Kodi has become the most popular way to stream video content to an android TV box.
Kodi when combined with a good add-on, can stream most any type of videos that can be thought of.
While Kodi can be played on many platforms from a old computer to a Raspberry Pi 3, but android TV boxes have become the go to hardware.
Android TV boxes combine fast hardware along with a nice box that fits in with a TV entertainment center.
Installing Kodi into an android box is simple as it is in the Play Store and can be installed like any other app. It also can be downloaded from the main Kodi site and installed.
While installing Kodi itself is easy, most get confused when it is time to install the add-ons which are what let Kodi stream content.
With that in mind below are the steps to installing Kodi 17 Krypton and the popular Exodus add-on on your android TV box, the same will go for any android device.
If you have a older version of Kodi such as Jarvis it can be updated to Kodi 17 Krypton and settings should keep.
Of course things can always go wrong with any upgrade so there is no guarantee. Also if you have a very old Kodi box it may be best to stick with Kodi 16.1 depending on the hardware the box has.
Kodi 17.6 Krypton needs Android 5.0 lollipop or higher to install.
To see which version you have go to Settings–>About page.
How to Install Kodi 17.6 Krypton and Exodus on an Android TV Box
Kodi can be installed from the Google Play Store or from the Kodi Site.
Installing from the Play Store is easiest for most but either method will work.
Kodi Play Store Link
Kodi Website Link
Installing Kodi itself is easy by downloading it and clicking Install.
Installing add-ons such as Exodus is what confuse most.
Below are the steps to install Exodus into Kodi 17 Krypton with pictures.
Steps to Setup Unknown Sources in Kodi 17.6 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
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 of Exodus. The same steps can be used to install any add-on by changing the URL to the repository it is in.
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Steps To Install Exodus Add-on into Kodi 17 Krypton
1… At the top left click the System Settings Icon
2… Click File Manager
3… On the left click Add Source
4… Click where it says NONE
5… Enter the URL: http://lazykodi.com/ and click OK
6… In the next box down name it lazy and click OK
7… Double Check everything is correct and click OK
8… Go back to Main Menu and click add-ons
9… Click the Package Installer Icon from the top left
10… Install from zip file
11… A box will slide open find lazy and click it
12… Click ZIPS
13… Click KODIBAE.zip
14… Wait for the top right to popup Repository Installed
15… Click Install from repository
16… Click Kodi Bae Repository
17… Video add-ons
18… Find and click Exodus
19… Install (The new Exodus version 8 update has been giving an Indigo error for some installs. Read here if an Indigo error comes up.
20… After it installs it will be located from the main menu Video–>add-ons
Installing Kodi to an android box is easy but many have problems understanding how it works.
Kodi and its add-ons are all free so there is a degree of technicality to it.
Android TV boxes with Kodi already installed can be bought but with a few good YouTube videos and tutorials you should be up and running in no time.