This tutorial will teach you how to install Exodus on Kodi. Exodus is a 3rd party Kodi addon which means that it is not supported in an way by the developers of Kodi.
Exodus was originally available to download and install through the TV Addons Indigo tool but since they have recently shut down, there hasn’t been an easy way to do this until now.
As of this writing Exodus is still the most popular Kodi addon due to its enormous choice of movies, television shows, kids shows, and documentaries that are available.
The Genesis Kodi Addon provides some nice filtering options which allows you to choose movies and television shows based off the following Genres; Action, Adventure, Animation, Anime, Biography, Comedy, Crime, Documentary, Drama, Family, Fantasy, History, Horror, Music, Musical, Mystery, Romance, Science Fiction, Sport, Thriller, War, and Western.
Some other nice categories exist within Genesis such as Most Popular, Most Voted, Box Office, Oscar Winners, In Theaters, and New Movies.
Keep in mind that many of the movies listed under the In Theaters section within Exodus are low quality or have Chinese subtitles hard-coded into them, which you can’t remove. In my opinion, it is best to view the movies that are currently on Blu-ray or DVD.
There are some excellent 3rd party services and Kodi addons that you can also integrate with Exodus through the Tools section. You can pair your Trakt account with Exodus so you can keep track of what you have watched on all devices where you use Kodi. You can also setup the RealDebrid unrestricted downloader service which will help eliminate buffering from within Exodus.
After you follow the steps below, you will also have the Smash Repo installed which will allow you to install other popular addons as well.
Simply follow the screenshot tutorial below and you will be up and running with Exodus in no time.
Bonus Video included below! After you have installed Exodus, be sure to watch the video at the bottom of the page which will teach you how to autoplay the best Kodi Exodus streams without the requirement to authorize with a code. This is a must for anyone who uses the Exodus Kodi Addon.
How To Install Exodus On Kodi Guide
Important! If you already have the old Exodus Repository installed, you must delete it. To do that, click the Add-ons menu item, then click My add-ons, click Add-on repository, click the Exodus repository and then click uninstall.
6/26/2017 – For those having problems installing Exodus on Kodi, this is due to the amount of traffic on the Smash server. A note has bee posted in the zip file that they are in the process of moving servers so this should be fixed shortly. Keep trying!
Step 1 – Click the gear icon toward the top of the page under the Kodi logo.
Step 2 – Click the System settings button.
Step 3 – Hover over the Add-ons menu item on the left-side of the page and then click the Unknown sources button on the right-side of the page to enable this option. Another dialog will open asking you to confirm and then click Yes. After enabling this option, click the back button on your remote to return to Kodi System page.
Step 4 – Click the File manager button.
Step 5 – Click the Add source button.
Step 6 – When the window comes up, click the box that reads <None>.
Step 7 – Type in the following url for the Smash repository – http://mediarepos.net/kodistuff – double check that you have typed this in correctly before proceeding. Click OK button.
Step 8 – Press the down arrow on your remote and place your cursor in the box where you see “kodistuff” at the bottom and then click the select button on your remote to open the keyboard.
Step 9 – Name this media source anything you would like. In this example, I am naming it smash. Click OK.
Step 10 – Click the OK button at the bottom of the window.
Step 11 – Go back to your Kodi home screen and click the Add-ons button.
Step 12 – Click the open package icon in the top-left corner of the screen under the “Add-ons” heading.
Step 13 – Click the Install from zip file button.
Step 14 – Click the name of the source that you added in the earlier step. I named mine “smash”.
Step 15 – Click the smash.zip file. The version number may be different on yours when you do this due to regular updates.
Step 16 – You should wait until you see a confirmation message in top-right corner that the Smash repository has been installed.
Step 17 – After the Smash Repo is installed, click “Install from repository” button.
Step 18 – Click Smash repository.
Step 19 – Click Video add-ons.
Step 20 – Scroll down and click Exodus.
Step 21 – Click Install for the Kodi Exodus Addon.
Step 22 – Wait patiently until you see the message “Exodus Add-on installed” in the top right-hand corner. If Exodus doesn’t install properly, refer to my note above step 1.
Step 23 – Go back to the main menu of Kodi and hover over Add-ons. You should see Exodus under the Video add-ons section. Click the Exodus shortcut.
Step 24 – Exodus launches. Refer to bonus video below on how to configure best playback within Exodus.
If you see a blank menu appear like this, after launching Exodus within Kodi, exit out of Kodi and relaunch the addon.
Frequently Asked Question – Is Exodus on Kodi Legal?
The laws vary in each country. As with many types of technology, it all depends on what you are viewing through Kodi addons such as Exodus. There are public domain movies and tv shows that may be accessed through Exodus, so in cases like these, you would never be in violation. There are also movies and television shows that have copyrights that are accessible on Exodus and in many countries, this would be copyright infringement.
It is suggested that you use a VPN whenever using Kodi so you your streaming logs are kept confidential. By connecting to a VPN prior to using Kodi, you will protect your anonymity so your Internet Service Provider will not know what you are accessing through Kodi addons such as Exodus.
Now that you have Exodus installed on Kodi, it is time to optimize it with the video below!
How To Autplay The Best Kodi Exodus Streams
Note: If you haven’t already installed Exodus on Kodi, use the screenshot tutorial above.