Hi, I thought I'd point out another alternative...The LG420G supports Bluetooth, yes? You could do what I did with my LG600G and buy a Bluetooth adapter for your PC. They're fairly inexpensive (as little as $10 if you shop online), plug into a USB port, and generally come with software that allows wireless file transfers from a Bluetooth-enabled phone.This is more convenient than a wired USB transfer, in some ways. No cord to connect or lose... the Bluetooth adapter can stay plugged into your PC's USB port permanently, assuming you have enough ports, as modern PCs do. (I would get one of the "mini" or "micro" Bluetooth adapters, some are barely any bigger than a USB plug... you can plug it into one of the rear USB ports on the PC, so it doesn't tie up a front port.) File transfers are fairly quick. And I dunno about you, but I don't know where you'd even get a LG phone-to-USB cable anyway (my LG certainly didn't come with one, and I can't find one even at LG's own website).The only other option is to send pictures to your email address as MMS messages, but this is slow as molasses in January, uses airtime minutes, and you can only send a handful of photos in a single MMS message... trust me, it gets really tedious (which is why I went the Bluetooth route.)Hope this helps.