Question about GPX ML648B MP3 Player
Your MP3 player is stuck in INTRO MODE. Play a song and hit the MODE button on the side of your MP3 player. Once you see options appear on the screen, select PLAY MODE and choose NORMAL. This should fix the problem.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Player skips over some songs
MP3 files are not a totally homogeneous group. You have different bitrates, and different codecs that output MP3s, let alone all the MPCs and the likes. You should check what your player's recommended bitrate is, and try to find what is common with the MP3s it can't play. Maybe you get them from the same source. If you rip a cd, and output it to MP3 files, my bet is that either all or none will work, there is no randomness here. The only other option is that the files got corrupted somehow, and the player can't read them. Good luck
Posted on Jun 21, 2006
WAHA i've fixed it it was on repeat intro which means it plays the first quarter of he song so pretty much try to look at the repeat button and see if it is on that.....
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
SOURCE: My insignia NS-2v17b MP3 player
Yes. You have to have an active account to keep listening to those songs. On another note (no pun intended) anything that you OWN in your music files will play for you.
I quit the subscription from Best Buy, deleted the songs I didn't own and now I am satisfied.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
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