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For your first problem, alot of times your cell phone carrier will offer 2mb downloads and that sort of thing. Alot of times there's to problems when it comes to this: 1. Your phone is only programmed to download a certain amount of data, at a certain rate. 2. When you are downloading data, no matter where it comes from, it can only download or send you the information as fast as bandwith can send it. No, as far as the memory stick, the microSD, if it's not being recognized, try a different memory stick. Ususally, it should see it and assign it's only letter in the my computer section on your computer.
Attach ur phone with ur system using USB cable.
Install drivers from cd which u get with ur phone.
After that u get a extra drive or drives in ur My Computer . Just drag and drop any MP3 file to that drive in the Audio folder. Its done.
Use usb cable which u get bundled with ur phone.
Attach ur phone to computer and set ur phone to file transfer mode.U get a extra drive in ur My Computer.
Open it and paste game file(JAR) into OTHER folder.
Remove USB connection and install it from File Managers OTHER folder.