If you are new to Kodi, this guide is for you. In this post, I will be focusing on (unofficial) Kodi video add-on only as that is the most important part when you have Kodi installed on your Android device.
Since you are reading this post, that means you already installed Kodi on your Android device and now are looking for a way of how to watch movies, dramas and television shows for free. Am I right?
Note: What I am going to share here might not be an official release from Team Kodi. So if you have any issue for below video add-on, do not go and post your issue in Kodi forum. You can let me know in the comment below and I’ll try to help you.
Kodi video add-on setup guide for beginner
Basically, there are lots of unofficial Kodi video add-ons you can choose from and here is the easy and quick way you can install them in your Kodi.
I assume you already install Kodi on your Android device, if not, please go here to download and install. Now, when your Kodi installation is complete. Follow below guides:
Step 1: Install SuperRepo repository. Go here to read how to install SuperRepo repository.
Step 2: Add Fusion Installer. Go here to read how to add Fusion Installer.
Step 3: Install my top 5 recommended Kodi video add-ons. Read this post to see the top 5 best Kodi video add-ons in 2016. Or you can learn how to install them manually here.
Step 5: If you installed too many video add-ons and want to get rid from some of them, read this post.
Step 6: Want more video add-on? Type “Kodi” in the search box and hit “Enter” or click here. You will find a lot more Kodi video add-ons together with the installation guide.
Once completed the installation, all your Kodi video add-on can be found at Video > Video add-ons.
Step 7: Select any video add-on, click on any video you want to watch. It will display all available video from various sources. Personally, I would stream video in HD from YMOVIE or ONEMOVIE source.