Nfl Fantasy App Error Code: It is possible that the NFL Fantasy Football app is not functioning properly for you due to technical difficulties with your device or a problem with your internet connection. If you believe there is a problem with the NFL Fantasy Football app, please post your concern in the comment box below and someone from our community may be able to assist you. Alternatively, you can try the solutions listed below in the meantime.
For those who are having difficulties connecting to the ESPN Fantasy App, please follow the steps outlined below:
Check to see if there is a connection to games.espn.com available.
Open Safari (for iOS) or Chrome (for Android) (Android). Enter the website games.espn.com. If you receive an error message, this indicates that there is a problem with your internet connection. The error message should provide some indication of the nature of the connection problem.
ESPN has no control over these errors, and you should consult with your internet service provider as soon as possible.
Only available on iOS devices: In the app’s settings, make sure that Cellular Data access is enabled. Navigate to the “Cellular” setting in your phone’s settings. Once you’ve reached “Cellular,” scroll down to the “Apps” section and look for “Fantasy.” Make certain that the toggle is turned on (green).
Change your internet connection and see if that helps. If you are connected to 3G/4G/LTE and a Wifi network is available, connect to the Wifi network instead of continuing to use your data connection. If you are connected to a WiFi network, disconnect from the WiFi network and try using 3G/4G/LTE for a short period of time. Check to see if any other applications or websites can be accessed through the current internet connection.
Check to see if the device is able to connect to the ESPN API. Visit http://games.espn.com/ffl/connectivity in any browser and make a note of any error messages that are displayed there. If there are no error messages, it means that your device has successfully accessed the ESPN Application Programming Interface.
Force-quit the Fantasy App and then reopen it to see if it works.
Double-tap the home button on your iOS device, then swipe up to open the Fantasy App.
Android: Open the task manager / app switcher (long press on the home button, or some devices have a dedicated soft button) and slide right to select the ESPN Fantasy App. iOS: Open the ESPN Fantasy App (long press on the home button, or some devices have a dedicated soft button) and slide right to select the ESPN Fantasy App. Delete all of the data stored in the app’s cache.
iOS – Force Touch extinguish the application (see Step 5 above). Select “Settings” from the main menu and scroll down to the bottom until you see the “Fantasy” entry with the rainbow logo. To reset the slider, press the “Reset” button. Restart the app to see if it works.
Android – The Force is with you. extinguish the application (see Step 5 above). Go to the App Settings menu (usually accessed through system settings, but can vary by device). Look for the ”ESPN Fantasy App.” Choose “Clear Data” and “Clear Cache” from the menu. Restart the app to see if it works.
Reinstalling the app from the App Store / Play Store should resolve the issue.
iOS users can uninstall the Fantasy App by holding down on the app icon on their screen and then selecting the “X.” Android users can do the same. Reinstall the application by going to the App Store.
Android – This varies depending on the device, but users can always uninstall the Fantasy App through the App Settings. Reinstall the app by going to the Google Play Store.