For Blackberry Users
A: On devices with OS 4.2 and later, the new BlackBerry Launcher may be launching a different instance of the browser than version 1.2. Follow the instructions below to verify that your new browser settings are correct.
Q: How do I ensure that I have the correct BlackBerry Browser settings for the ESPN Mobile Web site?
Q: When I load the ESPN homepage, it tells me that my settings aren't optimized, but I've verified that they are correct. What do I do?
A: For best results, make sure you are using the BlackBerry Browser. Using other browsers like T-zones or Media Net can cause this problem.
Q: When I click the Scores link at the top right of the screen, why doesn't it always scroll to the Scores section?
A: If the Scores section is visible on the page, the Scores jumplink will scroll your cursor to the top of that section but will not redraw the screen. If the Scores section is completely offscreen, the entire screen will refresh and that section will scroll to the top.
Q: Why can't I download the ESPN BlackBerry Launcher?
A: If you have a corporate BlackBerry, some IT policies do not allow the installing of downloadable applications.
Q: Why doesn't the BlackBerry Launcher always take me to the ESPN homepage?
A: If you've visited a page on ESPN in the last 4 hours, the Launcher will return you to that page. It's great for quickly getting back to a score or story you’re not done with yet. If you’d rather jump back home instead, you can use the link at the top of the page.
Q: How do I navigate the ESPN mobile website more efficiently?
A: Great question! We have a few ideas that may really speed up your browsing.
1. Use the Jumplinks at the top of each page. They'll save you time (and save your thumb).
2. Use your space bar to read through stories; it’s faster than using the wheel or the trackball.
3. Hold down the Alt key and you can use the wheel to move sideways. This comes in handy when you want to get to the Jumplinks on the homepage.
4. You can use the Enter key to click links instead of double-clicking the wheel.
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