How to install Kodi on a Fire TV Stick: How to download Kodi to Amazon’s super cheap TV dongle
Kodi is one of the best bits of streaming software out there and lets you watch movies, TV shows, and more on the internet or a local HDD to practically any device. The software also both open-source and lightweight, so you can install it on pretty much anything – including the Amazon Fire TV Stick.
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If you’ve already got a Fire Stick, or you just want to try out Kodi on a low-cost device you can move around the house, this tutorial is for you. Here’s how to install Kodi on an Amazon Fire TV Stick.
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How to get Kodi on an Amazon Fire TV Stick
Install Kodi on Amazon Fire TV
1. Go to Settings | Device | Developer Options.
2. Make both Apps From Unknown Sources and ADB Debugging are enabled.
3. Download the Downloader App from the Firestick’s App store.
5. Select the Android app for Kodi
6. Download the 32-Bit installation
7. Click ‘Install’ and review the permissions
8. Scroll through Kodi and customize the settings as you prefer.
Install Kodi on Amazon Fire TV Stick with an Android Device1. Set up your Fire TV Stick as per steps 1 to 3 above.
3. Run Apps 2 Fire and enter the IP address of your Fire TV Stick from earlier and click save
4. In Apps 2 Fire, locate Kodi in the “Local Apps” folder and tap “Install”
5. Once the installation has completed, you can then run Kodi from your Amazon Fire TV Stick from the “Your Apps & Games” menu.
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