How To Install Exodus On Kodi

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How To Install Exodus On Kodi

How To Install Exodus On KodiThis tutorial will provide detailed steps on how to install Exodus on Kodi.

As of this writing Exodus is the most popular addon available for Kodi media center.  Exodus will provide unlimited movies, television shows, and documentaries in a nice user interface that is easy to navigate.

This tutorial will show you how to install Exodus on the most recent version of Kodi which is Krypton 17.1.

Simply follow the image guide below and you will be up and running with Exodus in no time.

IMPORTANT: Be sure to install a VPN on your Kodi streaming device.  More than likely, your Internet Service Provider is blocking or throttling Kodi addons like Exodus and monitoring your usage.  A VPN will protect your privacy and provide unrestricted access to Kodi and other apps.  

Click here for tutorial on installing VPN on Kodi

How To Install Exodus On Kodi Guide

Click the gear icon toward the top of the page under the Kodi logo.

Click Settings Icon

Click the System settings button.

Click System Settings

Hover over the Add-ons menu 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.

Click Unknown Sources

When this pop-up appears, click Yes.  After clicking Yes, click the back button on the remote to return to the previous “System” screen that you were on.

Click Yes

Click the File manager button.

Click File Manager

Click the Add source button.

Click Add source

When the window comes up, click the box that reads <None>.

Click None Box

Type in the following url for the Fusion addons repository – – double check that you have typed this in correctly before proceeding.  Click OK button.

Enter Fusion Path

Press the down arrow on your remote and place your cursor in the box at the bottom and then click the select button on your remote to open the keyboard.

Name The Source

Name this media source anything you would like.  In this example, I am naming it fusion.

Name The Media Source

Click the OK button at the bottom of the window.

Click OK Button

Go back to your Kodi home screen and click the Add-ons button.

Click Addons

Click the open package icon in the top-left corner of the screen under the “Add-ons” heading.

Click The Open Package Icon

Click the Install from zip file button.

Click Install From Zip File

Click the name of the source that you added in the earlier step.  I named mine “fusion”.

Click Fusion

Click the begin-here button.

Click begin-here Button

Click the .zip file that appears in the window.  After you do this, you will receive a notice that Indigo has been installed.  This may take a minute or two so be patient until you see the message.

Click Indigo Zip File

After you receive the success message that Indigo has been installed go back to the Kodi home page by clicking the back button on your remote repeatedly.  Once there, hover over Add-ons and click Indigo which should now be listed under the Video-add-ons section and Program add-ons section.  It doesn’t matter which one you click.

Click Indigo Addon

Click Addon Installer.

Click Addon Installer

Click Featured Addons.

Click Featured Addons

Click Exodus.

Click Exodus

Click Install Exodus.

Click Install Exodus

Confirm by clicking Install.

Confirm By Clicking Install

You will see a message that Exodus is installing onto your Kodi device.

Exodus Will Begin Installing

Once installation has been successful, you will see a message like this.  Click the OK button.

Exodus Installation Complete Message

Go back to the Kodi home screen by pushing the back button repeatedly.  Click the Exodus icon.

Click Exodus Icon

If you see a blank menu appear like this, go to the next step.

Exodus Blank Screen

Click the power button on the top-left corner of the screen under the Kodi logo to exit the application.  Re-launch Kodi and then launch Exodus by hovering over Add-ons menu item.

Restart Kodi and Launch Exodus


2017-04-20T20:02:30+00:00 By |Kodi|4 Comments
  • Chris Ro

    Exodus: so I got as far as Indigo>featured addons> exodus, but when I press exodus, Im getting a pop-up saying Indigo error, check log….any help

    • Garrett

      Mine keeps saying that too! I checked the log and it all just says error messages. I tried exiting and going back in while on a VPN but it did the same thing. I can’t make sense of the log so I’m not sure where the problem is but can someone help fix it??

    • Paul Myers

      I am also having that issue. Did you get it figured out?

    • There is currently a problem with Indigo, check back and try installing later. They will get it fixed, they always do.