Bugless Beast v0.5 or Ultimate Droid 8.0?

Discussion in 'Bugless' started by JDLUKE, Sep 22, 2010.

  1. JDLUKE

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    just asking your opinion. i love the music controls on the lock screen in UD and was wondering if i could get them on bugless.
     
  2. GirLuvsDroid

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    Everyone's Droid is different, but I found the lag, FCs and bitmap errors on my setup unbearable on UD8, while I'm experiencing no lag or FCs of any kind on BBv0.5.
     
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    ok, any word on the music controls on the lock screen in bb?
     
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    No, they are not available on BB.
     
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    You could always use Widget Locker.
     
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    BB isn't a full featured ROM IMO. It just works.

    UD has a bundle of features, but sacrifices performance due to these features.

    You can't really compare the two. If you want the additional features of UD, install UD. If you want a quick, clean, ROM, install BB.

    *Please note this is all based on my experience and personal opinion of the two ROMs. They are both great, but serve different purposes. :lol:
     
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    i am installing bugless beast right now, thanks for all of your opinions. stability>features IMO
     
  8. Mbk

    Mbk Android For Life
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    That was always my contention 'for' BuglessBeast.... that being said...I gotta say... UDv7.0 is "features up the axium 'plus' stabilty > stabilty"

    It'll be very interesting when Pete puts out his own Source Built ROM.... then we can really have a healthy debate...:)
     
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    i dropped ud8 just because of how stable and smooth bb5 is. but ill be glad to try ud9 when it comes out.
     
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    I'm failing to see the difference between bb.5 and a rooted stock rom they are both minimalistic and "just work".

    I left bb.4 once the leaked stock frg22d rom got released by p3droid. And have been on it since. Whats the difference?
     
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    have you run stock an seen how choppy it is? bb5 is sooo smooth. its like slip-n-sliding in butter. except it doesnt end up smelling bad or giving pimples... yeah lol.
     
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    10% battery intervals on this? y/n?