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Scoreboard Secret Code & Screen Shots!

It was only a couple hours ago that we spotted Google’s brand new sports application, aptly named Scoreboard, and did a quick overview of the application. Well, after doing some followup with Google, we’ve got some more juicy details.

A Google Staffer (Thanks Linda) was nice enough to score us some screenshots of Scoreboard in action. Take a look while you’re waiting for our video review tomorrow. Oh, and soccer fans will be especially happy about the “secret code” we got our hands on.

Here are 3 simple steps to unlocking 13 beta soccer leagues on your Scoreboard App!

  1. Open the Scoreboard application Home Screen
  2. Open the keyboard and type “easter.soccer” without the quotes and WITH the period
  3. You’ll see a message, indicating the unlock was successful and all you need to do is power your phone down, turn it back on and all the new leagues will be revealed when you relaunch the Scoreboard App!

And thos screen shots we promised:




  • Cryptic79

    Now if they can only supply the AHL, OHL, WHL, College Hockey, European leagues, QMJHL, KHL, and any other “HL’s.”

  • onikus

    just FYI when i added the secret code my bluetooth wouldn’t come on at all, so i uninstalled it and then reinstalled without the code, and bluetooth worked again.

    Could just be my phone but wanted to let you guys know, i was using a plantronics 925.

  • Maff

    it’s stupid, for the teams at home it puts their name 2nd, there’s only the yanks that I know of that do that!

  • Geoff

    I wish they followed the MLS…

    I know it’s not extremely popular but there are those of us who enjoy it. :(

  • Chosun

    Geoff, I totally agree with you…unless you’re a Chicago Fire supporter. ;) I’m a RBNY fan, and would love to follow them on my G1.

  • Maff

    I just looked at the “standings” and for League 1 it has W L T PCT!!!
    Why can’t this be changed to the usual W D L PTS!
    who uses PCT?
    who says “tied” apart from Americans?