Table of Content
- 1 How To Install Git Browser On Kodi
- 1.1 1. Go to Kodi “Settings”
- 1.2 2. Go to “System Settings”
- 1.3 3. Choose “Add-ons”
- 1.4 4. Select “Unknown Sources”
- 1.5 5. Select “Yes”
- 1.6 6. Go to “File Manager”
- 1.7 7. Select “Add Source”
- 1.8 8. Select “<None>”
- 1.9 9. Enter repository address
- 1.10 10. Enter repository name
- 1.11 11. Select “OK”
- 1.12 12. Go to “Add-ons”
- 1.13 13. Select “Package installer”
- 1.14 14. Select “Install from zip file”
- 1.15 15. Select the “Repository folder”
- 1.16 16. Select “kodi-repos” folder
- 1.17 17. Select “English” folder
- 1.18 18. Select “Repository Zip file”
- 1.19 19. Select “Install from repository”
- 1.20 20. Select “TVADDONS.CO Add-on Repository”
- 1.21 21. Select “Program Add-ons”
- 1.22 22. Select “Git Browser”
- 1.23 23. Select “Install”
- 1.24 24. Select “OK”
- 1.25 25. Launch “Git Browser”
In this guide, I’m demonstrating the process to install Git Browser on Kodi. Git Browser is a short form of GitHub Browser. It means, indirectly we are installing GitHub Browser on Kodi. The process is compatible with all the platform which supports Kodi.
It means you can install Git Browser for Kodi on FireStick, Fire TV Stick (4K), Fire TV Cube and Amazon Fire TV devices. Also, Windows, Android, iOS, macOS, Linux, Raspberry Pi, etc. are also included in this list.
Git Browser will allow you to browse and install all the add-ons, repositories and scripts on Kodi. So, you can directly search with GitHub Repository Title, GitHub Username, and Addon ID.
Means, installing Kodi Add-ons, Repository, Builds, and Scripts are easy with Git Browser. Even, it supports offline installation too. If you have downloaded any Kodi Repository on your Hard-Drive, you can install it on Kodi via Git Browser.
How To Install Git Browser On Kodi
Follow these steps to install Git Browser on Kodi–
1. Go to Kodi “Settings”
By default, Kodi developers disabled the option to install any third-party addon. In order to install any Kodi addon, you need to enable the “Unknown Source” option.
Go to Settings by clicking on that “Gear Box” icon.
2. Go to “System Settings”
You’ll find the option to enable “Unknown Source” inside the System>Add-ons>Unknown Sources.
3. Choose “Add-ons”
From the left side navigation, choose Add-ons option. Look at the screenshot below for reference purposes.
4. Select “Unknown Sources”
Hover your mouse right-side and select the “Unknown Sources” option to enable it. A warning window will prompt on your screen. Just ignore and press “YES“.
5. Select “Yes”
As I told in the above steps, a Warning window will prompt on your device screen. Here you need to select the “Yes” option to enable Unknown Sources on your Kodi device.
6. Go to “File Manager”
Go one step back and select the File Manager option. Here we will provide the download address of the repository file.
7. Select “Add Source”
So, here we’ll insert the repository address. Select the “Add source” option.
8. Select “<None>”
Here you have to choose the path of Kodi repository. Select the “<None>” option and enter the repository address.
9. Enter repository address
Enter http://fusion.tvaddons.co/ in the repository address and select “OK“.
10. Enter repository name
Here Kodi is asking you to enter the repository name. Just type “Fusion” the box and press “OK“.
11. Select “OK”
Make sure you have entered the correct details. Cross verify it and select “OK“.
12. Go to “Add-ons”
Once you entered the repository name and address, go back to Kodi home. Here you have to select the “Add-ons” option.
13. Select “Package installer”
See the below image for reference purposes and select the package installer option to install a repository on Kodi.
14. Select “Install from zip file”
Now, it’s time to select and install the repository zip file on Kodi. So, choose the “Install from zip file” option and browse the repository location.
15. Select the “Repository folder”
Git Browser for Kodi is available on TVAddons.Co repository. So, select the “Fusion” folder to find the repository file.
16. Select “kodi-repos” folder
Fusion TVAddons.CO repository contains many Kodi repositories and scripts. So, we shall open “kodi-repos” folder.
17. Select “English” folder
There are many repositories available on fusion.tvaddons.co. Choose the “English” folder.
18. Select “Repository Zip file”
Here you can see many repositories files. Git Browser can be installed from the XBMC Hub repo. So, select “repository.xbmchub-3.0.0.zip” and wait for five seconds. A notification will appear on the right-top corner that repository has been installed.
19. Select “Install from repository”
Now, we have to install add-ons from the installed repository. Select the “Install from repository” option.
20. Select “TVADDONS.CO Add-on Repository”
You can see tvaddons- 3.0.0 repository folder is available. Select “TVADDONS.CO Add-on Repository” folder.
21. Select “Program Add-ons”
Select the “Program Add-ons” folder to install add-ons on Kodi.
22. Select “Git Browser”
There are many Kodi Add-ons available to install. Select “Git Browser” from the list.
23. Select “Install”
Now it’s time to hit the install button and download Git Browser on Kodi. Select the “Install” option.
24. Select “OK”
Git Browser for Kodi requires some additional add-ons and scripts to function properly. Select “OK” to install all the required dependencies and scripts on Kodi.
25. Launch “Git Browser”
Git Browser has been installed on your Kodi device. Now go back to Home> Add-ons> Program Add-ons> then launch Git Browser from the list.
Git Browser for Kodi has been downloaded and installed on your device. Now, you can directly install any repository from GitHub. Although, I recommend you to get a VPN for Kodi to enjoy uninterrupted streaming of movies, tv shows, live tv, sports, and videos.
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