Since TV ADDONS has recently lost our domain names (for the time being) we are unable to push updates to existing users. This means that we need everyone to reinstall the TV ADDONS repository, as well as our Fusion Installer since you’ll need it in order to install our Kodi addon repository and other Kodi addons. The way Kodi works, as soon as you install our new addon repository, you’ll continue to receive updates from us. We would have been able to push the repo update automatically had we not lost the domains, and are very sorry for the hassle. The TV ADDONS community repository hosts some of the most popular Kodi addons such as USTVnow Plus and FilmOn Simple.
Once you’ve installed our new Kodi addon repository, you’ll automatically receive updates from us for any of the Kodi addons which are maintained within our community repository. You won’t receive updates for addons that aren’t in our repository though, so you’ll probably want to repeat parts of the guide below for individual third party Kodi addon developers’ repositories. This new repository is hosted through GitHub, the internet’s leading open source collaborative development web site. Please be sure to SHARE this page with your friends, family and coworkers, we really appreciate it!
Step 1: Navigate to the little settings cogwheel at the top left of the Kodi interface.
Step 2: Click on the System settings icon.
Step 3: Navigate to the Add-ons menu from the sidebar.
Step 4: Click on the Unknown sources field at the right side of the window.
Step 5: Click on the Yes button when prompted to confirm.
Step 6: Return to the previous menu level at this point.
Step 7: Click on the File manager icon.
Step 8: Click on the Add source function.
Step 9: Click on the top input field that displays <None> under the Enter the paths or beowse for the media locations heading.
Step 10: Input the following using the on-screen keyboard and then press the OK button:
Step 11: Click on the bottom input box under the Enter a name for this media source heading.
Step 12: Input fusionco (or fusion) using the on-screen keyboard and then press the OK button again.
Step 13: Click on the OK button at the bottom of the window, then Return to the Kodi home screen.
Step 14: Click on the Add-ons tab from the vertical menu bar.
Step 15: Click on the little box icon at the top left of the Kodi interface.
Step 16: Click on the Install from zip file function.
Step 17: Select the fusionco (or fusion) remote source that you just added in the previous steps.
Step 18: Select the kodi-repos folder.
Step 19: Choose the english category.
Step 20: Click on the repository.xbmchub-3.0.0.zip at the bottom of the listing.
Step 21: Select the Install from repository function at this point.
Step 22: Select the TVADDONS.CO Add-on Repository from the listing.
Step 23: Choose the Video add-ons category.
Step 24: Select the Newsy Kodi addon (or anything you’d like) from the listing.
Step 25: Click on the Install button.
Step 26: Wait a few seconds for the Newsy Kodi addon to download, then Return to the Kodi home screen.
Step 27: Click on the Add-ons menu from the vertical menu bar.
Step 28: Launch any Kodi addon that you’ve installed.
Now you can be sure that you’ll continue to receive Kodi addon updates for any of the unofficial Kodi addons located within our addon repository. This only applies to our community repository, you’ll likely have to reinstall some individual developers’ repositories as well. Please don’t forget to follow our new Twitter and Facebook pages, and share this with your friends so that they too will continue to receive Kodi addon updates from us.