Adding the Fusion Installer Source for Kodi (17.0 Krypton or Above)

Adding the Fusion Installer Source for Kodi (17.0 Krypton or Above)

Once you’ve installed Kodi, the Fusion Installer is your bridge to the realm of Kodi addons. It’s the first thing you’ll need in order to get started with Kodi addons….

Installing the Indigo Tool to Configure Kodi Addons (17.0 Krypton or Above)

Installing the Indigo Tool to Configure Kodi Addons (17.0 Krypton or Above)

Indigo is our all-in-one tool that provides you with everything you’ll ever need when it comes to unofficial Kodi addons. Whether you want to automatically configure Kodi, or manually pick…

Installing the Indigo Tool to Configure Kodi Addons (16.1 Jarvis or Below)

Installing the Indigo Tool to Configure Kodi Addons (16.1 Jarvis or Below)

Indigo is a community tool that will help jumpstart your Kodi addon experience. You’ll need to install it before you’ll be able to really take advantage of what our community…

Manually Install Kodi Addons with the Indigo Tool (16.1 Jarvis or Below)

Manually Install Kodi Addons with the Indigo Tool (16.1 Jarvis or Below)

It’s now easier than ever to install Kodi addons using the Addon Installer feature of our new Indigo tool. It’s like an app store for Kodi addons, where everything is…

Manually Enable Addons with the Fusion Installer (16.1 Jarvis or Below)

Manually Enable Addons with the Fusion Installer (16.1 Jarvis or Below)

It seems that some of our users still prefer to install Kodi addons using the old-school method, directly from our Fusion Installer source. This method is reserved mostly for advanced users,…

Adding the Fusion Installer Source for Kodi (16.1 Jarvis or Below)

Adding the Fusion Installer Source for Kodi (16.1 Jarvis or Below)

Fusion for Kodi is your gateway to the world of unofficial Kodi addons, it is your launchpad and starting base. Once you’ve installed Kodi, you’ll need to configure our Fusion Installer…

Adding Your Own Media Files to Your Kodi Library (16.1 Jarvis or Below)

Adding Your Own Media Files to Your Kodi Library (16.1 Jarvis or Below)

Kodi is actually intended to be used as a media player, to play your own local or network stored media files, anything from downloaded or ripped movies, to television shows,…

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