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CyanogenMod settings merged
CyanogenMod settings merged into Android’s CM7 had its own settings menu, and it enabled the user to adjust some of the same categories listed in the original Android 2.3’s settings, but with more choices. For example, the sound quality and volume for alerts, notifications and rings can be adjusted in the original Android 2.3 menus, and in far greater detail in CM7’s. CM9 does away with CM7’s separate listing of settings -- the CyanogenMod developers merged most of their customization options into the main ICS code and UI to make things simpler and easier to access, and a lot less confusing.
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