We’ve just added new feature to our Git Browser tool called Feeds. Feeds allow anyone to create and share “lists” which offer their selection of Kodi addon developers. This is the easiest way for bloggers, builders, YouTubers and Kodi enthusiasts to share their favourite addons with their respective audiences. And if you’re known as the “go-to Kodi guy/gal” in your circle, then this new Feeds feature should make life much easier too. Since this feature just released today, we’re probably the only people who have a Feed list up, but we hope to see many more popping up in the coming days.
It is our hope that this feature will make it easier for those who have been having trouble figuring out which GitHub usernames to lookup. We think that it will also present a fantastic alternative to “Kodi builds,” giving the users the ability to pick and choose which specific Kodi addons they want, while ensuring that everything is downloaded directly from authentic repositories. We can’t do everything alone, so please reach out to your favourite Kodi bloggers, YouTubers and “builders” asking them to create their own Git Browser Feeds today!
Step 1: Click on Add-ons tab from the vertical menu bar within Kodi.
Step 2: Navigate to the Program add-ons tab from the Add-ons interface.
Step 3: Launch the Git Browser tool for Kodi.
Step 4: Select the Search by GitHub Username method.
Step 5: Click on the *** New Search *** function.
Step 6: Input the GitHub username of the person who maintains the Feed you wish to browse, then click the OK button.
Step 7: Select the Feed file which should be displayed in yellow towards the top of the listing. The filename for our Feed is tva.gitbrowser.feed-1.0.0.zip and others should look similar.
Step 8: Press the Yes button to download the Git Browser Feed when prompted.
Step 9: After a few seconds, you should return to the main menu of the Git Browser tool.
Step 10: Select the Search Feeds function, which wouldn’t appear before downloading your first Feed file.
Step 11: Select the Feed name which you wish to browse, as an example our Feed is called the TV ADDONS Library.
Step 12: At this point you can choose to browse from whichever repositories have been included in your selected Feed. We are going to browse uRepo: uRepo Repository for this example.
Step 13: Select the repository belonging to the developer from whom you plan on installing any Kodi addons, it should appear at the top of the list with the filename being similar to repository.urepo.zip with urepo replaced by the developer’s name of course.
Step 14: Click on the Install button when prompted.
Step 15: Click on the Continue button to proceed, don’t restart yet.
Step 16: Select your desired Kodi addon from the listing, the filename should look something like plugin.video.musicvideos-1.0.zip or similar.
Step 17: Click on the Install button to proceed once prompted.
Step 18: If you’re not installing other Kodi addons at this time, then click the Restart button to finalize installation.
Step 19: Relaunch Kodi and find your newly installed Kodi addon ready for use!
We’re expecting to see many Git Browser Feeds created over the coming weeks. If everyone does their part to create their own Feeds and promote this functionality, it will continue to our goal of decentralizing the Kodi addon community, while giving more power to individual addon developers. If you enjoyed this and other guides we offer, please be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Should you have any questions or comments, please feel welcome at our discussion forums at any time. We have at least one very powerful new Kodi addon coming soon, so stay tuned and get excited.