Hey , I was just wondering if you found a solution to your Missil MP4, I bought mine from xscargo too , except my model is different, and it also won't work with my computer. Everytime I plug it in, it might start charging, but it doesn't show up anywhere. And could you give yours back ? Cause xscargo doesnt always have refunds.Thats the problem. )=
On the desktop of start menu their should be something called COMPUTER. if you click on that, it shows everything connected to the computer, you should see your missil MP4 connected their. Hope it works!
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Missil multimedia prpducts tend to have problems with the headphone jacks, I've had numerous MP3/MP4 players made by them, including the non-touch screen version of the one you're considering buying, and of all the ones I've had (probably around 15 different items from Missil), about 1 in 3 had issues with the headphone jack disconnecting from the circuit board inside.
That being said, a friend of mine has the touch screen one, and granted you have decent headphones, it has amazing sound quality for the price and all around is on par with anything of the iPod series, other than in reliability. Just make sure you get the longest warranty you can afford with it, just in case. When buying cheap electronics, the product itself will usually defect before it breaks from the users flaws.
Make sure you fully charge the device for 4 hours. On the setting on your device you should have a screen saver to shut off the screen display in a few second. Set this to saver battery time and set the auto off function if not in use for a long while to save more battery time. If your display screen stays on all the time that is the reason your battery dies so fast. Also playing your music loud for long period of time can drain the battery fast too.
No not yet.The device look like they can have more games on it but the company has not look into allowing more games or new one on there. Only I have seen is new games are on there on new products and next year products. I don't know how to contact them to make a website that we can download game from for these devices.I like summit improvement on these products because I love mine it work good for the price I got mine for.I got the Touch Screen pmp 8308 Missil Mp4 player that looks like an i nano pod for only $80 canadian dollar. It has similar feature but not quite the same But for the price you can't beat what come with it.
I used real player to get songs on my missil sd-2415 MP4 player. You need to use the driver disk it came with to get it to work. Once you've used the driver you should be able to just plug your player into the computer via the USB cord, open real player Version 11, compatible with Windows XP, although the driver says win 98, it worked fine with my Windows Xp. Nothing really comes up once thr driver has been downloaded, so don't get confused, just follow the driver install wizard and it should be fine. Then on Real player just click on removable disk or player not sure of the exact wording but it's removable somthing the just drag and drop or click to move music from your playlist onto the player. I had to fiddle around with this player a bit because the instructions are VERY LIMITED! that's putting it mildy but hey it is what it is. This little player is quite neat once you figure out it's little quirks! Good luck!