Premiumize is one of the most popular debrid services and has been around quite a long time. They offer debrid services, but also include additional features like a torrent cloud and VPN in their service price. Debrid services give you access to an automated pool of premium cyberlockers accounts. This means that by signing up to a single debrid service, you’ll get access to premium access at dozens of cyberlockers. Furthermore, you’ll be able to access streams directly from Premiumize’s cache, giving you more reliable streaming and the ability to remain anonymous.
ResolveURL is an experimental fork of URLResolver, developed by jsergio123 who recently returned to the development community from retirement. He had previously contributed to URLResolver and it seems like he forked URLResolver so that he could fly solo, and not associate with bigger development groups for the time being. There’s actually quite a surprising number of addons that have made the switch-over to ResolveURL, even though it was only released a week ago. We continue to develop our URLResolver, and will likely be porting many of jsergio123’s updates back into it.
Step 1: Navigate to the settings cogwheel at the top left corner of your Kodi interface.
Step 2: Select the Systems settings icon.
Step 3: Highlight the settings level that reads Standard at the bottom of the vertical menu bar.
Step 4: Click until you reach the Advanced settings level.
Step 5: Navigate to the Add-ons tab.
Step 6: Select the Manage dependencies function at the right side of the interface.
Step 7: Select the ResolveURL dependency. If you don’t see ResolveURL, it means that none of your addons require it so you can skip this guide entirely.
Step 8: Click on the Configure icon at the bottom of the window.
Step 9: Navigate to the Universal Resolvers tab from the vertical menu bar.
Step 10: Scroll down to the Premiumize.me section on the right side of the window.
Step 11: Click on the Priority setting that displays 100 by default.
Step 12: Using the numeric pad, input 95 and then press the Done button.
Step 13: Click on the login function that is off by default.
Step 14: Click on the Customer ID option.
Step 15: Input your Premiumize Customer ID and then press the OK button.
Please note that your customer ID can be found within your user account at the Premiumize web site, it is not the same as your regular Premiumize login.
Step 16: Click on the PIN option at this point.
Step 17: Input your Premiumize PIN and then press the OK button.
Please note that like your customer ID, your Premiumize PIN is not the same as the your regular Premiumize login. It can be found within your account at the Premiumize web site.
Step 18: Press the OK button at the top right of the window.
Step 19: All done! Return to your Kodi home screen and operate as usual.
Now that you have Premiumize configured within ResolveURL, any Kodi addons that use it will now display available debrid links in a bright colour. Right now ResolveURL is still very new, but we’ll be keeping a close on eye in hopes that it will bring new innovation to our community.