How to Install cCloud Kodi Addon | kodi 18 leia and 17.6 Krypton – This guide contains all movies and shows of lovers who have Kodi installed on their device. Learn step by step how to install the cCloud TV Add-on in Kodi 18 Leia and Kodi 17.6 Krypton. Whether you use Kodi for Firestick, Android TV Box, Android cellphone / tablet, Windows PC, Macbook or iPhone. The same process you have to do to install the cCloud kodi addon.
CCloud TV is very popular among Kodi users. Users can view all common IPTV channels throughout the world. The traditional way to watch shows, films and documentaries is more complicated and has limited channels. With the advent of the concept of Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), the demand for cable television drastically reduced. Also, IPTV through Kodi is a cost-effective way to watch live TV shows.
Kodi add-ons like cCloud TV are the main source for watching TV directly on any Kodi device. This is one of the most sophisticated Kodi additions for watching TV shows, soccer and other sports games. Currently, cCloud TV is used in the Kodil repository. In this guide, I will show you step by step how to install Kodil Repo and then the cCloud tv Kodi Addon 18.0 Leia.
Let’s start …
- 1 How to Install cCloud Kodi Addon 18.0 (Leia)
- 1.1 1. Go to Kodi Settings
- 1.2 2. Go to System Settings
- 1.3 3. Select Add-ons
- 1.4 4. Select Unknown Source
- 1.5 5. Select Yes
- 1.6 6. Open File Manager
- 1.7 7. Select Add Source
- 1.8 8. Select <None>
- 1.9 9. Enter repository address
- 1.10 10. Enter repository name
- 1.11 11. Select OK
- 1.12 12. Go to Add-on
- 1.13 13. Select package installer
- 1.14 14. Select Install from zip file
- 1.15 15. Select Kodil Repo folder
- 1.16 16. Select repository file
- 1.17 17. Select Install from repository
- 1.18 18. Select kodil repository
- 1.19 19. Select Video add-on
- 1.20 20. Select cCloud TV
- 1.21 21. Select Install
- 1.22 22. Select OK
- 1.23 23. Open cCloud TV
How to Install cCloud Kodi Addon 18.0 (Leia)
Follow these steps to install the cCloud TV Kodi Add-On.
1. Go to Kodi Settings
By default, Kodi developers have disabled the option to install third-party add-ons. To install the Kodi add-on, you must enable the “Unknown Source” option. It doesn’t matter what your Kodi device is installed. Either you use Kodi for Android, Windows, Linux, Firestick, Android Box, iOS, Raspberry Pi or other devices. Kodi’s interface is the same for everyone.
Open Settings by clicking on the gearbox icon.
2. Go to System Settings
You will find an option to activate “Unknown Sources” under System -> Add-on -> Unknown Source.
3. Select Add-ons
Select Add-ons in the left navigation bar. Look at the screenshot below for reference.
4. Select Unknown Source
Move the mouse pointer to the right side and select the Unknown Source option to activate it. A warning window will appear on your screen. Just ignore it and press “YES”.
5. Select Yes
As explained in the steps above, a warning window will appear on the screen of your device. Here you must select the “Yes” option to activate unknown sources on your Kodi device.
6. Open File Manager
Go back one step and select File Manager. Here we specify the repository file download address.
7. Select Add Source
Here we enter the repository address. Select the “Add source” option.
8. Select <None>
Here you have to choose the Kodi repository path. Select the option “<none>” and enter the repository address.
9. Enter repository address
cKon addon Kodi is available in the Kodil repository. Enter http://www.lvtvv.com/repo/ in the repository address and select “OK”.
10. Enter repository name
Here Kodi asks you to enter the name of the repository. Just enter “Repo Kodil” in the box and press “OK”.
11. Select OK
12. Go to Add-on
After entering the name and repository address, return to Kodi. Here you must choose the “Add-on” option.
13. Select package installer
The following picture shows information for reference purposes. Select the package installation option to install the repository under Kodi.
14. Select Install from zip file
15. Select Kodil Repo folder
16. Select repository file
Here you can see that the zip package is available. Select repository.kodil-1.3.zip. Within seconds, you will receive a notification that the Kodil repository has been installed.
17. Select Install from repository
18. Select kodil repository
19. Select Video add-on
20. Select cCloud TV
Here you can find cCloud TV in the additional list of Kodil repositories. Select the file to be installed on the Kodi device.
21. Select Install
22. Select OK
Some additional add-ons are installed on your Kodi device. These add-ons and scripts are called Kodi dependencies. Select OK to install it.
23. Open cCloud TV
Now go back to your Kodi add-on list and you will see cCloud TV on your list. Launch the cCloud TV Kodi Add-on to stream IPTV channels on your Kodi device.