With Genesis now off the table, Phoenix has become pretty much the first add-one that the community now goes to when they want decent, reliable content.
In fact, calling Phoenix an add-on is probably unfair – it’s more of a collection of add-ons, with each component adding something unique in the Kodi community. Want movies, TV shows or sport? How about videos of gigs or some stand up comedy? Whatever you need Phoenix is your first port of call.
Here’s how you get it up and running:
Phoenix Installation Tutorial
1. Start off by going to System > File manager
2. Click on ‘Add Source’
3. Click on ‘None’
4. Enter the following URL http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and click done.
Make sure that you get the URL correct – if it’s different to the URL above (or has spaces before or after the URL), Kodi will give you an error message saying that the location doesn’t exist.
5. Now chose the box at the bottom of the screen and enter a name for the media source. You can type in anything you like, but for the purpose of this tutorial, I’m going to type in TVAddOns.
6. Now go back to your home screen and select ‘System’
7. Select Add-ons from the menu on the left hand side of the screen.
8. Chose ‘Install from zip file’
9. Now click on TVAddOns (or whatever you named your media source) from the list on the screen
10. Click on ‘xbmc-repos’
11. Choose ‘english’
12. Now chose repository.xbmchub-x.x.x.zip
13. Wait until you get a pop-up notification for Kodi confirming that the Add-on has been enabled.
14. Now chose ‘Install from repository’
15. Scroll down and chose ‘TVADDONS.ag Add-on Repository’
16. Select ‘Video add-ons’
17. Scroll down and click on ‘Phoenix’
18. Click on ‘Install’
19. Wait until you get a pop up notification confirm that the Phoenix add-on has been enabled?
You’re all ready to go. Phoenix can now be accessed via the Videos > Add-ons > Phoenix menu selections or alternatively added as a short cut to any custom menu changes that you’ve made.