CyanogenMod is a popular custom ROM for Android devices. It has plenty of features and optimizations to make your device run fast. Also, it has some built-in apps with many more features and options. CyanogenMod may be considered as a better version of stock Android. Furthermore, it gives you more control over your device since it has more options to customize your device.
Developers have optimized the ROM for better performance and to run smooth. Once a new Android version is released developers update the ROM. CyanogenMod is the best custom ROM ever created for mobile devices. So if you ever thought to change the stock firmware, definitely you should give a shot to the latest build of CyanogenMod.
The CM apps are also slightly better than stock apps. The ROM itself doesn’t contain any bloatware that can make your device slower. The user interface is beautiful and very simple. The CyanogenMod team has excellent experts, thereby the support is great. Usually, when users report a new bug, the team work so hard and it just a few hours they will release a patch to fix it. This makes CyanogenMod not only the fastest ROM but also the safest.
CyanogenMod has also plenty of inbuilt apps. In stock software usually, you have to download various apps to control CPU performance, create new profiles, copy, modify system files and so on.
The most used app on a device is definitely the file manager. In the stock firmware, the file manager has only a few options while the CyanogenMod file manager, Halo CM comes with more features.
The best thing of all this is that you can download CyanogenMod file manager, Halo CM along with the Torch app and install them on any Android device. They are tested in stock ROMs and works fine. So go ahead and download from the link below:
- CyanogenMod file manager (Halo CM) & Torch app. Download here.
Download the files and install as normal apk. If you can’t install the files you may need to enable ‘Unknown Sources’. This option allows you to install apk files. If it’s not enabled you can’t install files from other sources only from Play Store.
To enable it, go to Settings > Security and check the box next to ‘Unknown Sources’. Now try to install the apk files again.