This tutorial will show you how to install multiple Kodi builds on the Fire TV, FireStick, NVIDIA SHIELD, Mi Box, and Android Boxes.
There are some great Kodi builds available and wouldn’t it be fun to use more than one on the same device?
Prior to going through this tutorial, it is important for you to determine how much available storage your streaming device has available.
On the Fire TV/Stick you can easily find this by going into Settings / Device / About / Storage. You should be able to find the same information within the settings section of Android Boxes as well.
Some Kodi builds require approximately 500 MB to 1 GB of available storage for installation. You want to make sure that your streaming box will have enough space.
Since the Fire TV and Fire TV Stick only have 8 GB of space, I would suggest installing a maximum of two builds. You can use one as your primary streaming app and the other for testing purposes.
In this tutorial, I have already installed Kodi on my Fire TV and setup the Titanium Build. I am going to install a Kodi fork that will serve as a separate application so that I can run another build.
You can think of a Kodi fork as a separate Kodi application that a developer has tweaked to their liking.
You will find both a written guide and video tutorial below. I suggest watching the video tutorial to ensure that you don’t miss any important steps.
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How To Install Multiple Kodi Builds
Step 1 – Install Downloader
Downloader is a free application available in the Amazon Fire TV/FireStick app store. For those using the NVIDIA SHIELD, Mi Box, or Android Box you may find instructions HERE on installing this app so you can follow along.
Step 2 – Open browser within Downloader and go to repo.supremebuilds.com
This is the repo address that we typically use when installing the Supreme Builds Wizard within Kodi. We can use the same address to access various Kodi forks that are available.
Step 3 – Click “Forks” folder
This will open a folder that holds all of the .apks that are available.
Step 4 – Download and install a Build .apk
Supreme Builds provides a fork for each of their builds. Each fork includes the build logo and comes with Supreme Builds Wizard already installed. It doesn’t matter which .apk you choose to download since you will be putting your own build on the device anyway. As of this writing, the SBMC.apk did not work properly when installing a build other than one of the Supreme Builds options.
Step 5 – Follow build installation instructions
There are hundreds of Kodi builds that are available. Check out our Best Kodi Builds post and try some of these!
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