Update: Many users are reporting that Exodus is not working on Kodi. Well, Exodus is not updating anymore after demise of TVAddons. You may try other Kodi Addons such as Covenant.
Installed the all-new Kodi 17 Krypton with Estuary skin recently? Want to know how to install Exodus on Kodi 17 Krypton? This post is all about that! As you are probably aware, Kodi 17 is one of the most popular media center solutions available today. A new version of Kodi 17 called Krypton is now available on the Play Store for download. Kodi 17 Krypton comes with a new default skin called Estuary. A special version – Estouchy – is available for touchscreen devices.
Without further ado, let’s dive straight into the step-by-step guide for how to install Exodus on Kodi 17 Krypton.
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How to Install Exodus on Kodi
Follow these steps to install Exodus on Kodi 17 Krypton –
Step 1: Click on Settings (gear icon) that you see on the top left.
Step 2: Click on File Manager.
Step 3: Click on Add Source.
Step 4: Enter http://fusion.tvaddons.ag/ in the field for “Enter the paths or browse for the media locations”. Enter fusion in the field which says “Enter a name for this media source”. Then hit OK. See the image below –
Step 5: You should now be able to see “fusion” in File Manager.
Step 6: Head back to the home screen. Select Add-ons.
Step 7: Click on the Settings (gear icon) that you see on the top left of the screen.
Step 8: Select Add-ons tab and ensure Unknown Sources is enabled. By default it is disabled. You have to enable this to install third-party add-ons.
Step 9: Head back to the Add-ons screen. Now select Add-on Browser icon (the one on the top left corner, see image below).
Step 10: Since we are about to install the repository, select Install from zip file.
Step 11: Now head to fusion -> kodi-repos -> English. Then click on repository.exodus-1.0.1.zip to install the repository. After the installation is complete, you will see a notification in the top right corner that says the add-on is enabled (Note that the number ‘1.01’ may change according to versions).
Step 12: To install the Exodus add-on, you have to now select Install from repository.
Step 13: After you select Install from repository, you will see Exodus repository listed. Click on Exodus repository.
Step 14: Now select Video add-ons.
Step 15: As shown in the image below, select Exodus
Step 16: After selecting Exodus, click on Install option (bottom right corner). Once you hit Install, the add-on will be downloaded and installed. Be patient until you see a notification which says Exodus add-on is enabled.
Step 17: After success installation, you will see a tick mark beside Exodus, as shown below:
Step 18: Now, head back to home screen and select the Add-ons tab. You should see the list of installed add-ons on the right panel. Since we just installed Exodus, we will be able to see this on the right panel, as shown below:
Step 19: After you select Exodus, you will be able to navigate through TV shows, Movies, New Movies, New Episodes and other options.
Linking your Account
Now that you know how to install Exodus on Kodi, it’s also important to know how to link your IMDb or Trakt account. Linking permits you to use My Movies and My TV Shows sections to manage your lists and collections. We recommend you do this mainly because Exodus doesn’t come with library integration. To enable Trakt or premium accounts, follow these steps –
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Step 1: Head to Tools -> SETTINGS: Accounts from Exodus Main Menu.
Step 2: If you wish to enable Scrobble (considering you have authorized Trakt), head to General. Now change Indicators to Trakt. Besides enabling watched status sync between Kodi and Trakt, doing so enables new features in My TV Shows and My Movies sections.
That’s it, folks! Hope this post has answered everything about “how to install Exodus on Kodi 17 Krypton”. Do let us know if you faced any bottlenecks while following the steps outlined above.