OK, I got the phone to take a still picture. It's grainier and more pixelated than what my Canon point-n-shoot can do, but fair. The test photo is still in the phone. I tried plugging the USB cable into my computers, one an antique running XP, the other an up to date laptop running Win 8. The computers noticed the USB plug in of the phone. Neither of them had a device driver to talk to the LG phone. Google did not turn up any LG device drivers on the net. Best I found was a site that promised to download a driver checker, inspect ALL my drivers and replace any that it pleased. That was too scary for me. The drivers presently on the machines work, new drivers sometime don't work.
So then I thought I would introduce cell phone to my wifi router. That did not go well. The phone asked for the router's password but would not show the alpha key board to allow me to type in "Ridgecut". All the other magic numbers from the router, which I had faithfully logged, were mixed alpha-numeric, which I could not type in from the telephone style keypad offered.
So, the photo is still in the cell.