Kodi is a free and open-source media player software application developed by the Kodi Foundation, a non-profit organization. Kodi can be installed on a variety of devices, including Fire TV. Kodi allows users to watch movies, TV shows, live TV, and listen to music. It also supports a variety of add-ons that can be used to extend its functionality.
To install Kodi on Fire TV, you will need to sideload the app. This means installing the app from a source other than the Amazon Appstore. To sideload apps on Fire TV, you will need to enable "Developer Options" on your Fire TV. Once you have enabled Developer Options, you can sideload apps using a file manager.
Here are the steps on how to install Kodi on Fire TV:
- Go to the Fire TV Settings menu.
- Select "System".
- Select "Developer Options".
- Toggle on the "Apps from Unknown Sources" option.
- Go back to the Fire TV home screen.
- Select the "Find" option.
- Select "Search".
- Type in "Downloader" and select the "Downloader" app from the search results.
- Select "Download".
- Once the app is downloaded, select "Open".
- In the Downloader app, enter the following URL: https://kodi.tv/download.
- Select "Go".
- Wait for the Kodi app to download.
- Once the app is downloaded, select "Install".
- Once the app is installed, select "Open".
- Kodi will open.
- You can now start using Kodi.
Here are some of the things you can do with Kodi:
- Watch movies and TV shows.
- Listen to music.
- Watch live TV.
- Play games.
- View photos.
- Read books.
- Install add-ons.
Kodi is a powerful media player that can be used to do a variety of things. With Kodi, you can access a wide variety of content and customize your experience to fit your needs.