How to Install Phoenix Kodi (Jarvis & Krypton)

By January 24, 2017Kodi

This is a classic Kodi add-on and definitely one of the best. It is run by a great team of playlisters with a huge amount of content available


 

This add-on is not supported by the Kodi team. Please do not post questions on the forum.kodi.tv website relating to this add-on. Use the TVAddons forum for help and updates.

This add-on and its repo are available through fusion. If you already have fusion then just go straight to step 8

To Install Phoenix on Kodi:

  • Open Kodi
  • Select SYSTEM > File Manager
  • Select Add Source
  • Select None
  • Type the following EXACTLY http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and select Done
  • Highlight the box underneath Enter a name for this media Source, type fusion & select OK
  • Go back to your Home Screen
  • Select SYSTEM
  • Select Add-Ons
  • Select Install from zip file
  • Select fusion
  • Select kodi-repos
  • Select english
  • Select repository.xbmchub-x.x.x.zip
  • Wait for Add-on enabled notification
  • Select Install from repository
  • Select TVADDONS.ag Addon Repository
  • Select Video add-ons
  • Select Phoenix
  • Select Install
  • Wait for Add-on enabled notification

Phoenix is now installed and ready to use. As usual the add-on can be accessed via VIDEOS > Add-Ons > Phoenix


How to Install Phoenix on Kodi Krypton:

By Default Kodi 17 has Unknown Sources disabled. So we must enable this first. Once this is done it doesn’t need doing again if you have already done it just move down to the section marked Now to install an Add-on

  • Open Kodi
  • Select Settings
  • Select System Settings
  • Select Add-ons
  • Turn on Unknown sources
  • A warning will now appear asking if you agree that you are responsible for data loss, damage to device etc. As long as you are a sensible user then you are fine. Click Yes

 

Now to install an Add-on

  • From your Home Screen select Settings
  • Select File Manager
  • Select Add source
  • Select None
  • Type the following EXACTLY http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and select OK
  • Highlight the box underneath Enter a name for this media Source
  • Type fusion
  • Select OK
  • Go back to your Home Screen and select Add-ons
  • Select the Add-on Browser Icon
  • Select Install from zip file
  • Select fusion
  • Select kodi-repos
  • Select english
  • Select repository.xbmchub-x.x.x.zip
  • Wait for Add-on enabled notification
  • Select Install from repository
  • Select TVADDONS.AG Add-on Repository
  • Select Video add-ons
  • Select Phoenix
  • Select Install
  • Wait for Addon enabled notification
  • will now be available from your home screen by selecting the Add-ons button

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