Request Can't install fusion/indigo

Carl Massey

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I have gone through the part where I install the fusion installer in settings, but when I go back to the addons section in Kodi, there are already apps there so I don't get option to go into browser to finish the fusion/indigo installation. How do I get rid of those apps for android that just automatically installed there?
 

Meep

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Once you have fusion in as a source, follow the instructions on this page

https://www.tvaddons.co/indigo-kodi-krypton/

If you get to 2 and your install looks different...

Do Step 1 on that link, then deviate as bellow for Step 2 and 2½...

Step 2: Click the Add-ons tab

Step 2½: Click the open box icon top left (blue circled in picture bellow)

 

Mcross99

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Hi folks, same problem here. I can't get fusion in as a source. From homepage "Add Ons", it lists "Categories" and "Android Apps"
 

Meep

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Hi folks, same problem here. I can't get fusion in as a source. From homepage "Add Ons", it lists "Categories" and "Android Apps"
Read my post above yours, pay very close attention to step 2 and the RED text...
 

Edwinscarrier

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When trying to install from zip file, my Fusion folder is empty and just shows the ".." I've followed all the steps and even tried to re download everything.
 

Meep

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When trying to install from zip file, my Fusion folder is empty and just shows the ".." I've followed all the steps and even tried to re download everything.
Double and then Triple check the Fusion URL you likely have a typo...
 

thumpr726

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I had the same problem, and after researching more I fixed it by altering step ten on the fusion installer ever so slightly. Instead of typing in https://fusion.tvaddons.co as it said in instructions I simply added a / to the end of that. Type in https://fusion.tvaddons.co/ That worked for me, and viola, I could open the zip file. Hope this helps

[Edit by crzen] This is incorrect. It does not have https in the address and adding a / to the incorrect address will not fix it.
The correct address is http://fusion.tvaddons.co
Its more likely you accidentally typed https incorrectly the first time and then accidentally typed http correctly when you added the / at the end.
Read step10 of the fusion installer here: https://www.tvaddons.co/kodi-addons-krypton/
 
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