I have a Samsung Galaxy S III (Verizon) SCH-I535. I rooted it, unlocked the bootloader and enjoyed a freshly installed version of CyanogenMod. After a few weeks there came out a new version of it, and after installing it, a variety of disappointing changes were made to my phone. The search bar on the home screen was changed from Google Now to something else which I don’t recognize (or like, for that matter), Google Play was completely firewalled and stopped from being able to access the Internet, ROM Manager was deleted from my phone, the reinstalled version of ROM Manager using an APK file I downloaded off the Internet crashes every time I try to run it, and my data connectivity has been changed from 3G/4G to LTE. I’m trying to find out how to revert these changes, without damaging my phone. This is very frustrating for me, and I have no idea what to do, since my phone now can’t do certain things that it could once do. Thank you very much for your time and help.