What the hell? Is this post sarcastic?
Android: Connect to the internet, sync your contacts with gmail, open gmail with your PC, select "contacts", download the contacts as a CSV file on your PC, edit it via openoffice.org, reupload the edited CSV file to gmail, sync your phone again, disconnect it from the internet.
Or just edit the contact directly on the phone, much like with any other phone. It will auto-sync back to gmail. I tend to edit my contacts on the gmail interface because I prefer having a full sized keyboard, but if I'm out, I've never had any problem with conctact maintenance directly on the phone. I don't know what you're talking about with CSVs and openoffice... I don't even have an office suite installed.
Open your desk's drawer, take out the usb cable, connect your phone to the PC, select "mass storage mode", turn to the PC, search the phone filesystem for the photos (they're intuitively located in a "100MEDIA" subfolder in a "DCIM" folder, and called "IMAG%04d.jpg" - you'll have to figure out what files contain the photos you need), copy them to the PC, safely remove the usb device from the PC, put the usb cable back in the drawer.
I've never had to plug my phone in for anything other than development or charging. Sending images over bluetooth works just fine, but I tend to upload them to picasa or email them straight from the phone, either via the wifi or 3G.
Open "music" by selecting it from the applications menu. A fancy but unuseful cover flow display appears. Press the "three horizontal lines" glyph. Another menu appears. Press the "person with a microphone" glyph. The menu changes. Find YourFavouriteArtist by scrolling the whole list or pressing the "search" button and then tapping "Y", and select him. Press the "musical note glyph", then select the first track.
I use spotify so I can't comment.