Watch UEFA Euro 2016 on Kodi!

  • 10 June 2016 |
  • Published in Video

Are you a great football fan? If yes, for sure you don't want to miss out UEFA Euro 2016. Now you can watch great matches in HD quality on Kodi this month!

The 2016 UEFA European Championship, commonly referred to as UEFA Euro 2016 or Euro 2016, is the 15th edition of the UEFA European Championship, the quadrennial international men's football championship of Europe organized by UEFA every four years.

This year, UEFA European Championship takes place at 10 different arenas in France from June 10-July 10. Total of 24 teams competing in this tournament:


Effortless VPN Client Set Up on Kodi (XBMC) / Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 / OSMC: OpenVPN Set Up Step-by-Step Guide for Privacy, Security and Geo-Restrictions Removal

Hello there, I just released a new book today.

My new book "Effortless VPN Client Set Up on Kodi (XBMC) / Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 / OSMC: OpenVPN Set Up Step-by-Step Guide for Privacy, Security and Geo-Restrictions Removal" released on Jun 1st 2016 at Amazon Kindle store.

Many people are frustrated that there are very limited information of VPN installation on Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 / Kodi / OSMC. Most of the article focus on technical aspect of installation via Linux command. There is also lack of detail step by step guide for non technical Kodi users.

Look no further. This is the book you have been waiting for!



Effortless Kodi (XBMC) Installation with Raspberry Pi 2 and 3: The Only Raspberry Pi 2 / 3 Kodi (XBMC) Step-by-Step Installation Guide You Will Ever Need

Hello there, I have a book for you!

My new book "Effortless Kodi (XBMC) Installation with Raspberry Pi 2 and 3: The Only Raspberry Pi 2 / 3 Kodi (XBMC) Step-by-Step Installation Guide You Will Ever Need" released on Mar 7th 2016 at Amazon Kindle store.

I was using Raspberry Pi 2 to demonstrate Kodi installation for the first edition. Raspberry Pi 3 was released on the same month and now I have updated my book with 2nd Edition.

It is also on Amazon Best Sellers chart until today. Thank you to all my readers.


Tutorial How to install SALTS for Kodi 16.0 Jarvis using SuperRepo

  • 30 March 2017 |
  • Published in Add-ons

June 19 2017 Update: SALTs is also in the new Exodus repo, so 1 install guide = 2 great Kodi addons update on your system! The current version is v2.0.196.

Download Exodus Repository 3.0 from HERE

June 11 2017 Update. tknorris no longer the developer of SALTS. The new developer is k3l3vra and this addon is now in new repository.  

Uninstall the Stream All The Sources addon you currently have installed and install the latest one. The current version is v2.0.195.

Direct install SALTS  repository from here.

Stream All The Sources or SALTS is one of my favorite video addons. It is a very popular video addon for Kodi that allows you to get streams from many different sources, giving you a large number of working, high definition sources at your TV screen. Users can also manually configure SALTS after installation to optimize movies search results. Furthermore, SALTS supports integration to keep your video collections and lists synchronized across devices.

SALTS is developed by same people that created 1Channel. It has replaced GENESIS in some aspects and has a proven track record of consistent updates and maintenance. It has everything we need in a high quality addon. If you know how to configure SALTS and control source results to better suit your own preferentces, then you might find SALTS is the ONLY video addon you need.

There are few ways to download and install SALTS into your Kodi. Here I show you the easiest way to install through SuperRepo Repository. In the next article, I will show you how to install SALTS directly from the source to your devices.

So here we go...


Tutorial How to Install SuperRepo (Worlds largest Kodi addons repository) Kodi XBMC

There are various ways to install video addons for your home entertainment. You can install repository with lots of video/music/programs addons or direct installation compressed add-ons (zipped files) individually.

The easiest one is to install repository with thousands of add-ons and SuperRepo is one such giant repository. This repository has over 3.000 unique addons including the top 10 video addons (1Channel, Icefilms...) and best live sport streams.

SuperRepo is an unofficial index for addons compatible with Kodi and XBMC. It does not maintain the addons, but make it easy to download them from within Kodi without installing a 'third party addon store'.

So here we go...


Tutorial How to install Kodi 16.0 Jarvis

  • 27 February 2016 |
  • Published in Kodi

Kodi team announced the release of version 16.0 - Jarvis (yes, named after Tony Stark's computer Jarvis) on Feb 21. 2016. This version provides various improvements:

  • The new Event Logging enabled a better communication with Kodi users.
  • A long press feature added to remote controls and pull up the context menu.
  • Supports stretching 4:3 content to 16:9 in a way that doesn’t warp the content that’s occurring in the center of the screen.
  • Enhancement to Add-on Manager and music library.
  • DirectX 11 for Kodi in Windows platform
  • Improved support for the new HEVC/H265 media decoding
  • and many more...

In this tutorial, I will show you steps to install Kodi on you Desktop Windows PC.


What is Kodi?

  • 26 February 2016 |
  • Published in Kodi

Kodi(formerly known as XBMC) is an award-winning FREE and OPEN SOURCE (GPL) software media center for playing videos, music, pictures, games, and more. Kodi/XBMC has become one of the best home entertainment systems available used around the world, and all for free. Initially called XBMC (Xbox Media Center) it has evolved leaving behind the hardware limitations of the original Xbox and changing its name to Kodi. Kodi runs on Linux, OS X, Windows, iOS, and Android. Kodi can be installed on many things from a cheap Desktop/ Laptop to a Raspberry Pi 2. Dedicated media center boxes and Android sticks can also be bought with Kodi pre-installed. It allows users to play and view most videos, music, podcasts, and other digital media files from local and network storage media and the internet.

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