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  1. 06-02-2017  #1

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    Kodi (Release & Startup Guide)

    To make it easier we have put the install file for the Amazon Fire Stick to our server. You can download the file via Downloader or ES Explorer from http://kodi.literecords.com.

    Before we go through the walkthrough guide...
    Firstly let's presume you have purchased an Amazon Fire TV Stick, have read the instructions, assembled cables correctly and inserted into your TV's HDMI input and have the microUSB from the stick connected to either USB plug or USB port of your TV. You have also registered and linked your Amazon account to your Fire Stick.
    To ensure you don't have an issues with compatibility check your device's firmware is up to date.
    [HOME] settings > system > about > [check for system update]

    Kodi download & install guide


    1. [HOME] settings > developer options > apps from unknown sources [ON]
    2. [HOME] search "Downloader' >[Install] or [Get] (which ever one it displays)
    3. [HOME] Launch Downloader (found in recent or apps)
    4. In the URL field type http://kodi.literecords.com > [Download]
    5. Run through the on-screen download and installation instructions
    6. [HOME] Launch Kodi (found in recent or apps)

    ^ Index legend for above steps
    path > to > follow

    [PRESS BUTTON]

    The Kodi URL we have provided in this guide downloads & installs the latest build of Kodi (17.1 Krypton).
    Kodi 17.0 - Download Here.
    We will add URLs for previous Kodi builds at a later date.

    Installing Add-On (This guide will be slightly different for other builds of Kodi)

    Now your Kodi is installed you can search the web for add-ons. To get you started we recommend Exodus. Exodus is a library of movies and TV shows from a massive collection of sources.

    1. [HOME] Launch Kodi
    2. settings > system > add-ons > unknown sources [ON]
    3. [YES] from dialog window
    4. settings > file manager > add source
    5. [<'none'>] type http://fusion.tvaddons.ag
    6. Enter a name for this media source type Fusion
    7. Proceed back to Kodi's home screen
    8. [Add-Ons]
    9. [Open New] (icon of an open box)
    10. [Install from ZIP file]
    11. fusion > xmbc-repos > repository.exodus.x.x.x.zip
    12. Proceed back to Kodi's home screen
    13. add-ons > install from repository > exodus repository > video add-ons > exodus
    14. [Install]

    ^ Index legend for above steps
    path > to > follow
    [PRESS BUTTON]
    Last edited by Thr33; 03-04-2017 at 14:21.


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  2. 15-02-2017  #2

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    If anyone has any questions or problems feel free to comment and i will assist you :)


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  3. 03-04-2017  #3

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    Updated to Kodi 17.1 :)


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    If you wish to discuss this further, I might add some info about mouse toggle for fire tv stick to give the fire tv stick remote a mouse functionality to use with apps not so friendly with the remote.



    Suggested video review: HOW TO USE A MOUSE ON FIRESTICK DEVICE (TOGGLE MOUSE - VIRTUAL MOUSE)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFK5AKcOICw
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    Second one, (and better I think is Cetus Play

    Website and Download: http://cetusplay.com/

    BEST FREE APP FOR FIRE TV/FIRESTICK/ANDROID TV! REMOTE-MOUSE-APP INSTALLER PLUS MORE! CETUSPLAY 2017.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwLF...Y#t=673.796188
    Last edited by NewAgeRipper; 23-04-2017 at 00:33.

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    I use the Fire TV Remote app (iOS/Android) to navigate better. You can use the mouse cursor on desktop by default cant you?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr3 View Post
    I use the Fire TV Remote app (iOS/Android) to navigate better. You can use the mouse cursor on desktop by default cant you?
    Not by default I don't think. Just scrolling and clicking.

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    Sadly the fusion link no longer works. Can anyone suggest an exodus alternative?
    Be sure to reply! It doesn't cost anything, and everyone benefits from feedback. Thank you! (Feel free to DM any questions, here on Discord as burntscarr#0420, or on Telegram Hidden Content and Iíll get back much faster than a message on here.)

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    You can use the Ares Wizard to install Exodus. Phoenix is currently not available.

    https://seo-michael.co.uk/tutorial-h...s-wizard-kodi/.


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    Exodus is now Covenant.


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    Covenant Kodi is in danger as Colossus Repo is down

    Yesterday colossus repo went down taking away with a lot of best working Kodi addons with it. In which Covenant kodi was the one which suffered the most as it had thousands of users. But fortunately another repo that is kodil has given a life to Covenant kodi and allows this addon to be installed on Kodi.

    Here is the link for installation guide https://www.kodivpn.co/covenant-kodi-addon-download/

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