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This video tutorial will teach you how to use a Kodi build.
Many Kodi users are installing builds to cut down on the tedious task of installing each add-on individually. You can think of a Kodi build as a bundle of the best add-ons, repositories, and a customized skin that you can install with one click.
One of the biggest issues with using builds is that most of them are resource intensive, which means that they don’t work well on under-powered Kodi boxes. If you are going to run a build that required extra horse-power, I strongly suggest using the 3rd Generation Amazon Fire TV.
When people start using Kodi builds, the same questions arise on a continual basis.
- How do I get back to the Kodi home screen after installing a build?
- How do I install a Kodi add-on within a build if it isn’t already installed?
- How do I update Kodi add-ons when using a build?
- How can I delete add-ons that aren’t properly working within a build?
- How can I add menu items within a build?
- How do I update the build once a new version is released?
Each of the questions above are answered in the video below and I also show you how to perform the necessary actions as well within your build.
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How To Use A Kodi Build Video Tutorial
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Don’t Get Clipped!
Most cord-cutters use IPVanish VPN and rightfully so.
The free streaming applications, addons, and paid IPTV services are usually hosted on insecure servers.
These shady outfits log everything that you access through their app or service.
Without IPVanish, your IP Address is being logged along with everything that you access through it.
Your IP Address points back to your location and identity which compromises both your privacy and security.
Your current identifying IP Address is 22.214.171.124
When you use IPVanish VPN, your IP address is masked and converted into an anonymous one.
IPVanish VPN will provide you with an anonymous connection to the Internet.
This will prevent your Internet Service Provider, app/addon developers, government agencies, and other 3rd parties from logging what you’re accessing online.
Setting up IPVanish VPN on your streaming device is simple!
Step 1 Register for an IPVanish VPN account by clicking the link below.
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Step 2 – From the home screen hover over Find.
If you’re using an Android TV Box, you can also find the IPVanish application in Google Play Store.
Step 3 – Scroll down and click Search.
Step 4 – Type in “Ipvanish” and click the first option.
Step 5 – Click the IPVanish VPN app.
Step 6 – Click Download.
Step 7 – Once the IPVanish app installs, click Open.
Step 8 – Enter your IPVanish account information and click Log In.
Step 9 – Click Connect.
Step 10 – Click OK.
Step 11 – That’s it! You have installed IPVanish VPN on your Firestick/Fire TV.
Now, click the home button on your remote and the VPN will continue running in the background.
Congratulations! You are now protected by a VPN which means everything that you stream or access through your Firestick or Android TV Box is hidden from the rest of the world.
If you ever need to stop the VPN service, simply re-launch the application and click the DISCONNECT button.