Kodi has come a long ways from its early days as XBMC and continues to only get better.
Kodi 17 Krypton is the newest version of Kodi to be released and has some major interface changes.
To test it out go to the Kodi download page and download it here. https://kodi.tv/download/
At first the interface looks very different from the old Kodi interface but underneath there is a lot of familiarity.
The new default Skin is called Estuary.
Kodi 17 Krypton has some big upgrades and improvements over previous versions.
Beside the updated Estuary Skin interface many new features are being added to Kodi 17 including native support for Amilogic ARM 4K chips, Android de-interlacing to improve live TV streams and much more.
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Below is a step-by-step setup of Exodus and Kodi 17 Krypton.
Steps to Setup Unknown Sources in Kodi 17 Krypton
Kodi 17 needs a box checked called Unknown Sources to install add-ons such as Exodus or Phoenix
Click the Settings Icon in the top left corner
Be sure to be in Expert Mode
Turn ON Unknown Sources
A warning box will come up click Yes
To move back with a Windows install right click an empty space on the screen.
After Unknown Sources have been set to ON, repositories and add-ons can be installed.
The steps are similar to older versions of Kodi with a repository URL needed to be setup and than the add-ons installed.
Below is a step-by-step install of Exodus. The same steps can be used to install any add-on by changing the URL to the repository it is in.
Steps To Install Exodus Add-on into Kodi 17 Krypton
UPDATE 6-10-2017: The Exodus repository is currently having problems installing. Until it is fixed it is best to go with Specto Fork which is similar to Exodus and working. Read Here for how to install Specto Fork.
1… At the top left click the System Settings Icon
2… File Manager
3… On the left click Add Source
4… Click None
5… Type in the following URL: http://fusion.tvaddons.ag/
6… Name it Fusion
7… Double check everything is correct
8… Go back to the main menu and click Add-ons
Click the Add-on Package Installer Icon at the top left
10… Install from zip file
14… Click repository.exodus-2.0.0.zip and it will download the repository and install.
15… The screen will popup with Installed and may Updated
16… Click Install from repository
17… Exodus repository
18… Video add-ons
19… Select Exodus and Install
20… Exodus will now be available from the main menu Add-ons–>Video add-ons