How To Install Oblivion Streams Kodi Live TV Add-on

By | May 11, 2019

UPDATE: Repository Is Currently Down
Oblivion Streams is a Kodi live TV Add-on that streams from many sources and has been updated.

It has a lots of live streams divided into sections including Shadow.Tv, Free View, Sport, 24/7 Live Shows, Classic, Fishing Master, Keeping Fit, 24/7 radio, Karaoke, and more.
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Name: Oblivion
Steps To Install Oblivion Streams KODI Add-on

  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: and click OK
  6. In the next box down name it Oblivion and click OK
  7. Double Check everything is correct and click OK
  8. Go back to the main menu and click Add-ons
  9. Click the Add-on Package Installer Icon at the top left
  10. Click Install from zip file
  11. A box will open find Oblivion and click it
  12. Click
  13. Wait for the top right to popup Oblivion Add-on Repository Installed
  14. Click Install from repository
  15. Oblivion Add-on Repository
  16. Video add-ons
  17. Oblivion Streams
  18. Install
  19. For Kodi 18 Leia users a box will popup showing all the dependencies and add-ons that will be install Click OK

3 thoughts on “How To Install Oblivion Streams Kodi Live TV Add-on

  1. Bumblebee

    Terrible, just terrible. It’s frustrating to find a working stream. Add-on is terribly slow to launch and load. Needs a lot of tweaking for sure, including across the board organization and alphabetical sorts. If the developer of OLA could get reliable IPTV streams then there’s no reason why everyone else can’t either.

  2. Dave

    Keeps crashing my system when links are clicked for example msnbc, raspberry 3+ and osmc.
    Changed VPN location, london, NY city…thought perhaps it was a geo-block of some sort.

  3. K4C

    Promising but it will need a lot of tweaking not many work, many sections will lockup the add on


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