Fusion Installer for Kodi Addons
Once you’ve installed Kodi, the Fusion Installer is your first step to getting all the best add-ons for Kodi. Kodi is basically a media player, and the Fusion Installer is a link to our Kodi Addons server. You’ll need the Fusion Installer to be configured before you’re be able to install any Kodi addons, our Config Wizard, or even the Addon Installer. It should only take about a minute to get the Fusion Installer for Kodi configured, it’ll only take about two minutes to jumpstart your Kodi addon experience!
Step 1: Navigate to the “File manager” tab under the “SYSTEM” menu.
Step 2: Click on the “Add source” option.
Step 3: Select the top text input box marked “<None>” under the “Enter the paths of browse for the media locations” field.
Step 4: Using the on-screen keyboard, type in “http://fusion.tvaddons.ag” without quotations, and then press the “Done” button. In case you’re having trouble, press the “Symbols” button to insert the colon and forward slashes.
Step 5: Select the bottom text input box under the “Enter a name for the media Source” field.
Step 6: Using the on-screen keyboard, type in “fusion” without quotations, and then press the “Done” button.
Step 7: Press the “OK” button at the bottom of the window.
Step 8: You’ll now notice that “fusion” is listed within the “File manager” window.
Step 9: Return to the main menu, then Navigate to the “Settings” tab under the “SYSTEM” menu.
Step 10: Select the “Add-ons” option from the left side menu bar.
Step 11: Press the “Ok” button when prompted with the “First run help…” dialogue.
Step 10: Select the “Install from zip file” option.
Step 11: Select the “fusion” folder from the listing.
Step 12: You’ll now be able to open whichever folder from which you wish to install add-ons for Kodi.
Recommended Method: You’ll find easy configuration tools such as the Config Wizard, Addon Installer and Fresh Start program add-ons within the “start-here” folder.
Alternative Method: If you’d like to install your desired add-ons for Kodi the “old school” method by manually installing your desired repositories and enabling each add-on one by one, you’ll find all the best Kodi repositories within the “xbmc-repos” folder.
Congratulations! You’ve now configured the Fusion Installer for Kodi Addons. You’ll want take a look at our Config Wizard and Addon Installer guides at this point.