In this guide, I will demonstrate how to install Exodus Redux and Exodus 8.0 addons on Kodi. You can install these addons on FireStick, Android & iOS mobile devices, Linux, Mac & Windows computers, and other Kodi platforms.
Exodus has been one of the most popular Kodi addons. It has been around for a few years now. The addon used to work really well but was abandoned by its original developers. It was later revived by another team of developers, though it doesn’t work as great as it used to. The original Exodus is available by the name Exodus v8.0 at present.
Several clones of Exodus have spawned in the past. Only a few stood out. Exodus Redux is one of them. You can say that now there are two variants of Exodus Kodi addon – Exodus V8 (basically Exodus itself) and Exodus Redux.
Without any element of doubt, I will say that Exodus Redux works way better than Exodus V8. There is a very active team of developers behind it. The addon is regularly maintained. It uses top-notch scrapers that fetch the best streaming links available on the web.
The fate of the original Exodus still hangs in balance. Only very recently (as I write this guide) it became non-functional as its repository was shut down. It is back on through a new server link. Users are still looking for Exodus. Therefore, I will cover the installation process of Exodus V8 as well. However, of course, I will first start with Exodus Redux as it is superior and makes more sense.
How to Install Exodus Redux and Exodus 8.0 on Kodi
Before installing any of these two addons, please make sure you have allowed the installation of the third-party Kodi addons. If you are not sure what I am talking about, follow these steps:
#1. After launching Kodi, on the home-screen you need to open Settings. For this, look in the top-left and click the gear icon
#2. Now when you are here, open System settings (if you happen to have Kodi 17.6, click System instead)
#3. Look on the left of the screen where there is a sidebar menu. Highlight Add-ons in that menu.
Now you want to go to the right side of the same window and make sure the option Unknown Sources is enabled by clicking the toggle next to it
#4. You will be warned. But don’t worry about it. Both Exodus V8 and Exodus Redux are tried, tested and totally safe Kodi addons.
So, click Yes
Looks like you are now all set to install the addons.
How to Install Exodus Redux Kodi Addon
As I said, I will first cover the installation of Exodus Redux Kodi addon. So, let’s get started:
#1. Go to the Kodi Settings again from the home-screen
#2. Open the File manager option
#3. Go ahead and click Add-source on the following window (you may click it either on the left or right)
#4. Now you want to click <None> when this window pops up
#5. You should see a blank field on the top to enter the URL. Type in the following path: https://i-a-c.github.io/
Make sure you enter the URL correctly
#6. When you return to this window, highlight the field to enter the name for the media source and type in ER (in fact, you may choose any name you want; just make sure you remember it)
Recheck everything again and click OK
#7. Now you want to return to the Settings window again. You can click the gear icon again on the home-screen. Or, after adding the source, press the back button/backspace repeatedly until you are back on the following window.
#8. Select Install from zip file
#9. Go ahead and click ER or the source name you provided in one of the steps above
#10. Click the zip file repository.exodusredux-x.x.x.zip
#11. Wait for a minute until the Exodus Redux Repo Add-on installed notification appears on the top-right of your display
#12. Now open the option Install from repository
#13. Click Exodus Redux Repo
#14. Open Video add-ons
#15. Click Exodus Redux
#16. Click Install next
#17. Click Ok when the following pop-up is displayed
#18. Wait while Exodus Redux Kodi addon is installed. It takes nearly two minutes. You will see the Exodus Redux Add-on installed message when it is done
Well, that will be all! You have Exodus Redux on Kodi. Go ahead and enjoy!
You are now all set to start streaming with Kodi. However, before you do, I would like to warn you that your online identity is unprotected and everything you stream is visible to your ISP and Government. This means, watching free movies, TV shows, Live TV, Sports might get you into legal trouble.
Most Kodi users are nowadays using a Kodi VPN to hide their IP from anyone who might be tracking you including your ISP and Government. I always connect ExpressVPN on all my streaming devices and I suggest you do the same.
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How to Install Exodus 8.0 Addon on Kodi
The installation process is much the same. The only difference is that both these addons come from a different source and repository. Here is how to install Exodus v8 on Kodi:
#1. Open Kodi Settings > File manager > Add Source just like before. When you see this window, click <None>
#2. Enter the following path in the designated area on the top: http://mega-tron.tv/transform
Click OK after rechecking that you have entered the URL correctly
#3. Type the source name in the field marked as Enter a name for the media source.
You may choose any name of your liking or leave it to default entry transform like I am doing.
#4. Go back to the Settings window of Kodi again by clicking the gear icon on the home-screen and click Add-ons
#5. On the following window, click Install from zip file
#6. Click the name transform or the name of the source you chose earlier
#7. Now open the Repos folder
#8. Click the zip file repository.kodibae-x.x.x.zip
#9. Wait for the repository to install. Proceed when you see the notification Kodi Bae Repository Add-on installed
#10. Open the option Install from repository
#11. Open Kodi Bae Repository
#12. Choose Video add-ons
#13. Find and click Exodus
#14. Click Install when the following window is displayed
#15. Click OK when the following prompt appears
#16. Exodus Add-on installed notification should appear after about a minute
You have successfully installed the Exodus V8 addon on Kodi. Enjoy!
Quick Overview and Comparison of Exodus V8 & Exodus Redux Kodi Addons
Let’s first quickly see how to access these addons. You will find them in the Video add-ons section. To access it go to your Kodi home-screen and click Add-ons. Next, select Video add-ons on the left. On the right, you will find the add-on icon.
Here are the screenshots of the main-screen of both addons:
As you see, there isn’t a lot to choose between the two in terms of categories. Exodus Redux has three additional categories, Documentaries, Scraper Settings, and Info, while it does not include Channels category present in Exodus V8.
Both these add-ons allow Real-Debrid and Trakt integration.
However, there is a world of difference when it comes to streaming capabilities. Exodus Redux Kodi addon uses one of the most powerful sets of scrapers called OpenScrapers. Exodus V8 still relies on regular scrapers.
Both these add-ons feature further subcategories which sort the content appropriately.
Undeniably, Exodus Redux is the clear winner here. Redux is new and more effective. V8, on the other hand, is still hanging by a thread. Both offer a big library of movies and TV shows. However, Exodus Redux is better at streaming. You could install and try both and be your own judge. They are free.
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