Page Table of Contents
1. How To Install Kodi
2. Setup Unknown Sources
3. Add-ons and Repositories
4. How to Install Exodus Redux
5. How To Use Exodus
6. Kodi Frequently Asked Questions
7. What Is a VPN?
Kodi has become the best home entertainment system available, and all for free.
Originally called XBMC (Xbox Media Center) it has evolved leaving behind the hardware limitations of the original Xbox and changing its name to Kodi.
A new verion called Kodi 18 Leia has been released which is a nice new edition to the ever evolving media center.
Kodi can be installed on many different hardware platforms from a cheap desktop/laptop computer to a Raspberry Pi. There are even installs for the Fire TV Stick.
Dedicated media center boxes and Android boxes can also be bought.
Read Here To See Our Picks for Best Kodi Boxes
After Kodi is installed to a media box it needs what are called Add-ons to take advantage of the content available.
Add-ons are like Apps for a smartphone that are installed in Kodi and do what they are programmed to do.
For example Exodus is a popular Add-on that allows you to stream movies and TV shows with Kodi.
There are different sections within Kodi including, TV, Radio, Games, Add-ons, Pictures, Videos, Favorites, and Weather.
Exodus would be under Add-ons Video after being installed.
How To Install Kodi 18 Leia
Installing Kodi depends on which hardware you plan to use.
To keep it simple Kodi can be installed on an old computer, Mac or PC, and setup as a dedicated media center.
To do this simply go to the Kodi download page and download the install that works for your machine.
Download Kodi Here https://kodi.tv/download/
The install for Windows or a Mac is easy by simply downloading the correct installer and following the instructions.
The install to a Fire TV Stick or a Raspberry Pi the setup is more difficult.
Read Here for How To Install Kodi to an Android Smartphone or Tablet
Read Here for How To Install Kodi to an Android TV Box
Read Here for How to Install Kodi on an Amazon Fire TV Stick
Read Here for How to Install Kodi on a Raspberry Pi 3.
Steps to Setup Unknown Sources in 18 Leia
Kodi 18 Leia needs a box checked called Unknown Sources to install add-ons such as Exodus.
Click the Settings Icon in the top left corner
Turn ON Unknown Sources
A warning box will come up click Yes
To move back with a Window PC right click an empty space on the screen.
Add-ons and Repositories
After Unknown Sources have been set to ON, repositories and add-ons can be installed.
A repository URL needs to be added to Kodi so that add-ons can be installed.
Repositories are simply websites that store an Add-on for download.
The websites address or URL is added into Kodi to download the Add-on that a repository contains.
There are many add-ons and repositories that can be added. Below are the steps to install the popular Exodus Redux add-on.
There are many other add-ons and it is best to have a few if one stops working.
Read Here To See a List of the Current Top Kodi Add-ons
Using a good VPN with Kodi is always suggested for privacy and security. If you need a good low cost VPN to use with Kodi Try IPVanish it has multiple high speed servers with no throttling or logs.
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Steps To Install Exodus Redux Add-on into Kodi
- At the top left click the System Settings Icon
- Click File Manager
- On the left click Add Source
- Click where it says NONE
- Enter the URL: https://i-a-c.github.io/ and click OK
- In the next box down name it Redux and click OK
- Double Check everything is correct and click OK
- Go back to the main menu and click Add-ons
- Click the Add-on Package Installer Icon at the top left
- Click Install from zip file
- A box will slide open find Redux and click it
- Click repository.exodusredux-0.0.8.zip
- Wait for the Repository to download and popup at the top right and say Exodus Redux Repo Installed
- Click Install from repository
- Click Exodus Redux Repo
- Video Add-ons
- Click Exodus Redux
- Click Install
- A box will popup showing all the dependencies and add-ons that will be install Click OK
How To Use Exodus Kodi Add-on
Exodus Redux like all add-ons will have video sections for movies and TV shows.
Kodi add-ons don’t host any content and simply search the internet for website links for videos the same as Google.
After a video is selected to watch, Exodus will take 60 seconds to find the best links available.
Once it finds the best links it will display them.
To start the video click the first link and Exodus will automatically go through them until one starts playing.
If a link comes up with a popup saying to PAIR click cancel and it will go to the next link on the list.
Once a stream starts if it buffers stop it from playing and click farther down the list of links until a good one is found.
Sometimes a good link will be found quickly while other times it will be harder to find and require a bit of patience.
Kodi Frequently Asked Questions
Why Don’t I see Exodus?
Exodus is located in its own repository, as long the repository is installed into Kodi it will show up when enabled.
To see which repositories you have installed go to Install From Repository . All the installed Repositories will be shown.
Clicking on a repository will also show the add-ons it contains.
Why Don’t I see the Add-on I am looking for?
Each add-on will be located in its own repository, so adding the repository it is in will be necessary.
For example the popular Magic Dragon add-on is located in the Supremacy Repository.
Read Here for How To Install Magic Dragon Addon
When I click a link to a TV show or movie the link doesn’t work or buffers.
This does happen and the more popular Kodi becomes the more the servers/sources can at times become overwhelmed.
This is the reason many sources will come up on a list. If one source link does not work go to the next link. If it starts to buffer stop the video and move on to another link.
Most often a good source can be found within 2-3 links depending on the time of day.
Most add-ons will automatically try to go through the list of links but sometimes stop.
For example if an add-on stops on link 7, restart at link 8.
What Is a VPN?
A VPN provides privacy and security while being online.
Entities such as Internet Service Providers or unscrupulous persons will only see encrypted data and not be able to track what is being done.
This gives a user anonymity as well as privacy while online.
A VPN is not necessary to use Kodi but can hide all online activities which has become very desirable.
It can also help bypass any blocking an ISP (Internet Server Provider) may be doing.