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Snapbox X-25 (2GB) MP3-MP4 Player songs are playing slow

When playing music and the name of the song is scrolling across the main screen, the quality of the music is affected; the song is dragging.
If I move to another screen while the music is playing, the quality of the song improves, however, the player usually reverts to the main screen in seconds.

How can I get the songs to stop playing so slow?

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This is as complete as I can make it.

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