Apollo build is one of the most popular in the Kodi community right now. Here’s how to install Apollo to Kodi. While it’s possible to add Apollo on top of a previously configured version of Kodi, we’d recommend using a clean install for the best possible performance.
Steps to install Apollo on Kodi:
- After you’ve opened Kodi, first go to System | File Manager and select Add source.
- At this point you’ll need to select None, and then type the following address into the textbox. http://apkb.netne.net/repo/ It’s important to remember that this address has to be typed in exactly, or the tutorial won’t work – so it’s probably worth copying and pasting it from here.
- Kodi will then ask you to enter a name for the source, so type something like Apollo, and then return to your homescreen.
- Go to System | Add ons | Install from zip file, and then select the source you added a few moments ago. In our case it’s called Apollo.
- Once you’ve selected Apollo, select “plugin.program.apollo2.zip” and then wait for the “Add-on enabled” notification to appear on your screen. This can take a little while sometimes, so be patient.
- After that, head to Programs –>Apollo Wizard 2.1 –>Apollo build, and then wait for the installation process to start. If you’re on a laptop or PC, Kodi will restart automatically to finish the installation process. If, however, you’re doing this on a Fire TV Stick, you have to unplug and re-plug the device once the installation process has finished.