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In this article, you are going to learn how to install Exodus on your Raspberry Pi 3 within Kodi

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Let’s get started!

What You’ll Need

Add The Download Source

Scroll up and click on the cogwheel to access the system configuration.

Move all the way to “File manager”

Select “Add source”

Click on “<none>”

Type in “http://fusion.tvaddons.ag/”

Set “Fusion as the name.

Click “OK”

Go back to the main screen.

Install Exodus’ Repository

Go to “Add-ons”

Select “Install from repository”

Click on the two dots (..) to go back one step.

Select “Install from zip file”

Scroll down to “Fusion”

Click on “kodi-repos”

Select “english”

Choose “repository.exodus-1.01”

Wait until the Exudus repository is fully installed

Install Exodus

Select “Install from repository”

Select “Exody repository”

Scroll to “Video add-ons”

Select “Exodus”

Click on “Install” once that the installation window appears.

Wait for Exodus to install.

Go back to the main screen once it’s done.

Initialize Exodus

Go to “Add-ons”

Select “Exodus”

A small message screen will appear, wait for the countdown to reach zero.

You’re all set up to use Exodus.

Volumio Installation Tutorial Finished

Congratulations, you’ve just set up Exodus within Kodi on your Raspberry Pi and that’s it for this tutorial.

Could you do it by yourself? Did you had any problems to install Exodus? Have any suggestion? Then leave a comment below.