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Hey there! Let me show you how to install the Xumo.TV Kodi add-on

Have you heard about Kodi? It‘s an awesome free media center that lets you stream tons of free movies, TV shows, live sports, and more.

But to unlock the full potential of Kodi, you need to add video add-ons. This gives you access to virtually endless entertainment options.

One of the best Kodi add-ons out there is Xumo.TV. It provides both on-demand videos and live TV channels covering everything from sports to movies to kids shows.

And the best part? It‘s 100% free!

In this guide, I‘ll walk you through step-by-step how to install Xumo.TV on your Kodi device.

By the end, you‘ll be able to enjoy all of Xumo‘s great content right within the Kodi interface.

Let‘s get started!

An Introduction to Kodi and Xumo.TV

First, let me give you a quick overview of what exactly Kodi is and how Xumo fits in.

What is Kodi?

Kodi is a free, open-source media center application. It brings all your digital media together into one place for easy access.

You can use Kodi to watch and record live TV, listen to podcasts and music, view photos, play retro video games, and more.

But what really makes Kodi special are add-ons. These are like apps for your Kodi device that let you expand what you can do.

There are thousands of add-ons available, from major streaming apps like Netflix to niche content libraries and tools.

This flexibility and customization is what makes Kodi such a popular platform, with over 30 million monthly active users worldwide.

What is Xumo.TV?

Xumo.TV is one of the best Kodi add-ons for on-demand and live streaming.

It offers over 190 digital channels covering movies, TV shows, sports, news, kids programming, and more. This includes both Xumo‘s own content as well as programming from other digital networks.

And the best part? It‘s completely free! Xumo is ad-supported, but you won‘t pay a dime to enjoy all this entertainment.

Xumo is available as a standalone app on various streaming devices. But it‘s also available as a video add-on within Kodi, which lets you integrate all those great channels directly in your Kodi setup.

That brings us to this guide, where I‘ll show you exactly how to get Xumo installed on your Kodi device. Let‘s get to it!

Step-by-Step Guide to Installing Xumo.TV on Kodi

Installing the Xumo.TV add-on only takes a few minutes. All you need is a device with Kodi installed.

This guide was tested on a Fire TV Stick with Kodi 19.4 Matrix. But it will work for any Kodi platform including Windows, Mac, Android, Linux, Raspberry Pi, and more.

Ready? Here we go:

Step 1: Open Kodi and go to Settings

First, launch Kodi from your device. Once open, click on the little gear icon ⚙️ in the top left:

This will bring you to the Kodi Settings menu. This is where we will enable additional repositories to install Xumo from.

Step 2: Enable Unknown Sources

In the Settings menu, go to System > Add-ons. Then turn on the toggle for Unknown Sources:

This allows you to install add-ons from outside repositories not included by default in Kodi.

Step 3: Go back to Kodi home screen

After enabling Unknown Sources, go back to the Kodi home screen.

You can get here quickly by just pressing the backspace key on your remote.

Step 4: Access Add-ons menu

From the home screen, access the Add-ons area of Kodi:

This is where you can browse and manage all your add-ons. This is also where we‘ll install Xumo from.

Step 5: Install from Zip File

In the Add-ons menu, select Install from Zip File:

This will let you install Xumo directly using the Repository zip file.

Step 6: Enter the Xumo Repository URL

A URL box will pop up. Enter the following URL to access the Xumo Kodi Repository:

Once entered, click OK. Kodi will now install the Xumo Repository.

Step 7: Install from Repository

After installing the Zip file, go back to Add-ons > Install from Repository.

Find and select the Xumo Kodi Repository:

Step 8: Install Xumo.TV

Inside the Xumo Repo, select the Video add-ons category. You will see the Xumo add-on here:

Select it and click Install in the bottom right. Kodi will now install the Xumo.TV add-on.

Step 9: Wait for Add-on Enabled notification

It may take a minute or two for the installation to finish. Once done, you‘ll see a "Add-on Enabled" pop-up notification.

Now Xumo.TV is installed and ready to use!

Step 10: Access Xumo.TV add-on

From the Kodi home screen, access Add-ons again. You should now see a Xumo icon in your list of video add-ons:

Select the icon to launch the add-on. Then you can browse Xumo‘s selection of on-demand content and live channels.

And that‘s it! By completing these steps you now have Xumo.TV installed on your Kodi device.

Xumo.TV Add-on Features and Content

Now that you have Xumo set up in Kodi, let‘s look at everything this add-on has to offer.

The Xumo add-on includes two main sections:

On Demand

This section lets you browse and watch Xumo‘s library of movies, TV shows, and clips:

The selection focuses on classic movies and retro TV shows, though there are some modern options too. Genres include Action, Comedy, Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi, and Kids.

This gives you tons of free content to watch whenever you want.

Live TV

Xumo also provides over 190 free digital TV channels:

Channel categories include Movies, Sports, Entertainment, News, Kids, and more. Popular networks include Cinevault, Maverick Movies, Sports Illustrated, Bloomberg, Toon Goggles, and Comedy Dynamics.

So you get a huge selection of live entertainment, news, and commentary.

Between On Demand and Live TV, Xumo brings some great free streaming options into the convenience of your Kodi interface.

Troubleshooting Guide

Hopefully you were able to get Xumo installed smoothly. But if not, here are some troubleshooting tips:

  • Enable Unknown Sources – Make sure you enabled this in the Settings, or you won‘t be able to add outside repositories.

  • Force Refresh Kodi – Try force closing Kodi and refreshing it to clear any glitches. Unplug power, wait 10 seconds, then restart.

  • Reinstall Repository – Sometimes the repository doesn‘t install right the first time. Delete it and re-enter the repo Zip URL.

  • Check Connection – Make sure your Kodi device is connected to the internet to download and install add-ons.

  • Update Kodi – An outdated Kodi version can cause issues. Go to Settings > System > Updates to upgrade.

Hopefully with one of those tips you can get Xumo working properly. But if not, feel free to ask for help in the Kodi forum or search for solutions online.

Now let‘s recap why Xumo.TV is so awesome.

Why You Should Use the Xumo.TV Kodi Add-on

There are a few key reasons Xumo stands out as a must-have Kodi add-on:

  • 100% Free – No fees, subscriptions or logins required. All totally free.

  • Tons of Content – 190+ channels and a huge on-demand library. Something for everyone.

  • No Buffering – Streams quickly and reliably without annoying buffering.

  • Easy to Use – Simple layout makes browsing and streaming a breeze.

  • Kodi Integration – Adds all this great content right into your existing Kodi setup.

So for a virtually endless supply of free movies, shows, sports, and more – all working flawlessly in Kodi – Xumo is tough to beat.

Give it a try and I think you‘ll agree this is one of the best Kodi addons around.

Now over to you – install Xumo on your Kodi device and let me know what you think! Post any questions below and I‘ll try to help out.


Xumo.TV Kodi Add-on FAQ

Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about the Xumo.TV Kodi add-on:

Is the Xumo.TV Kodi Add-on legal?

Yes, it is 100% legal to install and use the Xumo.TV add-on in Kodi. The add-on simply provides free access to Xumo‘s own content.

Should I use a VPN with Xumo.TV and Kodi?

A VPN like IPVanish is not required, but recommended. It will protect your privacy when streaming free content.

Does the Xumo.TV add-on work on a Firestick?

Yes it works great on an Amazon Firestick! Just follow the install steps above.

What is the difference between an add-on and a repository?

An add-on lets you watch or access content, while a repository is a collection of add-ons you can install from.

What‘s the difference between an add-on and a build?

A build is a pre-configured setup with customized skins and add-ons already installed. An add-on is a single app you add to your interface.

What version of Kodi is required?

Xumo works on Kodi 18 Leia through the latest 19 Matrix versions. Always use the newest Kodi release if possible.

I hope these answers help explain a bit more about how Xumo, Kodi add-ons, and repositories work. Let me know if you have any other questions!


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