Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Ebattilana100, Jun 12, 2010.
Self explanitory... I want to watch the games but I'm not going to be home...
i use "goal.com" to track the scores.
"HTC Evo owners were graced with the ability to watch the world’s games via Sprint’s service… but that’s only one phone. Other users with Android 2.2 (Froyo) and Flash 10.1 browser plugin can also take advantage of this online live stream of the games too. But all Android phone owners with Skyfire Browser installed can watch the games live via Flash video the browser supports on this website Partidos en VIVO GRATIS del Mundial Sud
ESPN.com but your ISP account has to be on their supported list.
you're right it does work perfect on the default browser. so weird.
I use atdhe.net and it seems to work perfectly for the Nexus One with 2.2. Watched the whole US vs England game while stuck at work without a computer or TV.
I've found the WC 2010 FotMob App to be pretty good to follow the stats and scores. I'll have to try the website above too.
ESPN3 if you have access...although I have had trouble getting it to load in DolphinHD, Skyfire, and default browser
just go to the website that have stream and watch it using the browser.
BBC iplayer? ITV player...