We’ve always had our Config Wizard available for users who are looking to configure all the best Kodi addons and tweaks in one click. This feature within our Indigo tool gives you the ability to instantly configure Kodi without any effort at all. The Config Wizard is a Kodi build for those of you who want all of the best, without having to install and test each Kodi addon one by one. While we generally recommend configuring only what you need, however these are all quality, trustworthy addons that will automatically update on their own. Great Kodi build for those who are new to Kodi.
Once you’ve ran the Config Wizard, you’ll have the following video addons installed automatically: Adult Swim, Al Jazeera Live, Bloomberg Global News Live, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), CBC.ca News, CBSN Live, Charge, Cheddar Live, Comet TV, Crackle, Decado Documentaries, EarthCam, FilmOn Simple, Films For Action, Fox News, France 24 Live, Free Live TV, HSN Live, iPlayer WWW, Live Tube, Livestream, Newsy Live, Pluto.TV, Popcornflix, RT News Live, Sky News Live, Smithsonian Channel, TBD TV, TED Talks, Toonjet, TVCatchup.com, TVPlayer.com, UKTV Play, USTVcatchup, USTVnow Guide, USTVnow Plus, and Vice.
Step 1: Navigate to the settings cogwheel at the top left corner of the Kodi interface.
Step 2: Select the File manager icon.
Step 3: Click on the Add source function.
Step 4: Click on the top input box that displays <None> under the Enter the paths or browse for the media location heading.
Step 5: Using the on-screen keyboard, input http://fusion.tvaddons.co and then press the OK button.
Step 6: Click on the bottom text input box under the Enter a name for this media source heading.
Step 7: Using the on-screen keyboard, input fusionco and then press the OK button.
Step 8: Click on the OK button at the bottom of the window.
Step 9: Return to the main Kodi home screen at this point.
Step 10: Click on the Add-ons tab from the vertical menu bar.
Step 11: Click on the little box icon at the top right corner of the screen.
Step 12: Click on the Install from zip file function.
Step 13: If you haven’t yet installed any Kodi addons you’ll be prompted to enable unknown sources, click on the Settings button to proceed.
If you don’t see this prompt, proceed to Step 17 of this guide.
Step 14: Click on the Unknown sources field.
Step 15: Click on the Yes button to proceed with allowing addon installation from unknown sources.
Step 16: Return to the previous menu once unknown sources are enabled.
Step 17: Click on the Install from zip file function once again.
Step 18: Select the fusionco folder from the listing.
Step 19: Select the begin-here folder.
Step 20: Click on the plugin.program.indigo-4.0.3.zip file, then return to the main Add-ons menu.
Step 21: Launch the Indigo tool from the right side of the Add-ons interface.
Step 22: Wait a few seconds for the Indigo tool to initialize for the first time, don’t touch anything until it finishes.
Step 23: Click on the Config Wizard function at the top of the list.
Step 24: Click on the Install button to proceed.
Step 25: Wait a minute for the wizard to download and extract your preconfigured Kodi build.
Step 26: Click on the OK button once complete, Kodi will not restart.
Step 27: Once you’ve relaunched Kodi, click on the Add-ons tab from the vertical menu bar.
Step 28: Select the Video add-ons tab from the vertical menu bar, it will probably already be there though.
Step 29: Launch any of your new Kodi addons from the right side of the Add-ons interface.
This Kodi build should give you a pretty good base for beginning your endeavours into the world of Kodi. At this point you’ll probably want to start installing other streaming addons, any of which can be easily installed using our Git Browser tool. All you’ll need is the addon developer’s GitHube username and you’ll be all set. Should you have any questions, feel free to visit our discussion forums for support and assistance – or just to say hello.