For one reason or another, certain old-school Kodi users still prefer to manually install Kodi addons from our Fusion Installer, rather than use automated tools like our Git Browser or Indigo Tool.
The Fusion Installer contains a wide variety of unofficial Kodi addon repositories, categorized as follows:
- english (access English language content)
- international (watch international content)
- xxx-adult (adults only content)
We’re going to use the Free Live TV addon from our community repository as an example in the guide below. This process is nearly identical when installing other Kodi addons and repositories.
Before continuing, you must have already added our Fusion Installer to your Kodi setup.
1. Navigate to the Add-ons tab from the vertical menu on the Kodi home screen.
2. Click on the open box icon at the top left of the Add-ons screen.
3. Select the Install from zip file function.
4. Press the Settings button, if prompted by an unknown sources error.
5. Click on the Unknown sources field to lift this restriction.
6. Press the Yes button to confirm this change.
7. Return to the previous menu once Unknown sources is enabled.
8. Click on the Install from zip file once again.
9. Select the fusionco server from the listing.
10. Choose the kodi-repos folder.
11. Select the english folder.
12. Select the repository.xbmchub-3.0.0.zip file from the listing.
13. Click on the Install from repository function.
14. Select the TVADDONS.CO Add-on Repository from the listing.
15. Choose the Video add-ons category.
16. Select the Free Live TV addon from the listing.
17. Press the Install button in the lower right corner.
18. Press the OK button when prompted to accept the installation of necessary dependencies.
19. Return to the Kodi home screen once you see a checkmark next to the addon’s name.
20. Click on the Add-ons tab from the vertical menu bar on the Kodi home screen.
21. Launch the Free Live TV addon from the right side of the Add-ons interface.