i will try to help you the best I can, Even though I'm not familiar with Mac OSX as well as windows.
As far as I know, There isn't any drivers
I believe OSX 10.4 is nicknamed "tiger". That aside, the year is 2010, so I'm assuming you must be using an iBook, or an iMac with a ppc processor.
Since you are running with a ppc processor you will be unable to dual boot with a windows Operating system (Which you would need to mount your samsung solstice to your mac). But there might be a solution.
You can run a windows OS on your powerpc (ppc) mac with Virtiual world
A Virtual World http://askbobrankin.com/run_windows_on_mac.html
Windows XP running on Mac OS X desktop One way to get Windows running on a Mac desktop is to install an emulator or virtualizer program. A virtualizer creates a virtual PC in your computer's memory, then boots up a different operating system on the virtual hardware. Parallels Desktop is a program that will do this. The caveats are: it will only run on Apple's newer Intel-based line of computers and only on Mac OS X 10.4.6 or higher. Also, you do need a full version of the Windows system you want to install as the secondary OS -- upgrade versions will not work.
With Parallels Desktop for Mac, you can run any version of Windows, from Windows 3.1 to Windows Vista, on your Mac OS desktop, right alongside your Mac apps. You can even copy and paste items between your Mac desktop and your Windows desktop. The new Coherence mode makes your Windows desktop disappear so that Windows apps look like any other Mac application. Their icons even show up in the Dock and the Option-Tab application switcher. And by the way, you can also run Linux, OS/2, Solaris or FreeBSD with Parallels.
Installation is easy -- download the free trial version, doubleclick the install file and follow the prompts. After install, you can start the Parallels Desktop by double-clicking the orange Parallels icon in Finder->Applications. After activation, you can setup the "Guest OS" that you want to run on your Mac, by clicking on the "Install OS" button in the Parallels Desktop window. There is a recommended easy-to-follow express install to setup Windows XP or Windows Vista. Insert the Windows XP or Vista installation disc when prompted, and voila! You are now installing Windows onto your Mac.
Parallels fools the guest OS into thinking that it's running on real a real computer, but as I mentioned before, it's actually a virtual PC created in your Mac's memory. Most people find the performance of Windows running under Parallels quite good, but there are a few limitations. Games that require DirectX will not run, for example.
Other emulator programs similar to Parallels include VMware Fusion and iEmulator. Microsoft also has an emulator called Virtual PC for Mac. This program currently does not run on Macs with Intel processors, but is a good option for those with older PowerPC Macs.
Once windows is installed, you can easily download the windows drivers onto the virtual machine, install them, then you can hook up your phone to Tkfile explorer, or PC studios. That simple.
But you will need an actual windows xp cd.
Also if you need any help setting up your virtual machine, you are more than welcome to post a question of the baard and I will be sure to answer it as quickly as possible.