Our tutorial today we will show you to install Fanriffic Build on Kodi 17 Krypton. Fanriffic Kodi 17 Build Skins are really nice. The skins Fanriffic does are clean and very well maintained. If you are wanting awesome looking Kodi 17 Build’s. Fanriffic’s Builds have some really nice background images and an excellent user interface. We are you from his hard work and images below there will be a quality looking build for you. Having followed Fanriffic from his early days on Kodi he certainly puts the work in. Have a look at the images below they look awesome on your Kodi device once installed.
Firstly if you have the Community Wizard installed on your device go to Program Addons click on that. Next go to Community Wizard Builds section and click there and you will see Durex Kodi 17 Build. If you don’t have the Community Wizard installed follow the instructions below and you will have Dark Minds Kodi 17 Build installed in 5 minutes
Install Fanriffic Builds on Kodi 17:
Open Kodi Device.
Make sure you enable Unknown Sources (Addons-Settings Enable Unknown Sources)
Now back to Home Screen
Select Settings Button
Go to File Manager
Select Add Source and type exactly http://thecommunityrepo.esy.es/zip
On the box below type Com Repo click OK
Go back to Home Screen
Select the Addon Browser button
Go to Install from zip file.
Click the file labeled Community Repo
Wait for the notification message on your device.
Open Install from Repository
Select Community Repo
Choose Program Addons
Select Community Wizard
Go to Install
Select Program Addons
Click on Community Wizard
Select Community Builds
Open FanrifficKodi 17 Build
Now select Community Wizard Fresh Install
Select Continue and the Fresh Install will start then the Fanriffic Build will extract.
Once done Select Force Close and re-open Kodi give it a few minutes to load.
Below is some images from each build have a look and pick what best suits you.
Fanriffic Base Build for Kodi 17
To Install Fanriffic Black Glass on Kodi 17
Install Fanriffic Build With No Name on Kodi 17
The new Fanriffic Build Furious Five MKI & MKII on Kodi 17
Now to Install Fanriffic Build Xonfluence Slyk on Kodi 17
How To Install Fanriffic Silvo Sky Build Kodi 17
Install Simpsons Build On Kodi 17
Remember one thing this Addon is not related with kodi.tv and is a third party Kodi Addon. Please don’t post any question related to this Addon on official Kodi forum(forum.kodi.tv). If you face any kind of problem in installing Fanriffic Builds on Kodi then feel free to contact us.
Tutorial How to install Brettus Streams Addon KODI
Review how to install Brettus Streams, a huge addon with a ton of content!!! Live USA & UK TV / IPTV, fantastic Movie section with Full HD 1080p quality, HD and SD as well, 3D Movies, Kids and Animated Movies, Documentaries, TV Shows, Fitness! What else you need??
Make sure you install brettus streams addon to your kodi device you wont be disappointed really easy to do and excellent kodi addon to have.
Select from the submenu under SYSTEM, FILE MANAGER
Double click on ADD SOURCE
Enter http://brettus.netai.net/ and click DONE (or MIRROR from: http://biggysstreams.comli.com/Repo/)
Enter the name Brettus and click on OK
Go to HOME and select SYSTEM
Select INSTALL FROM ZIP
Select the red icon labeled Brettus
Congratulations! You have successfully installed Brettus Streams KODI addon on your device!
Review of the YOKA TV KB2, An Android TV 64bit with an S912 Octacore Amlogic CPU, 2 GB of RAM, 32 Gb of internal eMMC, mali T820 GPU, Dual Band Wifi, Bluetooth v4.0, Android 6 Marshmallow.
Also on the price is a very intersting product, infact you can buy it from Gearbest for just $65.99 / €60.05 / £51.20 and free shipping: http://www.gearbest.com/tv-box-mini-pc/pp_436945.html?lkid=10116142 YOKA TV KB2 specifications:
SoC – Amlogic S912 octo-core ARM Cortex A53 processor @ up to 2.0GHz with ARM Mali-T820MP3 GPU @ up to 750MHz
System Memory – 2GB DDR3
Storage – 32GB eMMC flash, micro SD slot up to 32GB
Video Output – HDMI 2.0a with HDR, CEC + 3.5mm AV jack
Audio Output – HDMI, AV, and optical S/PDIF
Connectivity – Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n/ac, and Bluetooth 4.0 with external antenna
USB – 2x USB 2.0 ports
Misc – IR receiver, power/standby LED, recovery pin hole
Power Supply – 5V/2A
Dimensions – 109 x 109 x 21 mm
So I’ve been checking out and using on a regular bases the Wetek Play device, this device caught my attention earlier in the year and I was waiting for some of the big hitters in the UK to grab and promote this device as I thought this has seriously potential, but no….I hadn’t seen any top media box sellers push this device and I thought it was down to spec factors, but then I checked it out and that could’t be the case as it’s ranked very high……so it was time for me to get chatting with the Appnettv team and get them to check it out themselves as I thought it was a device that could change the way we stream in many ways.
The Wetek Play is a dual booting device that can run on various operating systems and boy do they run smooth!
Below is my video on what I’m currently using it for….even though I’ve had this for a couple of months I’m still learning new things and creating new things with this device and that what makes me realise that this just isn’t any old media box, it has serious potential and I’ve only probably scratched the surface. I’ve even got some ideas that could potentially make the experience even better…if that’s possible.
This is the first device I’ve come across that you can use it for multiple operating systems (dual booting) with complete ease and works like a charm, the added bonuses of dual tuners make it even more awesome, I guess we all dreamed of a device like this years ago…..and it seems that it’s here.
Thank you for taking your time in watching my full review on the Wetek Play, I know it was long but i hope I touched on some cool things that is possible with this device. I think there is so much more it can do and with Appnettv behind them, the Wetek Play will be a household name in no time.
Visit www.Appnettv.co.uk to view all different Wetek Play device bundles you can buy along with the full range of accessories for the device along with any questions you may have regarding this device or if your in two minds on what one suits your needs.
When I first entered the Kodi fray seriously just over a year ago, I got the impression that an OpenElec device would be the best way to go, it seemed to have the edge over Android based boxes that were saturating the market. (I had previously had 2 android boxes which in my opinion were slow, and cumbersome).
So i bought a Openelec device with a decent specification and was more than happy. I did not believe that an Android box could get anywhere near Openelec. Until Now!
Nvidia Shield TV. 4K Streaming, Advanced Gaming, and Android TV and the best bit it will run Kodi. Intrigued I take a closer look.
It’s a sleek black unit, which when you remove it from the box is unexpectedly heavy weighing in at 654grams / 23 oz. It feels extremely compact and well made, solid if I had to choose a single word. It is quite angular with a raised triangular shape which incorporates a Green light when switched on. The Shield angles down from edge to edge again following a angular theme.
The packaging is big, a big white box which is incredibly deep with the Nvidia Shield positioned centrally on the front of the box.
However it does contain every thing you need to just plug and play.
There are 2 controllers available for the Shield. The Gamepad which comes with the device has the ability to switch on the device, adjust the volume and initiate voice control. Looks wise it looks like any games console controller.
Then there is the Remote, which looks really neat, with a slide control for the volume. On both you have the ability to plug in your headphones so you can leave the rest of your family in peace.
NVIDIA® Tegra® X1 processor with a 256-core GPU and 3 GB RAM
7.1 and 5.1 surround sound pass through over HDMI
High-resolution audio playback up to 24-bit/192 kHz over HDMI and USB
High-resolution audio up-sample to 24-bit/192 kHz over USB
Supports: AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MP3, WAVE, AMR, OGG Vorbis, FLAC, PCM, WMA, WMA-Pro, WMA-Lossless, DD+/DTS (pass-through), DTS-HD MA (pass-through), Dolby TrueHD (pass-through)
16 GB and 500 GB (Note: portion of storage occupied by system software)
802.11ac 2×2 MIMO 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Wi-Fi
Two USB 3.0 (Type A)
IR receiver (compatible with Logitech Harmony)
WEIGHT AND SIZE
Weight: 23 oz / 654 g
Height: 1.0 in / 25 mm
Width: 8.3 in / 210 mm
Depth: 5.1 in / 130 mm
Android 5.1 (Lollipop) powered by Android TV and Google Cast
Google Play Store
Google Play Movies & TV
Google Play Music
Photos & Videos
As you can see above it certainly does not lack in anyway compared to a Openelec device. There are plenty of ports located on the side to connect with including a Micros Sd slot for memory expansion should you require it. ( This should not be detrimental to the Shield now as you can get Micro SD cards up to 200gb now).
Setup is effectively plug and play. Once plugged in and running it will guide you through certain options including Google Play account, WIFI connections. Once that is done you are into the home screen. As you would be in any Android device.
The Home Screen is incredibly easy to navigate. You have 4 rows of quite big tiles. The top row is essentially Recommended tiles for you based on what you have been watching,listening or playing.
On the 2nd row incorporates the Shield Hub. Shield Games, Geforce Now, and Netflix.
On the 3rd row you have your Apps. Anything you install will appear hear. They will move along dependent on how often you use them.
On the 4th and final row, You have the Settings tile, Network settings, Controller settings, and finally the Power tile.
Below are a couple of screen shots for you to get the feel of what some of these Apps look like.
Now I am no gamer however the graphics on the Nvidia Shied are very very good, especially when you consider these are being streamed.
Geforce Now is where you can get 50 mainstream PC games streamed from there servers. There is a 3 month trial after which you can carry on subscription for a minimal £7.49 a month.
There are also games available from Shield Games. These are available from Google Play with some free titles available along with paid titles.
Below are a couple of screen shots of Batman Arkham Origins and Dirt3.
Impressed? I was.
Now we get to the bit where we should all be interested Kodi.
Kodi does not come pre-installed and at the time of setting the Shield up you could not get it through the Play Store you had to download Apk and install manually. However at the time of writing you are now able to install via the Play Store.
Once installed its extremely easy select the Kodi tile and off you go. Just as you would on your Smart Phone or Android device.
This will then take you into the initial setup, Keyboard etc. You are then free to install any add-ons you require. The Kodi version is Isengard 15.2 which runs smoothly, I have not found any issues when playing video or streaming TV. Add-ons and Repositories are installed exactly the same way, everything works in the same way as any other device.
It is buttery smooth when scrolling through the menu, menus load instantly, no lag. You can install new skins or builds as you like. Instead of me tapping away how about some more screen shots.
The only downside for on the Kodi front is the ability to type using the Nvidia Shield controller, It’s a pain in the proverbial. You need a Bluetooth keyboard for this or a combined air-mouse/keyboard.
The Nvidia Shield is an elegant, powerful machine that can and will cover any and all your Home Entertainment needs. It is reasonably priced, easy to use, looks good and best of all runs Kodi smoothly. There are some cool features as well Voice search, which works just like Google Now, ask it any question, even not related to content on the Shield.
So does the Nvidia Shield an Android based box get anywhere near a HTPC? My opinion is it certainly does with the added benefit of having a multitude of other functionality that will meet the modern Home Entertainment needs.