Well, this may be because you have most of your player filled up. Mine does this as well. You must remember that this is a cheaper type of player, so you cant expect it to be perfect. Two seconds isnt all that long, it could always be much worse. try reading through your manuals again, and calling costomer service. If you have any more questions, you can contact me
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maybe they got corrupted try putting them on the music player again or try getting the same songs but diff versions of the file and you could try last to convert the songs to a diff format then put them on the player if its the the same songs on both the players that wont play then its the songs and not the player
yah. I think you put it in the repeat mode. Click on a song, click the right button at the bottom of your screen and take it out of repeat mode. If that doesn't work i don't know so you should cally samsung.
Hey - I found a solution - once you begin to play a file hit 'menu' and you will see a variety of choices - if you have selected 'intro' - guess what? it will play only 10 seconds of the selection. You must change the setting to normal in this screen. You will be able to tell because there is a little red box with a letter in it in the display screen when a file is playing. If the letter is 'i' - you are in intro mode - I just fixed mine
hope this helps
Maybe you have the player set to random mode so its playing random songs in random orders. If so, press the round mode button in the middle until "RAN" in the top right corner of the screen is no longer displayed.