HTC Rhyme Gets A Software Update Filled With Security Patches
By on November 25th, 2011

HTC and Verizon have started rolling out a new software update for the Rhyme. For the unknown, the Rhyme is being marketed as an Android phone for female Droid lovers. The Rhyme is a mid-range Android phone, and is powered by a 1Ghz single-core Snapdragon processor, and packs in 768MB of RAM.

The new software update for the Rhyme carries the build number 1.26.605.11, and does not bring any major changes enhancements or changes. The update mainly includes security patches, to fix some of the loopholes found in HTC’s Android phones a couple of weeks ago. The update is around 9MB in size, and will also update the inbuilt Twitter app to support its new API.

The software update is already being rolled out to existing Rhyme owners, and they should be automatically notified when the update hits their phone.

Other HTC handset owners like the EVO 3D, Amaze 4G, EVO 4G, and various Sensation variants should also expect to get a software update for their phone soon. Like the software update for the Rhyme, the update for these phones will also not include any changes or enhancements, but will fix a couple of major security flaw found in HTC’s Android phone recently.

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