I'm having the worst luck with my Motorola Droid, which doesn't really surprise me, because technology's always given me trouble. I just want to have the ability to download games on my Droid. Right now, I'm just aiming for some kind of Pokemon game. I don't care if I have to buy Gameboid later in order to save, I just want to know it works. So I look around for information, and I find out that the easiest way to download games is to plug your Droid into your computer and add them manually. I plug my Droid in, my laptop recognizes that I just plugged in hardware, and when I try to open it I get a Vista-worthy message that says "Please insert a disk into drive F:." I know I'm checking the right drive, seeing as it only appears when I plug my phone in, I've tried this on three different computers already, and my charger works, so I can't find out what the problem is. But wait, I read about taking the SD card out of the phone and inserting it into the computer, maybe that would work, right? I can't find any stinking SD card slots, meaning I can't take out or put in any SD cards. Well, I think, "Fine, then, I'll just download everything directly from my Droid." So I follow some instructions on downloading games directly to a Droid, get a few apps I need, look for a rom that actually works, (I can't download zip files since Crutch isn't available on the market anymore) and I finally download Pokemon Emerald. Awesome. Now, all I need left is a GBA BIOS file. I look around for a place to download it, and what a surprise, I can't find any places to download one that doesn't require me to connect the thing into a computer. So here I am now, looking for any possible way to get a GBA BIOS file. I can't call the Droid service number, because nobody will be in until Monday, and the instruction booklet is full of step-by-step instructions on how to call somebody or something. Unless another atrocious splurge of bad luck pops up out of nowhere (which wouldn't surprise me at this point), I only need one of the following problems solved in order to get Pokemon working on my Droid: 1: (preferable) I need a link to a GBA BIOS file I can directly download from my Droid without the use of Crutch. 2: I need to know where the SD card slot is. 3: I need to find a way to access my Droid from my computer. And in case anyone's wondering, I do own the cartridge version of Pokemon Emerald, so I'm not breaking any laws by downloading the rom or anything.