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Old February 29th, 2012, 06:04 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Speed and flexibility for the most part. Cyanogen has a wiki that goes into detail here:

What is CyanogenMod - CyanogenMod Wiki

with a full feature set here:

Features - CyanogenMod Wiki

Naturally this is an 'unofficial' cyanogen ROM so the feature set is probably incomplete, and some features you may never use.

If nothing else, I recommend rooting and romming your phone just to remove the software you don't use, speed up the device, and make it 'yours'.

The disadvantages can be a less stable phone and a now useless warranty, though I weigh the advantages pretty heavily in favor.
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