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The tutorial below will provide you with step-by-step instructions to Install and Use GitHub Kodi. GitHub Kodi is a browser within the Kodi software that will allow you to install add-ons directly from the source.
Instead of typing in and searching Kodi repositories, users can simply find and download add-ons from the developer’s repo itself.
If you are a long-time Kodi user, you have probably heard of the Fusion Installer. This repository hosted nearly every Kodi add-on available. Instead of typing in a repository’s URL, users simply installed Fusion and searched for add-ons!
GitHub works in a similar fashion allowing you to install add-ons via the Git Browser instead of through file manager. Sometimes, this is the only way to install specific add-ons if the repository is no longer available.
The following guide will show you How To Install GitHub Kodi.
GitHub Kodi Installation Guide
1. Launch Kodi
2. Turn on Unknown Sources if not already on
3. Click Settings Icon
4. Click File Manager
5. Click Add Source
6. Click None
7. Type the following URL exactly how it is listed here – http://fusion.tvaddons.co and click OK
8. Type fusion or another name for this media source and click OK
9. Return to Kodi home-screen and Click Add-Ons
10. Click the Open Package Icon
11. Click Install from zip file
12. Click fusion
13. Click begin-here
14. Click plugin.program.indigo.zip
15. Return to Kodi home-screen and under Add-Ons Click Indigo
16. Click Addon Installer
17. Click Git Browser
18. Click Yes
19. Click Git Browser again
GitHub installation is complete! Use the guide below to learn how to install repositories and add-ons within GitHub Kodi.
How To Use GitHub Kodi
There are 3 ways to install add-ons via GitHub.
- Search by GitHub Username
- GitHub Repository Title
- Search by Addon ID
In my opinion, the easiest way to install via GitHub Kodi is with the GitHub username. If you know the username of the developer, you can easily find and install add-ons for your enjoyment.
One instance of this is the Exodus Redux add-on which can be installed two ways. In the guide below, we can install via GitHub Browser or by entering the exact URL of the lazykodi repository.
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