Streaming Streaming Devices How to Install Exodus on Kodi by Nicholas Congleton Writer Nick Congleton has been a tech writer and blogger since 2015. His work has appeared in PCMech, Make Tech Easier, Infosec Institute, and others. our editorial process Twitter LinkedIn Nicholas Congleton Updated on July 12, 2019 Robert Silva / Roku Streaming Devices Roku Chromecast Fire TV Apple TV Tweet Share Email You've decided to try Exodus on your Kodi media center, but because of the shakeup in the add-on's development, there's a decent amount of confusion surrounding the exact procedure to install Exodus. Not to worry. The following procedure is the most direct and reliable way to get the latest 6.0 release of Exodus. Exodus 6.0 will work on Windows, Mac, and Linux, and it supports both Kodi 17 and 18 releases. As long as you're running a reasonably recent version of Kodi, you won't have a problem. Furthermore, the install process is exactly the same across platforms and Kodi versions. There's no need to adapt or change anything. This guide uses Kodi 18 on Ubuntu 18.04 to document the procedure. How to Install Exodus on Kodi If you are using a VPN, make sure it's configured correctly and not leaking. It's also a good idea to enable a VPN kill switch to shut your connection down in the event that you get disconnected from the VPN. The client software from your VPN provider should include one. You can also implement one in your firewall. For Linux systems, that's true of IP tables and its wrappers, like UFW. If you're not using a VPN, don't go any further; using Exodus without a VPN is an insanely bad idea. Exodus streams pirated content illegally. The next thing to do is to add the necessary repository to Kodi because you're not going to find Exodus in the official Kodi repository. Instead, you're going to need to add an external repository that contains Exodus, as well as a host of additional plugins. The first step toward installing your new repository is configuring Kodi to accept software from unknown sources. Nothing about this process is officially supported, signed, or verified. Open Kodi. Select the small gear icon to open up the settings menu. Then, select System. Screenshot Under the system settings, find the add-ons tab. Under that tab, toggle Unknown sources on. Screenshot Now it's time to add the File Source. Add the File Source Return to the main settings menu. This time, select File manager. On the next screen, find and select Add source. A new window will pop open. In the main body of the window, marked Enter paths or browse, select the entry listed as <None>. The window will shift to allow you to enter an address or file path. Enter "http://lazykodi.com" in the provided space and select OK. Screenshot Name your source something memorable, like "Lazy Kodi." Select OK to save your new source. Screenshot Now to finally add the repository containing Exodus. Install the Repository Return to the Kodi home screen. Locate and select the Add-ons tab. Near the top of the left-hand menu, you'll see a small package icon. Select it. Screenshot On the resulting list, select Install from zip file. Scroll through the list of sources to find the "Lazy Kodi" entry you just created. Screenshot Kodi will list a series of available directories and files on the Lazy Kodi website. Select the ZIPS directory, then select KODIBAE.zip. Screenshot Kodi will take a few seconds to download and install the Kodi Bae repository. Wait for the success notification to appear in the upper right of your screen. Screenshot Now to finally install Exodus. Install Exodus Return to the menu under the package icon. This time, locate and select Install from repository. Screenshot Kodi will list all of the repositories on your system. Provided you didn't add any others previously, it should be easy to locate Kodi Bae. Select it. Screenshot Under Kodi Bae, find and select Video add-ons. Finally, look for Exodus. Select it to pull up the add-on page, then select the Install button located at the bottom of your screen. Screenshot Launch Exodus. Return to the main menu. Visit the Add-ons tab, then select the Video add-ons category. Exodus will be listed there along with any other video add-ons you have installed. You shouldn't have any trouble watching a nearly endless array of your favorite movies and TV shows with this ridiculously powerful add-on. Remember to always connect through a VPN when using Exodus. This version of Exodus was created after the original creator abandoned the project. As a result, it was developed by a group of volunteers, utilizing pieces of the original Exodus and code from other similar add-ons. Watch out for news and developments because the long-term future of Exodus is fairly uncertain.