I bought this Missil GL - 1502 MP3 Player for my daughter and she used it for a day and then the thing stopped playing the full songs on it. She would get about 4 seconds of a song and then it just stopped playing and went to the next song and did the same thing again and again with all the other songs that were loaded to it. Now I can't even get it to play a song at all, it is locked on loading mode now.
Any suggestions? I also don't have the manual for it either.
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I don't know if mine is a Missil brand, but the pix of the Missil A940LCD2PK look exactly like my no-name Chinese MP3 clip-on player. I am experiencing exactly the same problem. My firmware is 2208/06/12 V1.05. Everything else works as it should except, of course, music mode. The directory has "root" and a single "voice" folder for voice recordings. Is music mode looking for a folder? Is there some way to correct or upgrade firmware?
Probably you are not putting the files in the right folder. Try using the software which came along with it to put in songs. It will help u a lot. Make sure ur system is free from virus. Also do a format to ur mp3 player and then give it a try.
You can use your mp3 without the software. When you plug it in, it will ask you if you want to install drivers. Click "no" and open the player as you would a flash drive. Drag and drop your favorite tunes and it should work fine.
You will need the software for firmware upgrades, voice recording, and other advanced features, but most of the function does not depend on installing that disc.
i'm not familiar with this player but i think you can still use this method.
Connect your MP3 player to a PC. then Pc will start looking for a new hardware device. Once it found your new hardware device click "my computer" you will now see the there a new drive in your pc. it's either drive E: or G:
clikc the new drive and you will see subdivided folder indicating "video" "MY PIC" "audio" or in some cases once you open the newly found drive it will automatically shows all your uploaded song and files.
once youv'e seen the files you want to delete you can simply "right click" the mouse and from the drop dialogue box select " delete"