Former Writer · Dec 28, 2011 at 10:30 am

Special Music Edition CM7 for the Samsung Galaxy Fit GT5670

CyanogenMod is a really great ROM. It’s AOSP, it’s on a boatload of devices and people just seem to generally enjoy it. There aren’t many developers out there who try to make it better outside of a few new tweaks and some custom themes.

Until now.

XDA Member Freedomalfa has ported a very special Music Edition version of CM7 to the Samsung Galaxy Fit GT5670 .

The functionality is very similar to the usual version of CM7, so users don’t have to re-learn how the ROM works per say, but the additions are really where it’s at. On top of the CM7 we all know and love, Freedomalfa has also included the following:

Lots of hard work.
Lots of tweaks
Many music enhancements
Many custom apps
Looks somewhat like a mix of ICS nd Sony Ericsson
Includes widgets from ICS and Sony Ericsson
Includes some performance tweaks
Includes some battery saving tweaks
New ringtones,notification sounds,ui sounds
Bravia engine enhancement(Stripped from a sony ericsson rom)
Bass enhancement
Improved Graphics
App to sd pre-enabled (Thanx to parasmi for his great tutorial)
3d sound enhancement( U can feel it if u hear through earphones)
A new customized lock screen that looks like the ICS one.
ICS transition animations (Thanks to yagya )
Included GAPPS.
Included swype.

That’s quite a bit of extra stuff and some of it looks downright juicy. So if you’re a audiophile (read: music nut) and want to check out this highly customized ROM, you can check out further details, installation instructions and additional mods at the original thread found right here . But let’s face it, when going CyanogenMod, can you really go wrong?


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