If you’ve installed addons for Kodi, you’ll know it can be a long process to add a repository source, install repo then the addon. With addon installer it’s a lot easier.
With addon installer, you’ll have access to hundreds of addons, all of which can be installed with a click of a button. Addon installer is now part of an addon called Indigo, so see below for how to install. (Kodi 16.1 & 17 instructions)
- Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
- Select “Add Source”
- Select the box which says “None”
- Type http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and click “Done”
- Go to the box underneath which says “Enter a name for this media source” and type “Fusion” before clicking “OK”
- Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
- Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
- Select “Install from zip file”
- Select “fusion”
- Select “Begin-here” and click plugin.program.indigo-x.x.x.zip
- After you see the “Add-on Enabled” notification, indigo is now ready to use.
- From your Kodi home screen, select “Programs > Indigo”
- Once in Indigo, select “Addon Installer”
- When in Addon Installer, you can now install your addons (using search, view the most popular etc).