This guide is all those movies and shows lovers who have installed Kodi on their device. Here, we are going to learn the step by step process to install cCloud TV addon on Kodi 18 Leia and Kodi 17.6 Krypton. Whether you’re using Kodi on Firestick, Android TV Box, Android Phones/Tablets, Windows PC, Macbook or iPhone; the same process you need to follow in order to install the cCloud addon to Kodi.
The cCloud TV is hell popular among Kodi users. It allows users to watch all the popular IPTV channels worldwide. The traditional method of watching shows, movies, and documentaries was costlier and only provides limited channels. When the concept of IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) came into popularity, the demands of cable tv drastically decreases. Even, IPTV over Kodi is a cost-effective method to watch live TV shows.
Kodi add-ons like cCloud TV has become the primary source to watch Live TV on any Kodi device. It one of the most demanding Kodi addon for watching tv shows, football, and other sports games. Currently, cCloud TV is being served under Kodil repository and here in this guide, I’ll show you step by step process to install Kodil repo and then cCloud TV add-on to Kodi 18.0 Leia.
How To Install cCloud TV Addon on Kodi 18.0 (Leia)
Follow these steps to install cCloud TV Kodi Addon-
Step- 1: Go to Kodi Settings
By default, Kodi developers disabled the option to install any third-party addon. In order to install any Kodi addon, you need to enable “Unknown Source” option. Never matter, on which device your Kodi installed. Either you using Kodi on Android, Windows, Linux, Firestick, Android Box, iOS, Raspberry Pi or any other device. The Kodi UI is exactly the same for all.
Go to Settings by clicking on that “Gear Box” icon.
Step- 2: Go to System Settings
You’ll find the option to enable “Unknown Source” inside the System>Add-ons>Unknown Sources.
Step- 3: Choose Add-ons
From the left side navigation, choose Add-ons option. Look the screenshot below for the reference purposes.
Step- 4: Select Unknown Sources
Hover your mouse right-side and select Unknown Sources option to enable it. A warning window will prompt on your screen. Just ignore and press “YES“.
Step- 5: Select Yes
As I discussed in the above steps, a Warning window will prompt on your device screen. Here you need to select “Yes” option to enable Unknown Sources on your Kodi device.
Step- 6: Go to File Manager
Go one step back and select File Manager option. Here we will provide the download address of repository file.
Step- 7: Select Add Source
So, here we’ll insert the repository address. Select “Add source” option.
Step- 8: Select <None>
Here you have to choose the path of Kodi repository. Select “<None>” option and enter the repository address.
Step- 9: Enter repository address
cClould Kodi addon is available on Kodil repository. Enter http://www.lvtvv.com/repo/ in the repository address and select “OK“.
Step- 10: Enter repository name
Here Kodi is asking you to enter the repository name. Just type “Kodil Repo” inside the box and press “OK“.
Step- 11: Select OK
Step- 12: Go to Add-ons
Once you entered the repository name and address, go back to Kodi home. Here you have to select the “Add-ons” option.
Step- 13: Select Package installer
See the below image for referance purposes and select the package installer option to install a repository on Kodi.
Step- 14: Select Install from zip file
Step- 15: Select Kodil Repo folder
Step- 16: Select Repository file
Here you can see a zip package is available. Select repository.kodil-1.3.zip and within a few seconds, you’ll get a notification that Kodil repository installed.
Step- 17: Select Install from repository
Step- 18: Select ..Kodil repository
Step- 19: Select Video add-ons
Step- 20: Select cCloud TV
Here you can find cCloud TV in the add-ons list of Kodil repository. Choose the file to install on Kodi device.
Step- 21: Select Install
Step- 22: Select OK
Several additional add-ons will be installed on your Kodi device. These add-ons and scripts are called Kodi dependencies. Select OK to install them.
Step- 23: Open cCloud TV
Now back to your Kodi add-ons list and you’ll see cCloud TV in your list. Launch cCloud TV Kodi addon to enjoy streaming IPTV channels on your Kodi device.