Discovering the functions of CyanogenMod: Customization options

And we have reached the last "episode" (let's call it that) of "Discovering the functions of CyanogenMod", today we will see how to best customize our CM.


Going into settings under the networks we find the "Customization" category, as we will see the options are vast:


We see that in the Home Page section is the classic Android KitKat default that allows you to select your favorite launcher


In "Unlock screen" there are various options; like the configuration of unlocking shortcuts to access a program directly from the lockscreen, the security of the lockscreen, the widgets.

Then we find the Themes, a very interesting feature, we can customize them as we like, and they can also be downloaded from the Play Store, which can be set from the Themes menu.


The "Interface" section allows us to customize the statusbar, the notifications panel and the quick settings panelinterface1rapidsetting

(quick tile settings)


(quick tiles)


The CyanogenMod has by default the "Developer Options" and "Performance" disabled: we activate them by going into settings, then in Info on the Device, and pressing repeatedly on Build Version or CyanogenMod Version, in this way, in the Performances, we could set the governor of CPU, make Underclock, and Overclock (if the kernel allows it), in the developer options an interesting setting I would say is to be able to set advanced reboot: in the reboot menu we could select whether to reboot the phone in 3 different ways:

  • Normal restart
  • Recovery
  • Download Mode / Fastboot

Well, what about a great ROM, but the customization settings are scarce:

If you love customizing your ROM, look here!

Since tomorrow is 1 May ... Greetings to all workers 😀

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