But, if you follow this guide along with me, you’ll be well on your way.
I get a lot of streaming device questions about how to best setup Kodi, both for streaming content from the Internet and from your local network.
The best thing about Kodi is that there are so many different options and tweaks that you can do to really make it your own – from different skins, different backgrounds and, of course, third-party add-ons.
To make writing this setup guide easier, it was written using screenshots from my Windows 10 PC.
Snag It and Photoshop are much easier to use on a PC, sorry.
Since Kodi 16, also known as Mark XVI Jarvis just came out, I thought this would be a great time to release my Kodi Setup Guide for new users.
If you’re still using an older version, don’t worry: this will teach you how to use XBMC as well.
You follow update with or without computer based on your preferences.
We hope this article will be useful and clear in the aspects to which it has been titled.
Instead, we are going to use a software application on the computer.
The name of the application software is “adb Fire”.
Using this application, we are going to push the latest version of the kodi to the fire device.