Also, you will be able to kill all apps and see how much RAM your phone is using in your Recents by enabling “Enable kill-all-button” and “Recent RAM Bar”.
If you are using an Android smartphone or tablet that has a large screen, you can enable dual panel option that will allow you to see your Settings menus with dual panels.
Do you like CRT screen animations? You can enable that using the “CRT Screen off” option.
And also even set it to vertical CRT animation if you want to make it dependent on the orientation of your screen.
Android OS by default does not allow upside-down rotation nor 270-degree rotation to the right but you can enable those with ROM Control Settings.
With lockscreen settings, you will be able to activate various features to make your life comfortable such as skip songs without unlocking your phone using “Vome music controls” or even add your favorite widget apps to the lockscreen using “Allow all widgets” option (which Android OS normally doesn’t allow for all widget apps).
Also you can set up to 6 different shortcuts with ability to set custom icons (you can crop your own images). Enable “Longpress status” and you can get additional 6 shortcuts for total of 12 shortcuts from the lockscreen. This is a great way to save time when you use your phone.
For Power Menu, you can enable stuff like “Show Screenshot” and “Show Torch” to easily take screenshots or use your LED flashlight.
If you have a phone like Galaxy S2 I am using here with hardware buttons, you can enable the navigation bar in ROM Control Settings and set up to 7 different shortcuts to your favorite apps and 7 additional longpress shortcuts for total of 14 different shortcuts. And of course, you can also do it for phones like Nexus 4 without the hardware buttons.
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