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You can send them to your e-mail address. Download them directly, I'm not so sure ... Years ago, I bought a cord for about $35.00 and software to go with it for about $45.00 to fit my LG 4300. I never moved one pic, one ring tone, one text, nothing from my LG to my computer and nothing from my computer to my LG. That is not to say you can't. For the cost of a text message, you can send it to your e-mail address (probably) and save a few bucks.
Others may come along here at this site and have other ideas that will work for you.
On every phone there are settings that can stop you sending texts. However all phones should still receive texts even if all the settings were changed. As the text message is directed to you mobile number you should still be receiving?
When you compose your text and select contact does the phone move them to the out/sent box?
Settings to check for sending are your 'message centre number' (your network provider can supply and they are normally different for pay monthly and pay & go) 'Message sent as' should be 'text' (not fax or email etc).
Text problems are common where people change or delete digits from the message centre number by mistake.
If you cannot receive texts i would recommend speaking to your provider for help as it may be your account details at their end? (beyond your control). Hope that helps?