FilmOn.tv (FTV) is a lesser known add-on that provides Kodi users with Live TV, Film and Sports streams in an easy to use structure.
Setup and installation is straight forward too with the Add-on being made available from the Kinkin repo (which comes from the popular TVAddOns source).
Tutorial: Installing FTV in Kodi
1. Start off by click on System > File Manager
2. Now chose ‘Add Source’
3. Select where it says ‘’
4. Type the following URL into Kodi: http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and click ‘Done’
Make you type this URL in accurately. If it’s incorrect in any way, you’ll get a pop up message from Kodi saying that the source couldn’t be found and you’ll need to add it in again.
5. Now click on the box at the bottom of the pop-up and enter a name for your media source. For the purpose of this tutorial, I’m going to type in TVAddOns, but you can enter in any name that you see fit.
6. Click ok at the bottom of the pop up.
7. Come back to your main menu and click on ‘System’
8. Chose Add-ons from the menu on the left.
9. Select ‘Install from zip file’
10. From the list that appears, select TVAddOns (or whatever other name you gave your media source)
11. Chose ‘fusion’
12. Now select ‘xbmc-repos’
13. Click on ‘english’
14. Double-click on the repository.Kinkin-x.x.zip
15. Wait for a pop up window to appear confirming Ad-on enabled.
16. Now chose ‘Install from Repository’
17. Click on the Kinkins REPO
18. Select ‘FilmOn.TV’
19. Click on ‘Install’
20. Wait until you get another pop up message confirming that the Add-on has been enabled
You’re all good to go – FilmOn.tv can now be accessed from the Video > Add-ons part of the main menu or added as a short cut to any other menu label (via the Settings tab).
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