With Kodi, you can watch all your favorite content on a single media player — after you install various add-ons. Among them, Fusion stands head and shoulders above the rest as the one add-on to rule them all.
The Fusion Kodi addon functions like an app store, making it so much easier to install other add-ons. After you get Kodi, installing Fusion on Kodi will take you just a few minutes. Here’s how:
Once you open Kodi, go to Settings by clicking the gear icon.
Enable Unknown Sources.
You will see a default warning pop-up. Select Yes — Fusion is a tried and tested add-on.
Go back to the Kodi home screen. Click the gear icon to go to Settings again. Open the File manager.
Select Add source.
The Add file source box will pop up. Select None.
Type in http://fusion.tvaddons.co — make sure to avoid typos — and click OK.
Below “Enter a name for this media source”, enter any name you want and click OK. It’s best to choose a relevant name — like “Fusion”, for example.
You’re done installing the Fusion Kodi plugin. Now you’ll learn how to use Fusion for Kodi to install repositories and add-ons.
Go back to the Kodi home screen. Select Add-ons.
Find the open-box icon in the top left corner.
Select Install from zip file.
Select Fusion from the list of sources (that’s the name we gave to this source in Step 2).
Here you’ll find Kodi Fusion repositories and add-ons organized into three categories:
That’s it! Click on these folders, install the add-ons, and watch content on Kodi.
You should always use a VPN when streaming — whether you prefer Kodi or another media player. Here are a couple of reasons why:
A lot of the content you like may be geo-restricted. So if you’re abroad and want to binge-watch your favorite show, you need to change your virtual location.
Fortunately, it’s easier than it sounds. Just open NordVPN, choose a country on the map, and you’ll be connected in seconds. Your traffic will be encrypted and routed through the location of your choosing, changing your IP in the process.
Your internet service provider can track everything you do online. Whether it actually does so depends solely on its internal policies and legal restrictions — if there are any. Once collected, your data may be sold to advertisers or even handed over to the government.
If you want to keep your online activity private, encrypt your traffic with a VPN.
If your internet service provider uses bandwidth throttling (intentionally slows down your streaming traffic to improve overall network performance), then a VPN is the answer
With a VPN turned on, your internet provider won’t know what you’re doing online and therefore won’t be able to slow down your traffic when you stream.
As you can see, there’s more than one good reason to secure your Kodi device with NordVPN.
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