In early May, Microsoft has officially announced the availability of a new software update for devices running under its Windows Phone platform, to enhance the security of the handsets. According to a leaked memo, last week, we’ve reported that Sprint branded HTC Arrive handset might be upgraded with a software 7392 update on May 24th. The update is referred to as 1.29.651.02 security update and it is now available for download.
QWERTY-slider HTC Arrive is the rebranded version of HTC 7 Pro for Sprint network, and it is the first Windows Phone 7 with CDMA radio inside it, and shipped with the 7389 NoDo ROM.
Users should be connecting their HTC Arrive their handset to PCs via the USB cable, and the PC should be installed with Microsoft’s Zune software. Now head over to Settings tab –> Phone –> tap Update button. It’s a fairly minor update, and primarily addressing some fraudulent SSL certificates, that were affecting the smartphone iteration of Internet Explorer and includes a critical fix to an industry-wide issue with nine untrusted digital certificates that were issued by one root certificate authority.