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Install the new “cCloud” IPTV Addon for Kodi

After going offline for a while, cCloud is back, providing over 1000 IPTV channels from around the world. To install..

If this is the first third party Addon or Build you're adding to Kodi, click here for details on how to enable Addons from Unknown Sources in Kodi

  • With Kodi Open, Click the Settings “Gear” Icon
  • With the setting menu open, click System Setting
  • With the system settings open, click “Addons” from the left hand menu. (If you can’t see “addons”, make sure you’ve clicked “Advanced” on the bottom left of the menu to enable to Addons settings).
    After clicking Addons, click the “Unknown Sources” button so it turns white.
  • Once you click “Unknown Sources”, a box will pop up ensuring you’re OK to allow third party addons. Just click “OK”
  1. 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.”)
  2. Select “Add Source”
  3. Select the box which says “None”
  4. Type http://kod1help.com/kod1/ and click “Done”
  5. Go to the box underneath which says “Enter a name for this media source” and type “ccloud” before clicking “OK”
  6. 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.
  7. Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  8. Select “Install from zip file”
  9. Select “ccloud” from the list of file sources (folders)
  10. Select “1. KODI VIDEO ADD-ONS” then select “plugin.video.ccloudtv-x.x.x.zip”
  11. Wait for the “Add-on Enabled” notification and you’ll find cCloud in your Video Addons

Don’t forget to check out our other Kodi Addon Guides here.

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