installing kodi and navi x

step 1 download kodi and install kodi http://kodi.tv/download/
step 2 open Kodi and go along to system, underneath you should see file manager click on that
step 3 press on add source on the A SIDE
STEP 4 where is says none click on it and enter the following,http://fusion.xbmchub.com and where it says enter name for this media source enter fusion
step 5 press esc to main screen go back to settings and click on that, click on add ons and then install from zip file you should now see fusion, click on it and then click on xbmc repos and look for repository xbmc hub 1.0.5 click on that and let install
step 6 once installed press esc and go back to system and get add ons, you should now see TV ADDONS.ag addon repository click that and down to video add oNS
step 7 look for navi x on video add ons and click to install
step 8 press esc and go to programmes on main screen and navi x should be there click on it and hit start button, and then on last 24hrs and you will see folders, hammy 40 2015 is on first page, click on it and press on channel
step 9 ENJOY
ONE MORE THING YOU,S MAY COME ACROSS STREAMS THAT KEEP BUFFERING AND YOU WILL NOT BEABLE TO STOP, YOU NEED TO EXIT KODI HIT CTRL AND ESC AND RIGHT CLICK ON THE TASK BAR AND CLICK START TASK MANAGER, GO TO PROCESSES RIGHT CLICK AND END PROCESS

6 thoughts on “installing kodi and navi x

  1. Yes, thank you HAMMY36.

    Is there an easy way to change to a brighter backdrop ?
    I can’t see where to put in the name for “Fusion”.

  2. if you follow my instrucrions at step 4 and you have entered http://fusion.xbmchub.com
    underneath at the bottom you should see name media source just type fusion in there and press done, just follow the rest and navi should install ok, not sure what you mean by brighter backdrop, it seems fine to me

  3. I am at a loss of vocabulary here.
    The overall lay-out (interface is it?) is very dark so it’s difficult for me to see close to anything that isn’t highlighted.

    “name media source” – No, can’t see it. Can’t see what version it is (14.0 Helix?) but I installed it quite recently. However, I remember in the old XBMC there was a field underneath where you could put the name in, can’t find it here. There is a Navi-X-v37_8.zip. in the folder, is that too old ?
    I can browse to it but see no install button after I’ve marked it.

    At some instructional page it said something like “make sure you’re in
    (or out? of) the library ” How do you tell ?

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