Do you happen to own a Verizon Wireless Motorola Droid 3? Yes, this is not exactly the newest smartphone on the block, although it does come with a handy slide-out QWERTY keyboard just in case you have yet to get used to the standard touchscreen display that many have all come to know nad love. Verizon has already updated their support page for the Motorola Droid 3, including a changelog for the new release which you might want to go through. Some of the bugs that will be fixed include problems such as the unexpected power cycling, a crash that occurs whenever Bluetooth or HDMI accessories are used, as well as audio distortion when wired headsets are in action. Additional fixes include those made to the VZ Navigator 3D City, the ability to transfer apps from the smartphone’s internal memory to the SD memory card without crashing, as well as the ability to interact with videos on Facebook. Also do expect to experience better image quality and decreased shutter lag with the new update.