UPDATE AUGUST 22nd 2015
TV Addons have added CloudFlare DDoS protection which means when connecting via Kodi it can't do a browser check. This means that the repo cannot load and you will get a message saying the directory cannot be found. I am going to look into it today and see how to get it to work again.
Here is a guide for installing Fusion for Kodi. With Fusion installed you will have access to a wide range of repos from which you can install all the add-ons you need.
- 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
Fusion is now on your Kodi device. To access it you simply need to do the following.
- Go back to your Home Screen
- Select SYSTEM
- Select Add-Ons
- Select Install from zip file
- Select .fusion
- Select xbmc-repos
You will now have a choice of English, International or XXX-Adult repositories.
Check out my other Kodi posts; you'll find plenty to improve your Kodi experience
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