My Player works OK, but the screen stays live continuously whilst playing music tracks. Consequently, the battery drains in 2 instead of 8 hours. The screen goes blank OK when I re-charge the battery. Hope you can help me with this problem.
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Re: 8GB MP3/4 Player
Well there may be a setting on the MP3/4 player that you can change the delay on the screen backlight staying lit for. Rummage around the settings for such a thing. If you can't find anything, some more information on what type of MP3/MP4 player it is would be helpful.
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When listening to music, you can hit 'M' to access the menu. Whilst in the menu, go down to Repeat. The sub-folder has several different options, among them being Random All on the second page. Though the order it plays songs in does not often differ (i.e. When you click random, it will always play Track 4, then 9, then 2, and so on and will do this again the next time you go into your music selection), it can be useful for when you have prior sub-folders to trade off between.
If you have already tried this, you can also plug your player into your desktop computer and move the songs off of the player via the folders available there. When you re-upload files, they tend to be in alphabetical order, so you can also rename them (i.e. from "Charlie on the M.T.A." to "01 Charlie on the M.T.A." and so on and so forth) to get them in a playlist-style format. If you have more than thirty files in a folder on the device, things tend to become out-of-sequence anyway, so that can add a pleasingly random element to your music.
To use it without iTunes, you can just go to any free music download site and download and save music. Then go to your files and drag all of the music you want on your player into teh player, adn into the MUSIC folder. Then eject the player. It should be able to play the mucic. For the free download site I reccomend www.mp3juices.com but that's just me. Hope this works for your music problem!
this is probably because you are playing the tracks directly from your memory card. if you gon into applications then music player, and select your tunes this way it should automatically move onto the next one
It is stuck on "Repeat One" - refer to p.23 of your user's manual -
You can set your player to play music tracks randomly (Shuffle All ) or repeatedly (Repeat One or
Repeat All ).
1. From the main menu, select Settings > Play mode.
2. Use the VERTICAL TOUCH STRIP to scroll up or down the options.
3. Press § to select an option.
4. Press § again to deselect an option.
While you are playing music you can see the following active play mode screen.