How to use Kodi on a Mac
Using Kodi on a Mac is as simple as moving your mouse around and clicking on what you want to select - it's only when you want to browse and install add-ons that things get a little bit confusing. There is, however, a way that you can easily browse almost every add-on available at once, and that's by using Addon Installer. But before you can install Addon Installer, you must add it's repository to your Kodi. To do that, follow these instructions:
- Open Kodi, navigate to the System tab and select 'File manager'.
- Double click 'Add Source' to add a new repository.
- Select 'None', replace it with the following URL: http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and click done, name the repository and click OK to add it.
That should add Fusion as a repository on Kodi, allowing you to install the Addon Installer. Next, we'll show you how to install and use the installer, which acts as an App Store for third-party add-ons:
Go back to the Home Screen, select System > Settings > Add-Ons.
- Select 'Install from Zip file', double click Fusion, open the 'start-here' folder and install "plugin.program.addoninstaller-1.1.7.zip" (the version number may be different depending on when you read this).
- Return to the Home screen, select Programs and open Addon Installer. This will install the add-on to Kodi, allowing you to browse the vast selection of add-ons available.
- Once installed, double click the Addon Installer icon to open it and start browsing the available add-ons. Once you find one you like, click it to install it and use it.
That's about it! You'll be using Kodi for all your media streaming needs in no time.
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