Have you heard about the Add That Source Kodi addon that provides quick access to install popular Kodi repositories and addons? If not, you‘re in for a treat!
This handy addon located within the DaButcher Repository acts like a "rapid installer" for the top Kodi repositories and addons available today. It‘s an easy way to supercharge your Kodi setup.
In this step-by-step guide, I‘ll show you exactly how to install Add That Source on your Firestick, Fire TV, Android TV box, NVIDIA Shield, and other devices.
By the end, you‘ll have this fantastic tool ready to streamline installing addons like The Oath, Ezra, and many more!
Let‘s get started.
Why Add That Source is a Must-Have Kodi Addon
But first, let‘s discuss why the Add That Source addon has earned a place in our list of recommended Kodi addons and repositories.
Quick access to top repositories – Getting Add That Source installed provides instant access to install popular repos like DejaVu, Octopus, Venom, and Narcacist with just a click.
Rapid installations – Once you have the repositories, you can rapidly install your choice of addons like The Crew, Ezra, Seren, and many more.
Great for new Kodi setups – For brand new Kodi installations, Add That Source makes the initial setup process much faster and simpler.
Helpful for troubleshooting – If you experience issues with an existing addon/repo, use Add That Source to quickly re-install repositories and get back up and running.
Works with all devices – This addon works seamlessly with all streaming devices including Firestick, Fire TV, NVIDIA Shield, Android TV boxes, and more.
Now let‘s get Add That Source installed on your device!
Step 1: Enable Unknown Sources on Kodi
The first step is to enable the setting that allows you to install third-party addons that aren‘t in the official Kodi repository.
Open Kodi on your device.
Click the gear icon in the top left corner to enter the Settings menu.
On the left sidebar, go to System > Add-ons.
Make sure Unknown Sources is switched ON. If not, click to enable it.
When prompted, click Yes to confirm.
This allows you to install Add That Source next.
Step 2: Add the DaButcher Repository
Add That Source is contained within the DaButcher Repository. So first you need to install that repository.
Here are the steps:
From the Settings menu, go to File Manager.
Click Add Source.
Click and enter the following URL:
In the box below, enter a name like "DaButcher" and click OK.
Go back to Add-ons in the Settings.
Click Install from zip file.
Select "DaButcher" as the source.
Wait for the "DaButcher Repository Add-on installed" notification.
The repo is now installed! Next you can get Add That Source.
Step 3: Install the Add That Source Addon
With the DaButcher Repository added, installing Add That Source takes just a minute.
Go back to Add-ons in Settings.
This time, choose Install from repository.
Select the DaButcher Repository.
Go to Program add-ons.
Choose Add That Source.
Once you see the "Add That Source Add-on installed" pop-up, you‘re all set!
The addon is now available in the Kodi main menu under Add-ons.
Step 4: Install Your Choice of Repositories
Now the fun part – installing your choice of repositories!
Here‘s how simple it is:
Launch Add That Source from the Kodi home screen.
Browse the list of repositories and click your choice.
Make sure the URL is highlighted and click OK.
Enter any name you want for the source and click OK.
Click OK when prompted that the repository is enabled.
Force close Kodi and relaunch.
Go to Add-ons > Install from zip file.
You‘ll now see the repos you added! Install whichever ones you want.
For great video addons, I recommend Venom, DejaVu, Octopus, and Narcacist. They provide access to tons of movies and shows.
Now you can install addons like The Crew, Ezra, Seren, and more!
How to Use a VPN for Added Security
Whenever installing third-party addons, using a VPN is highly recommended for privacy and security.
A VPN encrypts your traffic and masks your IP address so your internet service provider can‘t see what you‘re accessing. This adds a layer of protection when streaming.
My top choice is Surfshark due to the unlimited device connections and low pricing. The 2 year plan comes out to just $2.21 per month – an incredible deal!
Here are a few other top VPNs to consider:
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I always connect my Firestick and other streaming devices through Surfshark VPN for privacy. Their 30-day money back guarantee lets you try it out risk-free.
Now let‘s cover some common questions about this fantastic repository and addon.
FAQ About Add That Source Kodi Addon
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions:
Is Add That Source legal to use?
Yes, the addon itself is perfectly legal. However, some of the content you access after installation may violate copyright. Streaming pirated movies and shows is illegal.
What‘s the difference between a Kodi addon, repository, and build?
|Addon||An addon adds a specific type of content or functionality to Kodi like a video addon for movies.|
|Repository||A repository houses collections of addons, scripts, plugins, and more for installing all in one place.|
|Build||A build bundles customized settings, addons, skins, and repositories preconfigured for easy setup.|
Which devices can I install this on?
This addon works great on just about any Kodi-supported device including Firestick, Fire TV, Android TV boxes, NVIDIA Shield, Roku, Apple TV 4K, and more.
What are some of the top video addons I can install?
Some excellent picks are The Oath, Crew, Ezra, Seren, Venom, DejaVu, Scrubs v2, Tempest, and Overeasy. These provide tons of free movies and TV shows.
Can I re-install this if I have addon issues?
Yes, absolutely! Add That Source makes it easy to quickly re-install repositories and addons if you ever experience failures or glitches. Just follow the simple install steps again.
Do I need Real-Debrid or Trakt for Add That Source?
No, you don‘t need a Real-Debrid or Trakt account. However, many of the best video addons will require Real-Debrid for high-quality streams. It‘s worth the cheap monthly fee!
I hope this detailed guide helped explain how to install and use the fantastic Add That Source Kodi addon! Let me know if you have any other questions.