Learn how to add Fusion Installer and install Indigo Tool add-on on your Kodi and to configure and gain access to all the best Kodi repositories and add-ons. Fusion Installer is a link that enables you to access to TV Addons server and Indigo Tool is the program to configure Kodi add-ons.
Add Fusion Installer: You can add Fusion Installer into your Kodi source and later install any add-on manually by installing from the available repositories.
Install Indigo Tool: You can install Indigo Tool after adding Fusion Installer and user their configuration wizard or addon installer to install any add-ons if you preferred so.
Disclaimer: I do not maintain Fusion Installer and Indigo Tool or have any affiliation with the developer. Fusion Installer is a third-party add-on which is also not related to Kodi Team. So, if you have any issue related to any repositories or add-ons installed from Fusion Installer, please do not post your question on Kodi forum.
Note: For Kodi 17 Krypton add-on installation guide, please refer to this post.
How to add Fusion Installer Kodi add-on
Step 1: Open Kodi.
Step 2: At Home Screen, select “SYSTEM” and select “File manager”.
Step 3: From the list, select “Add source”.
Step 4: In “Add Files source” window, click “NONE” and enter the following URL exactly: http://fusion.tvaddons.ag
Step 5: Once done, click “Done” button.
Step 6: In “Enter the name for this media source.” box, type “Fusion” and click “Done”.
Step 7: Once done, click “OK”.
Done! Basically, these are the only steps to add Fusion Installer to your Kodi source.
How to install Indigo Tool Kodi add-on
Step 1: At Home Screen, select “SYSTEM” and select “Settings”.
Step 2: From menu on the left, select “Add-ons”.
Step 3: From the list, select “Install from zip file”.
Step 4: From the list of files, select “Fusion” > “begin-here” > “plugin.program.indigo-xxx.zip (xxx is the file version).
Step 5: Wait for the enabled notification at the bottom right of the screen.
Step 6: Go back to Home Screen, select “PROGRAMS”.
Step 7: From the list of programs, select “Indigo” to launch Indigo Tool.
Step 8: Wait for a few seconds for Indigo Tool to initialize.
Done! Once Indigo Tool is installed, you can use the easy configuration wizard to setup and maximize your Kodi or you can install your preferred Kodi add-ons and enable them one by one.