Plexus Kodi Addon Download



Author: enen92, TVAddons, RonnieHD
Version: 0.1.7
Released: 2017-05-25
Summary: SopCast and AceStream for Kodi
Repository: Addon Repository

Kodi Addon Description:

Plexus - Any complex structure containing an intricate network of parts. Plexus brings native peer-to-peer support (AceStream and SopCast) for Kodi Entertainment Center for several platforms.

Documentation: (missing)

Kodi Addon Dependencies:


Kodi Addon Changelog:

05/5/2016 - Version 0.1.7
-Shutdown acestream engine to false.

1/12/2016 - Version 0.1.6.a
-Minor dialog update

30/11/2016 - Version 0.1.6
-Added AceStream Media (Engine) and Torrent Stream Controller apks download options
-Removed obsolete Engine bundle, old AceStream Engine and Ace Player apks from add-on settings
and from plexus-dependencies modules
-Android: changed, fixed, added and cleaned code related to Android
-Updated English translations
-Added Spanish translation

18/11/2016 - Version 0.1.5
-Forked plexus-dependencies
-Updated some modules (rpi, android)
-Android: AceStream Media (Engine) app is opened instead of old Ace Player

10/2/2015 - Version 0.1.4
-transfer to TVA repo
-fix for downloading modules

19/8/2015 - Version 0.1.1 & 0.1.2 & 0.1.3
-Raspberry PI 2 fixes

19/8/2015 - Version 0.1.0 (first beta)
-Removed parsers and lists
-Added stream manager
-Added support for the Raspberry PI 2
-Fixed stop
-New translation system
-Repository moved to a new location
-Plenty of other fixes

Installing Kodi Addons

You can install any Kodi addon you’d like using our Indigo tool for easy Kodi addon configuration and maintenance. It will allow you to browse through our unofficial Kodi addon library directly from your device, and do a whole lot of other cool things. If you have any questions, feel free to visit our discussion forums for assistance.

Kodi addons work by scraping content from online sources, content is displayed based on what those sources provide. This means that Kodi addon developers cannot be held responsible for content displayed through these Kodi addons, since they have no control over what content is hosted on the web sites they are scraping. The responsibility ultimately lies on the web sites from which index or host the content.

Kodi addons have nothing to do with the distribution of content. All they do is give the user the ability to access content that is already posted online. The content scraped by these Kodi addons comes straight from whichever online streaming sources that the developer of the particular Kodi addon has selected. Kodi addons will break from time to time, usually because the source they are scraping have changed something on their web site.