if they had fallen out of the sky in their current form -- perfect, beautiful and sturdy. When I discovered that such books were made by skilled craftspeople... disbelief. No way. How could someone do all that with their hands? I then began to study their history and construction, though did not attempt to bind a book until years later.

Now, binding almost full time, I've spent two years attempting to re-create the process of coloring books by hand using natural extracts in the same manner famous Master bookbinders had done in the past.  So far I've experienced great success, but I've only scratched the surface of traditional bookbinding, and have a long way yet to go.
Bragging rights
Ex-8404 Navy Corpsman, pretty good bookbinder, 2nd Dan Take Kwon Do & Hapkido Black Belt (practiced for 15 years)
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Huntington Station, NY
Previously
Floral Park, NY - Lawrence, KS
Great food and atmosphere. I felt right at home. Service can be slow at times because staff tends to be distracted by patrons asking for things randomly. Overall, great. The Shepherd's pie is killer.
Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Very Good
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