The advantages for using Kodi are substantial. You can watch almost any television show shortly after it's aired, often in high-def, and the commercials have been edited out. You can also stream movies the same way, including some that are still in theaters. Think of Kodi as Netflix on serious steroids.
If you want to get the most content out of Kodi you'll need to install add-ons. My personal favorite is Exodus, this add-on delivers a huge amount of content and is pretty easy to navigate. Sign up for a free Trakt.tv account and you can synchronize your watch lists across devices.
One of the hassles of using Kodi is managing and installing all the add-ons. This is where add-on installer is incredibly useful. With add-on installer you can browse for add-ons or search for them by name, then install them with a single click.
Here's how to install add-on installer. If you have already set up fusion as a source on your machine you can jump straight to step 7:
- Select SYSTEM > File Manager
- Select Add Source
- Select None
- Type the following EXACTLY http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and select Done
- Highlight the box underneath Enter a name for this media Source & type fusion
- Select OK
- Go back to your Home Screen
- Select SYSTEM
- Select Add-Ons
- Select Install from zip file
- Select fusion
- Select start-here
- Select plugin.program.addoninstaller-x.x.x.zip
- Wait for Add-on enabled notification
The Addon Installer is now installed and ready to use. To use the add-on open PROGRAMS and select Addon Installer. Once opened you can search for any add-on that you wish to install.
From here it's simple to install Exodus or any other add on you wish. If you're thinking of becoming a cord-cutter and cancelling your cable subscription, getting familiar with Kodi should be on your to-do list.
-The Home Geek
Looks promising. I'll try it out tonight.ReplyDelete