There are many add-ons to Kodi which we can use for better features. Recently we talked about how to install Ares Wizard on Kodi which gives you the backup facilities. And today we are going to see how to install cCloud TV Addon on Kodi which is for movie lovers.
This post is going to be fun for all the movie lovers out there who have installed Kodi on their system. No matter whether you are using Kodi on Firestick or Android TV or Android phone or iOS devices, this method to install cCloud Kodi addon will be same. And so, I recommend bookmarking this page to install cCloud addon on Kodi. I am writing this guide by testing for Kodi 18 Leia and Kodi 17.6 Krypton on Firestick. But the process and steps remain the same for other versions as well.
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There are quite a bit more chances you know about ccloud TV if you are an existing Kodi user. It is quite popular among them as it allows you to watch all the IPTV channel globally.
Benefits of Using cCloud TV
Using ccloud TV on Kodi is a good way to watch all the movies, TV shows, documentaries, and songs anywhere. Earlier it was quite costly but with the help of internet protocol television (IPTV), it has become quite cheaper. IPTV with Kodi is one of the most cost-effective solutions to watch movies online.
The top Kodi add-ons like cCloud have become a top choice for users to watch live movies and games on any Kodi devices.
The main reason why ccloud is one of the most demanding Kodi add-ons is, it allows you-
- Watch live TV shows
- You can watch cricket games
- Watch football games and many other live shows
As of now, ccloud is available under Kodi repository. And in this tutorial, we will show you how to install ccloud tv on Kodi.
First, we will install Kodi repo and then ccloud TV add-on to the Kodi 18.0 Leia.
How to install cCloud TV Add-on on Kodi 18.0
Here is the step by step guide to install cCloud TV on Kodi. Just follow along with me and you will be able to install cCloud TV add-on on Kodi 18.0 smoothly.
Step-1: Open Kodi setting
By default, Kodi has disabled the option to install third-party apps. But to install top Kodi add-ons, you need to enable this first. This is the same step we follow while installing Ares Wizard on Kodi.
The best thing is, no matter where you have installed Kodi, the Kodi user interface (UI) is the same and so this method will be applicable everywhere.
To enable the “Unknown Sources” just follow the “Gear Icon” and open it-
Step-2: Open System Setting
Once you will click on the gearbox, you will be taken to a different screen. Here you need to select “system” and then you will get the option to enable unknown sources: System>Add-ons>Unknown Sources
Step-3: Move to Add-Ons options
Now we need to open the “Add-ons” option. You can find this at the left navigation bar
Step-4: Enable Unknown sources:
Here you will find an option to enable unknown sources. There is a chance that you will get a warning message. Simply ignore that and press Yes.
Step-5: Open File Manager
Once you have enabled the unknown source, open the file manager. For this you need to go one step back. This is the place where we will provide the download address of repository file.
Step-6: Select Add Source
Here select “Add Source” option in this step-
Step-7: Select <None> Option
Here you need to select the path of the Kodi repository. As we are installing ccloud TV (third party app) and so select <None> option here.
Step-8: Enter repository address
As you have selected <None> option and so you need to enter the repository address. As discussed earlier, ccloud tv add-on is available in Kodil repository itself. And so, enter http://www.lvtvv.com/repo/ in the repository address and simply press OK.
Step-9: Give the repository a name
You have provided a custom repository address and so now let’s give it a name. As it is available in Kodil repository and so let’s provide it a name as “Kodil Repo“. And then press OK. And final again a box will come summarizing all the details, simply press OK there also.
Step-10: Access Add-Ons Now
So far, we have initialized the repository from where we need to install ccloud tv on Kodi. Now go back to Home and select Add-ons options again from the left sidebar.
Step-11: Open Package Installer
At the left top corner, you will find an icon for the package installer.
Step-12: Select Install from Zip file option here
Package installer will take you to a screen where you need to select “Install from Zip File” from multiple options available.
Step-13: Open Kodil Repo Folder
Remember the repository name we provided as “Kodil Repo“? We need to open the same folder here.
Step-14: Select Repository File
Here you will find a zip file available. Select the file with the name “repository.kodil-1.3.zip” from the list. Once you will click on OK, you will get a notification within a few moments that Kodil repository has been installed.
Step-15: Choose to install from repository
Once done, you will be redirected to another screen where you need to select “Install from Repository“
Step-16: Choose ..Kodil repository
The option “install from repository” will again take you to a different screen where you need to select “..kodil repository“. This is the 2nd step out of total 3 to install the add-on.
Step-17: Open Video Add-ons
Now you can select video add-ons here in this step-
Step-18: Open cCloud TV
This will open all the apps available in this repository. Here you need to select the ccloud tv
Step-19: Select Install Option
Once you have selected “cCloud TV” it will give you a few options from where you need to select the “Install” option as shown below-
Step-20: Install Kodi Dependencies
While installing cCloud TV on Kodi, several other apps will be installed. These are called as Kodi dependencies. You will be prompted a screen where you need to select ok to get those installed.
Step-21: Open cCloud TV now
Yes, you have installed cCloud TV on Kodi 18.0 successfully by now. Simply come back to Kodi Add-ons list and you will find cCloud TV available there. Select cCloud TV and start enjoying IPTV channels streaming on your Kodi devices.
These were the simple 21 steps guide to install cCloud TV on Kodi 18.0. No matter where you are using Kodi, this guide will be applicable as Kodi UI is the same for all.
Do try installing cCloud TV add-on on Kodi and start experiencing all the IPTV streaming channels free.