Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I find ESPN on my phone?
A: You can find ESPN Mobile Web on the home pages of all the major US wireless carriers (check the Sports section), or you can enter http://espn.mobi into your phone’s browser. In most phone browsers, there is a Go to... or Go to URL... menu option that you can use to do this.

Q: How do I sign in to my ESPN account on my phone?
A: You can sign in from the myESPN section of the ESPN Mobile Web navigation or the at the bottom of any other page throughout the site. Once you’re signed in, you can set your favorite teams and manage your preferences for ESPN Alerts, ESPN Fantasy League Manager, and other ESPN products. You only need to enter your account details once, and then they will be saved until you sign out. You can also sign up for a new ESPN account on your phone if you don’t have one.

Q: I can't sign in. I have forgotten my member name or password. How can I retrieve them?
A: If you've forgotten your Member Name or Password, go to the Recover Account page.

Q: Why do I get signed out from my ESPN account every time I leave the browser?
A: You may not have cookies turned on, or your phone may not support cookies. Check your browser settings and turn cookies on if possible. This may also affect your ability to set your favorite teams.

Q: How do I sign up for or change my ESPN Alerts?
A: You can sign up or manage your ESPN Alerts preferences from the footer of any ESPN page.

Q: The pictures on the ESPN Mobile Web site do not show up. How do I make them display correctly?
A: Make sure you are using a phone that supports images; most phones in the market will support our image formats. You may also need to turn images on in your browser settings.

Q: Does ESPN provide special mobile coverage of sporting events like March Madness, the Superbowl, the World Series, etc?
A: Yes. ESPN Mobile Web provides users with exclusive, in-depth coverage of over 25 major sporting events each year, above and beyond our constant commitment to bringing you top news and scores. You can check out all our special coverage under the What’s Hot section of the ESPN Home page.

Please feel free to ask us any other questions you have via our Feedback page. Thanks for using ESPN Mobile Web!
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