Fusion for Kodi is your gateway to the world of unofficial Kodi addons, it is your launchpad and starting base. Once you’ve installed Kodi, you’ll need to configure our Fusion Installer source in order to either install our easy configuration tool, or manually install the Kodi addon repository of your choosing.
It should only take a minute or two to configure the Fusion Installer on a clean installation of Kodi, just follow our instructions and you won’t have any problem at all, it’s super easy and pretty much idiot proof. After you’ve configured the Fusion Installer, you’ll likely want to use our Indigo tool for easy Kodi addon installation.
Step 1: Navigate to the File manager tab under the SYSTEM menu within Kodi.
Step 2: Choose the Add source function on the right side of the window.
Step 3: Click on the text box that displays <None> under the Enter the paths for the media locations heading.
Step 4: Using the on-screen keyboard, input http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and then press the Done button.
Step 5: Click on the lower text box under the Enter a name for this media source heading.
Step 6: Using the on-screen keyboard once again, input fusion and then press the Done button.
Step 7: Finally, click on the OK button at the bottom of the Add Files source window in order to complete the Fusion Installer setup process.
That wasn’t that difficult was it? You can now use the Fusion Installer to either install our configuration tool called Indigo, or manually install any Kodi addons you’d like. You’ll most likely want to go ahead and install our Indigo tool next, from which you can easily configure your Kodi device through several different simplified methods.