2019-Install Best Working Kodi Add-Ons With GitBrowser
For the best working video add-ons in 2019, you need to install GitBrowser. GitBrowser for Kodi is the new way everyone is distributing 3rd-party video add-ons. Central repositories were targets of lawsuits and shutdowns over the past year. As a result, some of the best add-ons for movies, tv, and live streaming no longer work. Follow our steps below for installing Git Browser.
- Make sure you are using a VPN for all Kodi and torrent use. IPvanish is one of the best.
- Install the latest version of Kodi
- Uninstall all old non-working add-ons from Kodi. e.g. Sportsdevil, Phoenix, Indigo, UK Turk Playlists, Exodus
- Follow our detailed, step-by-step instructions below to install GitBrowser for Kodi allowing you to install new working versions of the best video add-ons.
Why do I need a VPN anyway?
We get asked all of the time about VPN’s. Some people think it’s a scam, or not really necessary. Others think their internet providers have no idea what they do online. What most people don’t know is that the ISP’s log everything you do online. Also, they keep these logs permanently tied to your accounts and even after you delete your account, or switch providers, your information and internet logs are retained in their data.
So what does that mean and why do I care?
Well, for instance, with net-neutrality being ended by the FCC, internet companies can now sell your data to anyone they want. They can even give it away for free, like to the government. Who knows what the laws will be, or even more importantly, the penalties, in 5-10 years. What you do online today can most certainly hurt you tomorrow.
How does a VPN help me?
So then what does a VPN do? VPN’s aren’t just for the “online pirates”. VPN’s are used by the biggest companies in the world. They are virtual private networks that connect you anonymously and securely without identifying your unique IP address and therefore your identity.
In the cases of using VPN’s for streaming on Kodi or downloading torrents, they prevent your ISP from being able to log what you are doing online and potentially block you from accessing streaming servers, slowing down your internet speeds (throttling) and in some cases being contacted by the FCC with criminal complaints.
How to Install Git Browser for the Best Working Kodi Add-ons
Select the Settings icon at the top of the Kodi window
Select File Manager
Double click on Add source
In the new window, type in the source http://fusion.tvaddons.co and then click OK
Enter a name for the media source, in this example we used TVA. Then click OK.
Now go back a few screens to the main Kodi page (if you’re new to Kodi, click in the upper left hand corner to go back to previous screens) Click on the Add-ons section
When Add-ons opens, go to the top and click on the open box icon to install addons
Next, select Install from zip file
Find the source you just added. Our new TVA source is selected and open it
Scroll down and select repository.xbmchub-3.0.0.zip and click OK
The new Fusion repository will now install to Kodi. When you see the confirmation pop-up go back a few screens to select Install from repository
Scroll down and select TVADDONS.CO Add-on Repository
Select Program add-ons
Now select and install Git Browser this may take a few minutes to install completely
When Git Browser is done installing, go back to the Kodi home screen and select Program add-ons. When that opens, select and open Git Browser
The most reliable way to find video add-ons is to Search GitHub Username. Do a Google search for addons and GitHub usernames. We have a short list below for some of our favorites.
List of the Best Working GitHub GitBrowser Usernames for Kodi Add-ons
Using Git Browser, search by GitHub Username from the following list for the best working GitHub Gitbrowser video-addons
|GitHub Username||Repository||Popular Addons|
|tdelight||UK Turk||UK Turk|
|Nemesis668||Stream Army||bash the bishop|