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Installing the Indigo Tool to Configure Kodi Addons (17.0 Krypton or Above)

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Indigo is our all-in-one tool that provides you with everything you’ll ever need when it comes to unofficial Kodi addons. Whether you want to automatically configure Kodi, or manually pick and choose your desired Kodi addons, the Indigo tool is what you need. Indigo is your go-to when it comes to anything related to unofficial use of the Kodi media center.

Indigo offers a wide variety of features that are there to make your Kodi addon experience easier and more enjoyable. It isn’t limited to Kodi addons, there’s a lot more you can do with Indigo. We’re now going to walk you through installing our Indigo tool, it’ll take less than a couple of minutes. Indigo is not an option, it’s a must.

Required: Fusion Installer on Kodi 17.0 Krypton or Above

Step 1: Navigate to the Add-ons tab on the vertical menu bar.

Step 2: Click on the Enter add-on browser button on the right side of the window.

Step 3: Click on the Install from zip file function.

Step 4: Select the fusion source from the listing.

Step 5: Choose the begin-here folder.

Step 6: Click on the plugin.program.indigo-1.0.2.zip file.

Step 7: Return to the Kodi home screen and wait a few seconds for the Indigo tool to appear.

Step 8: Click on the Indigo icon to launch it for the first time.

Step 9: Wait a few seconds for the Indigo tool to initialize for the first time.

Step 10: You’re done! You may now go ahead and configure Kodi as you see fit.

At this point, most people go with the Config Wizard option, which will instantly configure Kodi with all the best addons and tweaks. Alternatively, you may wish to manually install one Kodi addon at a time, using the Addon Installer function.

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