This step-by-step tutorial will show you How to Uninstall Kodi Addons.
If you are a Kodi user you have probably encountered technical problems or Kodi Buffering issues when streaming with this application.
Oftentimes, problems arise within Kodi because of a specific Kodi Addon you are using within this software.
As time goes on, you may notice that Kodi stops performing as it did when you first installed it.
If you use a Kodi Build, you may have ten or twenty add-ons that you never use.
Build developers are notorious for including addons that don’t function properly anymore or don’t provide any value.
After installing a build, it is usually a good idea to delete or uninstall Kodi addons that are unneeded for your uses.
This is covered in our popular How to Use a Kodi Build guide that will tell you everything you need to know to use a Kodi build.
You may find yourself in a situation where you must uninstall and then reinstall the same Kodi addon because it isn’t updating properly.
Oftentimes, this happens when an addon developer has changed where a repository is located.
You must install the addon by using the new repository or you won’t receive the important updates.
Most Kodi users prefer to run the software on streaming devices such as the Amazon Firestick.
Unfortunately, many of these come with limited storage so it is important to keep Kodi as clean as possible.
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Uninstalling Kodi addons that you no longer need is a great way to improve performance. You will also gain some valuable disk space in the process.
The guide below assumes that you are using the default Kodi skin called Estuary. If not, you can easily switch to this Kodi Skin within the settings panel and then click Interface.
How To Uninstall Kodi Addons Guide – Kodi 18
Step 1 -From the home screen, scroll down and click Add-ons
Step 2 – Choose My add-ons
Step 3 – Click All or filter how you would like to find the addon that you want to uninstall
Step 4 – Choose the Kodi addon that you would like to uninstall.
Step 5 – Click Uninstall
Step 6 – You will receive a message saying “Are you sure?” Click Yes.
Step 7 – When prompted, click Yes again.
That’s it! You have now uninstalled your preferred Kodi addon.
After uninstalling any unwanted Kodi addons, be sure to use the TROYPOINT Best Kodi Addon list to find addons for your Kodi system.
This list is updated DAILY so you can always find working addons for streaming.
Real-Debrid will provide the highest quality links with no buffering for an enjoyable streaming experience.
For our most popular Kodi tutorials, check out the links below.
If your device is still giving you issues, we suggest viewing our Firestick Buffering Guide for more troubleshooting tips.
Uninstall Kodi Addons FAQ
How do I uninstall Kodi addon?
This guide will provide you with step by step instructions to uninstall Kodi addons.
Should I uninstall Kodi addons?
Uninstalling Kodi addons is a great way to improve your performance on any Kodi device.
Can I uninstall Kodi addons from a Kodi build?
Yes. You can do this within the settings.
Can I update a Kodi addon?
Yes. Uninstalling and reinstalling a Kodi addon is one way to update the addon itself.
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