Originally Posted by ankurbata
I Request All Of BB Users... Please Forget V2.0 Its A Complete Flop... And Has Lot Of Bugs I Know As I My Self Am Facing Hell Lot Of Problems... Thats Why I Withdrew V2.0 From Thread... I Am Sorry For A Bad Version Released Under Pressure...
Not Only That Due To Few Unmannerly People Who Using Abusive Languages The Impression Of BumbleBee ROM Got Totally Punctured! And Now To Get The Popularity Back As It Was For V1.0 I Need To Produce Something Special & Addictive! Even I May Be Needing Support From Users To Get Back The Craziness!
Please Wait 1 Or 2 More Days For GRAND BUGLESS V3.0... And Trust Me I Can Promise You There Will Be No Bugs (Not Even A Single One)... Till Then Please Be On Other ROMs Or If You Like BumbleBee Please Be On Version 1.1 To 1.3...
Once Again I Can Assure You All That V3.0 Will Be Far Better Than V1.0... In Respect Of Games, Multi-Tasking & By Looks...
As Many Times I Am Testing V3.0 The Scores I Am Getting Are Given In The Attachments...
As a Senior Dev of ROMs based on JB 4.3 and >, let me tell you what went wrong with your ROM.
It gives only less than 1 GB free RAM,
It was not based on Android 5
It does not support Mental Dialing
It does not support triple SIMs
The transparency should allow to see through the phone and read the holding palm
The display does not turn into SuperAMOLED/full HD
No dedicated Camera Button
Last but not least, A Rajnikant Mode that allows users to have all the above
Many and many more...
Now, seriously Ankur,
Let me tell you one thing. I can never accept BumbleBee as a flop. It is only that the V1/V1.1 was too awesome - in fact The Most Awesome
ROM for Canvas 2. It lacked a feature though. That is, yearning users for bug fixes, over and over patches for WiFi, GPS etc.
Your glory will remain forever even if you do not release its sequel ROMs. For me, only a ROM based on JB 4.2 > would tempt me to switch from BB.
Trevor Senior to Sherlock Holmes:
"It seems to me that all the detectives of fact and fancy would be children in your hands. That’s your line of life, sir, and you may take the word of a man who has seen something of the world."