Watch Super Bowl 50 Live With Kodi
Super Bowl 50 is here and the Carolina Panthers will battle it out against the Denver Broncos at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, CA Sunday February 7th. Cam Newton is looking to put a beating on Peyton Manning’s Broncos, and if the NFC Championship game wasn’t clear enough, Denver’s got their hands full with the Panthers front line. Look to see Manning kissing turf all day as the Panthers put up a record number against the decorated veteran. If you’re like millions of other Americans, you’ve cut the cord to your cable company and need a way to stream the Super Bowl live on Sunday. If you already have Kodi installed on your computer or another media device such as the Amazon FireTV Stick or an Apple TV, you’re in good shape and skip down to “How do I Watch Super Bowl 50 with Kodi” below.
If you don’t have Kodi installed, follow one of our easy-to-use guides depending on the device you want to install Kodi to. The absolute easiest methods are for Windows and Macs. The Kindle Fire Tablet is pretty simple, as well as the Amazon Fire TV. AppleTV’s are more involved because it requires jailbreaking and installing additional OS software such as OpenElec. Regardless of which device you use, you’re going to thoroughly enjoy the power of Kodi media center and the available add-ons such as Phoenix, Chanel, SportsDevil and IceFilms. These third-party plugins give you access to an unlimited amount of free movies and tv shows.
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How do I Watch Super Bowl 50 With Kodi?
Once Kodi is installed, you’ll need to add SuperRepo in your file manager so you can download the plugins you’ll need to stream the Super Bowl. Navigate to System>File Manager>Add Source. When the Add Source window opens, type in http://srp.nu in the source field:
Name your new source SuperRepo:
Go back to your home screen and navigate to System>Settings>Add-Ons>Install From .zip file
A side browser will appear on the right side. Open SuperRepo>Isengard>All>superepo.kodi.isengard.all-0.7.04.zip
SuperRepo will install and you’ll see a confirmation in the bottom right corner of the screen once it’s completed.
Now select Install from Repository>SuperRepo All[Isengard][v7]>Video add-ons
You’ll now see a very long list of Add-Ons to plug into Kodi.
Select Phoenix and wait for it to install. Now go back to your home screen and navigate to Video>Add-Ons>Phoenix
Once Phoenix opens up, you’ll see a bunch of icons with strange names. Click on Woody, which is the first one you’ll see.
Once Woody opens, select Entertainment
Now select USA TV
Lastly, choose one of the CBS links which is the channel Super Bowl 50 will be aired on
And there you have it folks, how to stream Super Bowl 50 live on Kodi. Absolutely free, great quality and fast streaming. Enjoy the big game and enjoy your new installation of Kodi and Phoenix. Follow our other articles to get more exclusive access to free movies and TV without paying for cable.
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