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k18fskfiretv for Kodi 18 k18fskfiretv download: KODI 18 Install on Firestick + Ares Wizard

HOW TO INSTALL KODI ON FIRESTICK (KODI 18 BETA)

Kodi 18 Beta Download for Firestick
Install Kodi 18 on Firestick using the steps below



As of Tuesday June 27, 2017, Kodi 18 is still in Alpha stage (you guessed it – it’s the stage before the actual Kodi Beta stage!).  But Kodi 18 Leia still works OK on Firestick – especially after you install Ares Wizard, Pulse Build, and Config Wizard on Kodi 18.



KODI 18 WARNING

But Kodi 18 Alpha is not for beginners.  In fact, if your current Kodi setup is working for you, then don’t install Kodi 18 yet.  Wait for the developers to work out all the bug first.  Then install Kodi 18 on Firestick.
WARNING:  Kodi 18 Beta / Alpha is very unstable and may erase all of your existing Kodi data (if you are forced to Clear Data after a failed Kodi 18 install).  Only proceed if you acknowledge that you are fully aware of the consequences.
The easiest way to install Kodi 18 on Firestick is to use the steps above (for installing Kodi 17) – but enter the address http://bit.ly/k18fskfiretv instead of the address for Kodi 17 Krypton.
  1. Using your FireStick / Fire TV, go to the Home screen by pressing the Home button on the Fire TV remote.
  2. Go to Search
  3. Search for “es file
  4. Select the yellow letters “es file” to perform the Search
  5. In the results, select ES File Explorer, then press Download / Install / OK
  6. After ES File Explorer has installed, go back to the Fire TV homescreen
  7. Go to Apps
  8. Select ES File Explorer to launch ES File Explorer
  9. After ES File Explorer has launched, go to Download Manager(underneath Tools)
  10. Move the cursor to select the “+ New” button on the bottom of the screen.  Select the “+ New” button.
  11. In the File Path field, enter “http://bit.ly/k18fskfiretv
  12. In the Name field, enter “k18a” (short for Kodi 18 Alpha) or any name you want
  13. Move the cursor to the Download button and select Download
  14. Once the Kodi 18 Leia APK file has downloaded, select Open File
  15. Choose Install
  16. Once Kodi has installed, go back to the Fire TV home screen
  17. Go to Apps
  18. Select Kodi to launch Kodi!
  19. Optional and RecommendedInstall TV Addons (Video guide) by adding “http://fusion.tvaddons.ag” as a new File Source in Kodi
  20. Optional and HIGHLY Recommended: Unblock Kodi Addons by using a VPN (60% off Coupon)

HOW TO INSTALL KODI 17 (BETA 2) FIRESTICK:

Use the steps above, but enter the URL http://downloadkodi.com/kodi17b2arm.apk.
Kodi 17 Beta 2 is not recommended, since the Final Release version of Kodi 17 Firestick (aka Krypton) is now available.  But some friends of KFireTV request it, so I’ll leave it here for now ;).

ALTERNATE METHOD TO INSTALL KODI 17 FIRESTICK

If the above steps didn’t work for you, try again from the step that says“After ES File Explorer has launched, go to Download Manager (underneath Tools)” and then follow the steps below:
    • Instead of going to Download Manager, go to Favorite
    • Select Add
    • Now select the Path field and enter “http://downloadkodi.com“.  Press “OK”.
    • Then select the Name field and enter “k17b2” or any name you’d like to give it, then press OK.
    • Select Add
    • Find and select the newly added Favorite at the bottom of the Favorite menu on the left hand side of ES File Explorer. Once the new Favorite loads in the ES File Explorer window, you should see “Index of /” and a list of files and folders just below that.
Kodi 17 Firestick Install Guide
Kodi 17 FireStick (Install Method #2)



  • After the DownloadKodi.com “Index of /” screen appears in ES File Explorer, select the “kodi17b2arm.apk” file to download Kodi Krypton 17 Beta 2.
    • The “kodi161arm.apk” file is for Kodi 17 Jarvis – the “kodi17b2arm.apk” file is for Kodi 17 Krypton BETA 2.
  • After the download has finished, select Open File.
  • Select Install
  • After Kodi finishes installing, go back to the Fire TV home screen
  • Go to Apps
  • Select Kodi to launch Kodi!




Kodi® media center, formerly known as XBMC™ Media Center, is an award-winning free and open source cross-platform software media player and entertainment hub for digital media for HTPCs (Home theater PCs). It uses a 10-foot user interface designed to be a media player for the living-room, using a remote control as the primary input device. Its graphical user interface (GUI) allows the user to easily browse and view videos, photos, podcasts, and music from a harddrive, optical disc, local network, and the internet using only a few buttons.



IMPORTANT:
The official Kodi version does not contain any content what so ever. This means that you should provide your own content from a local or remote storage location, DVD, Blu-Ray or any other media carrier that you own. Additionally Kodi allows you to install third-party plugins that may provide access to content that is freely available on the official content provider website. Any other means of watching illegal content which would otherwise be paid for is not endorsed or approved by Team Kodi. 


Confluence is the standard skin and is designed to be fast and user friendly. 
With the skin re-Touched, Kodi® has now been enhanced to better work with larger phones and tablets as well. Kodi is not currently recommended for use with smaller phones. 



Disclaimer:
- Kodi does not supply or include any media or content.
- Users must provide their own content or install one of the third party plug-ins
- Kodi has no affiliation with any third-part plug-in or add-on provider what so ever.
- We do not endorse the streaming of copyright protected material without permission of the copyright holder.
- In order to upgrade from a previous version you must have installed an official released version by Team Kodi. Any other version may cause failure to upgrade.

License and development:
Kodi® is a trademark of the XBMC Foundation. For further details you can visit kodi.wiki/view/Official:Trademark_Policy


Kodi® is fully Open-Source and released under the GPLv2.0+ license. It includes many third-party libraries which use compatible licenses. Due to the inclusion of some GPLv3.0 libraries the entire application becomes GPLv3.0 as binary.
Should you wish to help on future development you can do so by visiting our forum for further questions.



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