I have what I'm pretty sure is this phone, the Verizon LG Exalt [photo linked here.] http/funkyimg.com/i/2MrMS.png What happened pretty much was that I ended up downloading a photo I suppose was too large for my phone to support. It had said the download failed, but I see it's in My Pictures. But, as I open up 'My Pictures', before anything can even load, the phone crashes and auto-restarts. I now am unable to access any of my photos. I even tried downloading a different photo for the phone to start up on loading and see if I could scroll and maneuver past the picture, but I cannot. I tried plugging my phone into the computer with the USB Charger port, but I couldn't figure anything out.
Connect it back to the PC and when it's recognised as a drive, look form a folder named DCIM where your photos are stored. Pull the big one out and things should be back to normal.
Maybe your settings weren't set to allow a connection through teh USB lead so carry out the following.
If USB debugging isn't allowed in Settings>About Device then tap on Build Number seven times. That's to be sure you don't do it accidentally. You will then see a message saying you're now a Developer and another menu appears, named Developer Options.
In there, tick the USB Debugging box and restart the device and it will connect to the PC.