Cleaning, restoring and backing up your kodi

Installing Kodi the long-winded way:

If, for some reason, you can't download Kodi from the Google Play Store, here’s another way to install it onto your Android TV device.

Go to Android TV’s “Settings” panel and scroll to “Security & Restrictions”.
Turn on “Unknown Sources” to allow for installation of apps outside of the Google Play Store.
Download Kodi for Android from Kodi’s download page – depending on your hardware, you need to select either the ARM or x86 version.
Copy the downloaded .apk file to Google Drive or a USB drive and plug it into your Android TV.
Navigate to where you saved the .apk file using ES File Explorer or any other file management app.
Open the .apk file to be asked if you’d like to install Kodi and select “Install”.
Once the file has finished transferring across to your device, you’ll be asked once again if you’d like to install Kodi. Select “Install”.
Kodi will install and work exactly as if it was downloaded from the Google Play Store.
Configure Kodi so you can see the content you have stored in the network.
Done.

Kodi is probably the ultimate streaming solution, but like any service that uses the internet, you're at the mercy of your broadband or data connection. When you’re connected to a high-speed internet connection, Kodi can look lush – but when your connection isn't the best, things can get… ropey. Here’s how stop buffering on Kodi.


Backup is a useful Kodi add-on, which lets you save your Kodi configuration to different remote path types like your local storage or cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive. With the add-on, you can export your Kodi database, playlists, add-ons along with other configuration details. These backups can be restored on demand or you can even schedule them.

Cleaning, restoring and backing up

If you watch a lot of films and sport, or movies, you’ll love Kodi. Simply put, Kodi – or XBMC as it used to be called – is a streaming app that lets you watch pretty much anything – whether it’s locally stored on a hard drive, or on the internet. Kodi is open-source, and that means it can be modified and tailored to suit your needs – and there’s a huge range of addons that let you do that.

Whether you want to access your Netflix account, watch anime or listen to the radio – there’s a Kodi extension for you. To make things easier, we’ve put together a list of the 14 best Kodi addons in 2017.

What is Kodi?

Simply put, Kodi is open-source software designed specifically with home entertainment in mind – and it's totally free. Although it was originally created for the Microsoft Xbox and called Xbox Media Center (XBMC), the software has continued to evolve - spawning a community of its own.

What makes UK Turks Playlists one of the best addons you can get right now? Simply put, it offers a variety of content, from cartoons and documentaries to comedy and fitness shows. If that sounds like the sort of thing you’d be interested in, read our quick installation tutorial here.

The 1Channel Primewire extension is one of the most popular Kodi addons in 2017, and that's because it features pretty much everything. In fact, if you’re not too bothered about customising Kodi, 1Channel Primewire could – alongside Exodus or Specto – be one of the only addons you’ll need. Interested? In this quick tutorial, we’ll show you how to download the 1Channel Primewire addon.



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