Streaming Streaming TV, Movies, & More 59 59 people found this article helpful How to Install Exodus on Kodi for Android Boost your Kodi experience with this add-on 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 June 16, 2020 Streaming TV, Movies, & More Netflix Hulu Disney+ Prime Video Apple TV+ Favorite Events Tweet Share Email Android is easily one of the most popular platforms for Kodi. Android runs on everything, and so does Kodi. They're both open-source projects and allow near limitless customization. If you're familiar with Kodi and its add-ons, the procedure to install Exodus on Android is the same process as on any other operating system. The streaming content on Exodus is illegal in most countries, the U.S. included. Proceed with caution. If you intend to use Exodus, use a VPN. How to Set Up Your VPN to Use Exodus on Kodi Before you do anything else, you'll need to set up a VPN connection. If your VPN provider offers an Android app, download the app, sign in to your account, and connect to a server. If your VPN provider doesn't offer an Android app, search the provider's website for their OpenVPN configuration files. They're usually listed under Linux support if you don't see a section specifically for OpenVPN. When you have your files, transfer them to your phone in whichever way is easiest for you. Go to the Google Play Store and download OpenVPN for Android. Install the app. Launch OpenVPN for Android, then tap the box with a down arrow in the top right corner of the app. Your file manager will open. Find and tap your OpenVPN configuration file to import it. Enter your VPN username and password, and then tap the box to remember your password. The OpenVPN app will connect to your VPN server and show you the VPN IP address. You're now ready to start work with Kodi. How to Install Exodus on Kodi for Android Before you start here, install Kodi on your Android device. Next, you'll add the Kodi Bae Repository where you can get Exodus. Here's how. Open the Kodi app. Tap the gear icon to the upper-left side of the screen to bring up the settings menu. Tap System settings. Tap Add-ons, then tap the Unknown sources toggle switch to enable the option. Return to Kodi's system settings and tap File Manager Select Add Source. A new window will open for you to add the website you'll get your repository packages from. Enter http://lazykodi.com in the space provided. Name the source something memorable, and then save it. Return to the main Kodi menu and tap Add-ons. Tap the box icon toward the top of the Add-ons menu to open a new series of locations to install from, and then tap Install from zip file. A new file browser window will open up. Tap the Kodi source you set up, and the browser will shift to show the available options on Lazy Kodi. Tap the Zips option, then tap KODIBAE.zip to install it. You'll return to the menu where you started out under the package icon, and you'll receive a notification confirming Kodi has installed the repository. Tap Install from repository > Kodi Bae Repository. The next screen will show you the available categories on Kodi Bae. Tap Video add-ons. You should see all the video add-ons Kodi Bae offers. Find and tap Exodus. Add-ons appear in alphabetical order. Kodi will open a new window to display information about Exodus for you. Tap Install to the bottom right of the window. Exodus is fairly large, and it has several dependencies. It will take some time to complete the install.