Install Titan on Kodi

How To Install Titan Addon On Kodi

How To Install Titan Addon On Kodi

Currently not working please try alternative that works click HERE

How to install Titan addon Kodi An awesome project, Titan addon has been born from the collaboration between Schism, HiFi and Mari Mar! It’s a collection with rare and wonderful Movies, TV shows and Documentaries. You can also find 3D, 1080p, 720p, SD all in one place!

For the moment there are only those two playlist but they are looking forward for collaborations to make this addon even bigger!

How to Install Titan on Kodi:

  • Open Kodi
  • Select SYSTEM > File Manager
  • Select Add Source
  • Select None
  • Type the following EXACTLY https://archive.org/download/titanrepo and select Done
  • Highlight the box underneath Enter a name for this media Source, type titanrepo & Select OK
  • Go back to your Home Screen
  • Select SYSTEM
  • Select Add-Ons
  • Select Install from zip file
  • Select titanrepo
  • Select repository.titan.addons-1.0.0.zip
  • Wait for Add-on enabled notification
  • Select Install from Repository or Get Add-Ons (on Helix)
  • Select Titan Repository
  • Select Video add-ons
  • Select Titan
  • Select Install
  • Wait for Add-on enabled notification

The Titan add-on is now installed and ready to use. As usual the add-on now can be accessed via VIDEOS > Add-Ons > Titan from your home screen.

Install The DNA TV Addon Kodi

How To Install The DNA TV Addon Kodi

How To Install The DNA TV Addon Kodi

THIS ADDON NO LONGER WORKS PLEASE TRY ALTERNTIVE.
How to install DNA TV addon on your kodi device.
  • Open Kodi
  • Select SYSTEM > File Manager

 

  • Select Add Source

 

  • Select None

 

  • Type the following http://dnahost.xyz/kodi/ and select Done

 

  • Enter a name for this Source, type dna & Select OK

 

  • Go back to your Home Screen
  • Select SYSTEM

 

  • Select Add-Ons

 

  • Select Install from zip file

 

  • Select dna

 

  • Select Repos

 

  • Select repository.dnarepo-x.x.x.zip

 

  • Wait for Add-on enabled notification

 

  • Select Install from Repository

 

  • Select dna Repository

 

  • Select Video Add-ons

 

  • Select DNA TV

 

  • Select Install

 

  • Wait for Add-on enabled notification

 

DNA TV is now installed.

contact me on twitter or leave a comment below.

IMG_1853@kodi_mad


How To Integrate Salts TV Shows Into Kodi Library

How To Integrate Salts TV Shows Into Kodi Library

How To Integrate Salts TV Shows Into Kodi Library

For those of you who are worried about your Tv Show library after Genesis have no fear. You can do the exact same thing with SALTS (Stream all the Sources). Just follow the guide below and you will not miss a episode.

Step 1. Select Video then Files.

screenshot226Step 2. Select Add Videos.

screenshot222Step 3. Select Browse.

screenshot223

Step 4. Now you will need to navigate to the SALTS library. This will vary depending on which device you are using. To make it easier for you I have listed the directory paths below:

Windows: C:Users{user_name}AppDataRoamingKodiuserdataaddon_dataplugin.video.saltsTVShows

Android: {storage}/Android/data/org.xbmc.kodi/files/.kodi/userdata/addon_data/plugin.video.salts/TVShows

Linux:

~/.kodi/userdata/addon_data/plugin.video.salts/TVShows

iOS: /private/var/mobile/Library/Preferences/Kodi/userdata/addon_data/plugin.video.salts/TVShows

Mac:

/Users/{user_name}/Library/Application Support/Kodi/userdata/addon_data/plugin.video.salts/TVShows

OpenELEC:

/storage/.kodi/userdata/addon_data/plugin.video.salts/TVShows

Step 5. Once you have navigated to the correct path select and then add TV Shows as a media source name. Then select Ok.

screenshot224

Step 6. We now need to tell Kodi what the folder contains. In this case it will be Tv Shows, select none and scroll down to Tv Shows. Then select Ok.

screenshot225

Step 7. Kodi will now ask if you wish to refresh content. Select Yes.

screenshot227

Step 8. Scraper will now scan and refresh all content that you have added to your library. Return to Home Screen and select Tv Shows and you should start seeing your content. If you have a lot of shows in your library this may take a while to finish.

screenshot228

Now enjoy all your favourite Tv Shows. You can repeat this guide for your Movies.

Thanks to SEO Michael for the directory paths on all devices.

 

 

 

Install Movies14 kodi

How to install Movies14 KODI Addon

How to install Movies14 KODI Addon

Currently not working please try different options click HERE

Install Movies14 kodi addon is an excellent tv show & movie addon released by the Mucky Duck Repository! It has a lot of HD TV Shows, mostly at 720p and many, many HD Movies from 1080p, to HD but also some SD as well.
What I didn’t like very much was the sorting of the TV Shows which is a pitty because the TV Show quality is one of the best I’ve found featuring a lot of HD streams!!!

Install instructions:

  1. Open Kodi
  2. Select SYSTEM > File Manager
  3. Select Add Source
  4. Select None
  5. Type the following EXACTLY http://muckys.mediaportal4kodi.ml/ and select Done
  6. Highlight the box underneath Enter a name for this media Source, type muckys & Select OK
  7. Go back to your Home Screen
  8. Select SYSTEM
  9. Select Add-Ons
  10. Select Install from zip file
  11. Select muckys
  12. Select repository.mdrepo-x.x.x.zip
  13. Wait for Add-on enabled notification
  14. Select Install from Repository or Get Add-Ons
  15. Select Mucky Ducks Repo
  16. Select Video Add-ons
  17. Select HD-Movie14
  18. Select Install
  19. Wait for Add-on enabled notification
  1. Congrats! you have successfully installed HD Movie 14 add-on!

 

Create Your Own Build Extra – Improving the look!

Create Your Own Build Extra – Improving the look!

Here is my particular favorite image in my build, to represent the great Rockcrusher from Phoenix, but i’m sure most of you are aware by now he has left, but I can’t bare to remove the image.

DSC_0311 [179164]

In this installment of create your own build we are looking at multiple images and fonts!


 

Create your build part 1 is about changing the skin and getting add-ons.

-PART 1-

Part 2 is about dividing your add-ons into categories to build your menu.

-PART 2-

Part 3 is working on improving the aesthetics of your build.

-PART 3-

Part 4 is about tidying up the main menu text and adding colour.

-PART 4-

Part 5 is how to create submenus for each main menu item.

-PART 5-


 

Now here we are going to look at adding multiple images to each section in your menu and changing the font in the main menu bar. These changes give your build an overall much more professional look.


 

To start we will first go through how to add multiple backgrounds into your build, this is not very difficult at all and quite similar to putting single backgrounds into your build as I have gone through in part 3 of these blogs.

At this stage I would advise anyone creating their build on an android device to install the HD Filemanager application from the playstore. It’s free and it makes creating folders for multiple backgrounds a lot easier and it also helps a lot later on when we are changing the fonts.

First of all you need to of course gather your images to use in your build, as far as I can see you can place as many as you want into each section but I would advise on not putting too many in as it may slow your device a little.

After getting your images you now need to create folders for each of the items in your menu. I would also advise if you only want a single image in a certain menu item to still create a folder for it to place in your build (Doing this will ensure that when you clean your thumbnail files you won’t lose your image!)

When I created my folders for my images using the Hdfilemanager on my android device I moved the folders to the following: Android/Data/Org.xbmc.Kodi (I would recommend placing your folders here) and when using Windows I created the folders in my documents.


 

  • Now to place your folders into the build, first you click on system, appearance, skin/settings, set up main menu and then you see the following screen. Go to the menu item you wish to place the folder in and go across to set item background as highlighted below and click on it.Screenshot (311)
  • Now click on ‘Set multi-image background’Screenshot (312)
  • If you are using Windows you will now click on the C: drive, as highlighted below. If you are using Android you will click on ‘External storage’ at this point.Screenshot (313)
  • Now you need to click on ‘Users’ as highlighted below. If you are using Android you will now click on ‘Android’Screenshot (314)
  • As you can see my user name highlighted below is al, whatever your user name is click on it. If using Android and you have placed the folders in the folder I advised of before you now click on ‘data’ Screenshot (315)
  • Now you will see ‘Documents’ or whichever folder you used to save your images. Using Android scroll to the bottom until you see ‘org.xbmc.kodi’ and click there.Screenshot (316)
  • Now finally you will see your folder or folders you have created in both Windows and Android. At this stage you will see all the folders you have created for your build, now choose the folder you need for the menu item you are currently working on.Screenshot (317)
  • After clicking on the folder you will then actually see a blank screen, do not be alarmed, just go across to and click ‘ok’ as highlighted below and all of your images in that folder will now be placed in that section of your build.Screenshot (318)
  • And in the future if you want to add or remove images from your build you only need to go to the corresponding folder, be it in Windows or Android and just add and delete there and they will be changed in your build, no need to go through all of the above again

 

Next, changing the fonts on your main menu bar, this and adding a splash of colour to your main menu bar can make a huge difference to how your completed build looks when finished.

I tried a few different sites whilst searching for fonts to use, most have very similar fonts and an absolute massive amount but I found that a site called Dafont.com was the easiest to navigate and easiest to download from, without any issues, you must always remember to click on the font and make sure that it is a .ttf file and not an .otf file, because the .otf file will not work in Kodi!

Again I am only familiar with Windows and Android but I am sure other devices can not be all that different once you can find the correct path into the files that require installing and changing.

After downloading the .ttf you have chosen the file will now be in downloads as a zip file in both Windows and Android(Use the HDfilemanager here), click on the zip file to open and copy the .ttf file only. For this I have chosen a font called LaurenScript.ttf Make sure to make an exact note of the name of the .ttf file, including upper and lower case and in some files there are also symbols used.


 

  • Once you have decided on a font you are happy with we will now place the file into the required folder. On Windows to find this folder first click ‘start’ then type %appdata% and click where it is highlighted below. If using Android click on ‘Device‘ then ‘AndroidScreenshot (295)
  • If using Android you must first choose the ‘data‘ folder, then scroll to the bottom and click the ‘org.xbmc.kodi‘ folder, then click on the ‘files‘ folder. Now in both Windows and Android choose the ‘kodi‘ folder.Screenshot (337)
  • Next click on the ‘addons‘ folder on both systems, Android and Windows.Screenshot (326)
  • Now scroll to the bottom of the files and click on ‘skin.aeon.nox.5‘ as highlighted below or whichever skin you are working with. Same on both systems.Screenshot (327)
  • Again the same on both systems, click on the ‘fonts‘ folder, as highlighted.Screenshot (328)
  • This screen is where you now paste the .ttf file you made a copy of earlier, again the same for both systems. As you can see below highlighted I have used LaurenScript.ttfScreenshot (329)
  • Then you need to go back a page and click the folder named ‘1080i‘ as highlighted.Screenshot (330)
  • On this page you now need to find the Font xml file. If you are using Windows you need to highlight were it says ‘Font‘ then right click and then choose to ‘Edit‘. At this point if you are using Android you only need to click on ‘Font’.Screenshot (334)
  • First I will show you how the Windows page you need to edit looks first. On Windows you scroll from left to right until you find <name>font_mainmenu</name> and then to the very right of that you will find the xml file you need to change manually. In the image below it says <filename>OriginalFont.ttf</filename>Screenshot (336)
  • As you can see below I have typed into where the name of the original font was. Remembering to type everything exactly as it was in the .ttf file, upper case, lower case etc. LaurenScriptScreenshot (335)
  • Also you need to scroll along further to the right until you find <size>110</size> in order to change the size of the font, I found in most cases this number needs to be reduced, as you can see highlighted below I have reduced this particular font to 70.Screenshot (338)
  • If you are using Android it is only a little different, instead of scrolling from left to right you just need to scroll down the page, it’s also a lot easier to find as all the files are stacked directly on top of one another. And the same as above, you just need to change the name of the .ttf file to the one you are using and directly underneath you can see you can also change the font size very easily.Screenshot (332)

All of that may have seemed a little daunting to some but I assure you after changing the fonts and size of the fonts a couple of times you will begin to find your way in and out of the required files in no time at all with ease.

Hopefully now the section you have worked on has started to look like the following:Screenshot (321)Screenshot (320)Screenshot (322)

As always I really hope this blog has been of some help to you. And if you ever need help with anything Kodi related feel free to follow me on twitter I am always available to help out if I can.

 

 

 

Install HD-Movie14 On Kodi

How To Install HD-Movie14 On Kodi

How To Install HD-Movie14 On Kodi

Currently not working try some alternatives click HERE

Mucky Duck has brought a new movie addon called HD-Movies14

Here The Guide To Install The Mucky duck repo follow these instructions:

  • Open Kodi
  • Select SYSTEM > File Manager
  • Select Add Source
  • Select None
  • Type the following http://muckys.mediaportal4kodi.ml and click Done
  • Highlight the box underneath Name the source Mucky
  • Select OK
  • Go back to your Home Screen
  • Select SYSTEM
  • Select Add-Ons
  • Select Install from Zip File
  • Select MuckyDuck
  • Select Repository.MDRepo-1.0.2.zip
  • Wait for Add-on enabled notification
  • Select Get Add-Ons or Install from Repository
  • Select Mucky Ducks Repo
  • Select Video Add-ons
  • Select HD-Movie14 addon
  • Select Install
  • Wait for Add-on enabled notification

How To Install Watch 1080P On Kodi

How To Install Watch 1080P On Kodi

Not currently working please try our alternatives click HERE

*Open Kodi
*Select SYSTEM > File Manager

*Select Add Source

*Select None

*Type the following EXACTLY http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and select Done

*Highlight the box underneath Enter a name for this media Source & type fusion & select OK

*Go back to your Home Screen
Select SYSTEM

*Select Add-Ons

*Select Install from zip file

*Select fusion

*Select kodi-repos

*Select english

*Select repository.metalkettle-x.x.x.zip

*Wait for Add-on enabled notification

*Select Install from repository or Get Add-Ons on Helix

*Select MetalKettles Addon Repository

*Select Video Add-Ons

*Select Watch 1080p

*Select Install

*Wait for Add-on enabled notification

Watch 1080p will now installed

How to install Watch Movies

How to install Watch Movies in FULL HD 1080p on KODI

How to install Watch Movies

A new movies addon by MuckyDuck with movies at FULL HD 1080p quality. The streams are reasonable fast and although you can find also lower quality streams, mostly there will be at 1080p.
Very easy to navigate through the various categories, you can even select by genre, country and year , very handy the search option if you need to look for a specific movie!

Install MD Watch TV Series:

  1. Open Kodi
  2. Select SYSTEM > File Manager
  3. Select Add Source
  4. Select None
  5. Type the following EXACTLY http://muckys.mediaportal4kodi.ml/ and select Done
  6. Highlight the box underneath Enter a name for this media Source, type muckys & Select OK
  7. Go back to your Home Screen
  8. Select SYSTEM
  9. Select Add-Ons
  10. Select Install from zip file
  11. Select muckys
  12. Select repository.mdrepo-x.x.x.zip
  13. Wait for Add-on enabled notification
  14. Select Install from Repository or Get Add-Ons (on Helix)
  15. Select Mucky Ducks Repo
  16. Select Video Add-ons
  17. Select Watch TV Series
  18. Select Install
  19. Wait for Add-on enabled notification

Watch TV Series is now installed. As usual the add-on can be accessed via VIDEOS > Add-Ons > Watch TV Series from your home screen.

The Beast Build Kodi

The New Beast Encore KODI Build 2016 by ChrisB, Review and how to install!

The New Beast Encore KODI

Not sure this version is working but we have a new install guide for the beast builds kodi please click HERE

The Beast Build Kodi are also available from Echo Wizards community build section click HERE to install that way.

This is the latest version of the Beast Encore by ChrisB, the 2016 version based on the Hybrid skin with all the goodies that the guru selected and mixed for an awesome, small sized & light-weight build that can be installed on any device, from a Firestick to a high end super desktop computer!
This is a family build, with the best addons for Movies, TV Shows, Live TV, Live Sports, Kids and more in an small sized file which extracted on your device is only 260-270Mb!

Install The Beast Build Kodi:

  1. Visit http://thebeastkodi.com/ and select Wizard from the menu
  2. Register for a free account
  3. When logged in, select verify and then login once again
  4. You will get the message that your account is now verified
  5. Go back to KODI and select from the submenu under SYSTEM, FILE MANAGER
  6. Double click on ADD SOURCE
  7. Enter http://spartanpixel.net/beast and click DONE
  8. Leave beast as a name and click on OK
  9. Go to HOME and select SYSTEM
  10. Select ADDONS
  11. Select INSTALL FROM ZIP
  12. Select the red icon labeled beast
  13. Select the Download_this_wizard.zip
  14. Once it is installed go to HOME
  15. Select PROGRAM ADDONS
  16. Press ‘C’ from your keyboard or right click and select settings over The Beast Wizard entry
  17. Enter your email & password
  18. Click on OK and then
  19. Select The Beast Wizard
  20. Select The Beast Build you prefer from thelist
  21. Wait for the wizard to download and extract the build
  22. When finished click on OK and unplug the external device from power or click OK, FORCE CLOSE if on Windows, Linux, OpenELEC or OS X.
  23. Restart KODI and have fun with your new BUILD!
Install Aeuko Facelift Kodi

Install Aeuko Facelift KODI Build Now! + Hidden XXX Adult Section

Install Aeuko Facelift Kodi

This great build is no longer working hopefully it will return one day, but you can click on this link for alternative builds click HERE

Aeuko Facelift is the updated version of the original Aeuko Build for KODI that was already a great build but in this update is more beautiful, more complete and comes bundled also with a hidden adult section as well. Also has only the greatest addons on IPTV, Movies, TV Shows, Music, Kids and an excellent Sports & 3 PM Live Sports section.
The installation process is very easy either through the Aeuko wizard or with the kodi team Wizard

Install instructions:

  1. Select from the submenu under SYSTEM, FILE MANAGER
  2. Double click on ADD SOURCE
  3. Enter http://comrepo.netau.net/ and click DONE
  4. Enter the name CR and click on OK
  5. Go to HOME and select SYSTEM
  6. Select ADDONS
  7. Select INSTALL FROM ZIP
  8. Select the red icon labeled CR
  9. Select ..The Community Repo
  10. Select Repository
  11. Select repository.communityrepo-1.3.zip
  12. Once it is installed and refreshed select INSTALL FROM REPOSITORY
  13. Select The Community Repository
  14. Select Program Add-ons
  15. Select aeuko and on the next screen click on INSTALL
  16. Go to HOME and select PROGRAMS
  17. Select Aeuko Wizard
  18. Select the Aeuko Facelift Build
  19. When the wizard has finished extracting the files, force close KODI and have fun with your new BUILD!

 

error: Content is protected !!
[index]
[index]
[523.251,659.255,783.991]
[523.251,659.255,783.991]
[523.251,659.255,783.991]
[523.251,659.255,783.991]