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Is there an easy way to get parts of Cyanogen Mod, for example the sound files? I'm sure that I can probably pull the source and download individual elements (pictures, sound files, etc) but this seems time consuming and potentially difficult.

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Yes, there is a way to do it, use CyanogenMod's github - for reference - this applies across the board whether with AOSP, CAF, CM, AOKP, its found in frameworks/base/data.

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You have to go to "downloads" and then download the whole thing, then you can cherry pick what you want from the archive. – javamonkey79 Aug 9 '12 at 0:42
not necessarily, the OP can clone just the android_frameworks_base to their PC and can get at the data directory. There is no other way of doing it :) – t0mm13b Aug 9 '12 at 0:45

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