How To Install Kodi On Fire Stick and Fire TV Cube

About Kodi

Kodi is probably the most popular (and infamous) media player in the streaming world. Using this program, you can install an almost endless variety of third-party “addons”, many of which allow you to stream free TV, movies, sports, and so much more. Kodi truly changed the game when it was released in 2015, and has faced it’s fair share of controversy over the years. Read on for our full guide on how to install Kodi!

What Does Kodi Do?

Kodi is an open-source media platform. This means that Kodi does not actually provide any content itself, but it does allow you to install an incredible variety of third-party “addons.” These addons are created and maintained by independent developers and provide all types of streaming content. You can find addons that stream shows, movies, live TV, sports, PPV, adult, you name it. Many people use Kodi addons to completely replace cable.

There are some downsides to this, however. There is no guarantee that the content these addons provide is legal in your country, so you do have to be careful about guarding your privacy (ideally by using a VPN). Kodi addons are regularly getting shut down by authorities due to copyright complaints, so an addon that works for you for months may not work tomorrow. Luckily, there are new ones popping up every day, so you will always have options.

Your experience using Kodi will depend on the types of addons you choose to install.


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Kodi Features:

  • Allows you to install an incredible amount of third party addons
  • Completely free
  • Easy to download and use
  • Endlessly customizable

How To Install Kodi on Fire Stick and Fire TV

First, we must enable Apps from unknown sources." This typically only needs to be done once.
(If you have already done this, skip this section.)

  1. From the home screen of your Fire TV, scroll over to “Settings”
  2. Scroll to the right and select “Device”
  3. Scroll to the right and select “Device”
  4. Scroll down and select “Developer options”
  5. Select “Apps from Unknown Sources” to turn the option to “ON”
  1. From the main screen of your Firestick or Fire TV, go to Settings

  2. Go to My Fire TV

  3. Go to Developer Options

  4. Click on Apps from Unknown Sources and turn them On

  5. Go to the Search function on your Fire TV main screen and search for the Downloader app

  6. The Downloader app should be the first one you see. Click on it hit Install

  7. Open the Downloader app and type this address into the search bar exactly as written: Click Go

  8. On the next screen, scroll down and click the Android Icon

  9. Scroll down to the “V17.6 Krypton” section and click the ARMV7A (32 BIT) option

  10. After it downloads, click Install

  11. After it installs, click Open

  12. Congrats! Kodi is now installed. Happy streaming!

Wrapping Up

Kodi is a game-changing streaming platform that gives you access to a whole world of third party streaming addons. How you choose to use them is up to you, although we always recommend having a good VPN if you are using Kodi.

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