Do you want to use Kodi, yet feel somewhat intimidated by all the options it offers and all the things you can install with it? Perhaps having a tool to help you would make things easier, right? There are several tools to automatically configure Kodi that we have shown you in the past. For example, if you use Kodi on an Android TV box, you can use Kodi Configurator for Android. If you use Windows or Android, you can get TVMC, an out-of-the-box Kodi solution, and forget about setup. However, perhaps you really do not want to forget about setup. Maybe you want to make it easier instead. In this case, the Kodi Indigo tool can help you. Here’s a guide on how to install Indigo Kodi addon on your Kodi media center.
How to install Indigo Kodi addon?
Indigo seems to be the next step up from the Fusion Addon installer, allowing you to get lots of addons on your media center. The steps to install Indigo Kodi addon are fairly simple. A word of advice, though. Since Kodi now has a new default skin, this tutorial will use the Estuary skin for Kodi, and that’s why it will look different to all the previous ones. Remember you can still use Confluence if you wish! [Read: Kodi Estouchy Skin Review: a touch of greatness]
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Anyways, click on the small gear icon on top of the side menu. This takes you to options. From there, click the
File Manager icon. You can identify it because it has a small folder symbol.
Once you do that, there will be two options you can click. Head on to the
Add source option. Double-click it and a dialog will appear. Set the name of the media source to Fusion, and the location to
http://fusion.tvaddons.ag. Look at the picture below to know how to fill each field. Click
OK once you have written all the necessary information.
After installing the media source:
You will see that
Fusion is now a folder among your media sources. You are now ready to install Indigo on Kodi. All you need to do is go to
Add-ons on the menu bar on the side of your screen. Click the small open box icon on the top-left corner of the sidebar, and then select the option
Install from zip file. You might get a pop-up like this one:
If this happens, just click
Settings, and then enable the
Unknown sources option. Read the warning and if you agree with it, click the
Yes button. Go back to the
Install from zip file option as previously instructed, and then select the
Fusion source. Click the
begin-here folder, and then the Indigo
.zip file, in order to install Indigo on Kodi Krypton. Wait a few seconds, and then you should see a notification similar to this one:
Congratulations! You have successfully completed the tutorial to add Indigo to Kodi!
What can I do with Indigo on Kodi Krypton?
You can do lots of things after you install Indigo on Kodi Krypton like testing the speed of your network, restoring to factory settings, and auto-configuring Kodi with the best addons available. Indigo Kodi addon has lots of potential, combining features from the Fusion addon installer with those of auto-configuration tools and backup tools. You could install Kodi Exodus addon or one of the best Kodi live TV addons from a huge library, just with a few clicks. Stay tuned for more tutorials on how to use the amazing Kodi Indigo addon, and explore its options by yourself in the meantime, to see what it has to offer!