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laser1972 10:26 AM 01-06-2016
I can do the search, but mostly its a lot of info, thought this qould be quicker..

I bought a box off the net and put Phoenix on there which I used most of the time, all other like Genesis, etc are gone.

Anyone else got some more add ons to add?.. Mostly for movies and tv shows.. Maybe NFL ticket?

Thanks to alL!
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Shaid 09:54 PM 05-03-2016
I think that would be more than 25% of the userbase.
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Jewish Rabbi 10:06 PM 05-03-2016
I would guess the people they wish would go away are the ones buying the boxes off eBay, that have no idea how to troubleshoot anything themselves and bitch at Kodi devs when stuff goes wrong in the third party apps.
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Squalor2 11:21 PM 05-03-2016
Originally Posted by ragedogg69:
what?



what?
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Mr. Plow 10:13 AM 05-04-2016
Alright - just getting into this and not 100% sure what I'm looking for. Friend directed me to www.minix.us to get a box, but I see they are readily available just about anywhere.

So, one of you experts get me going in the right direction as to what I need.
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ThaVirus 11:41 AM 05-04-2016
Originally Posted by TimBone:

God bless you.
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Fish 12:18 PM 05-04-2016
Originally Posted by Mr. Plow:
Alright - just getting into this and not 100% sure what I'm looking for. Friend directed me to www.minix.us to get a box, but I see they are readily available just about anywhere.

So, one of you experts get me going in the right direction as to what I need.
The mini's are pretty overpriced for what you get. I'd recommend the Amazon FireTV. Currently only $85: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00U3FPN4U?...l_567s7kszzr_e

Then you'd load KODI on it and install some plugins. It's a piece of cake. There's countless guides online, including videos. And if you have any trouble, I'd be happy to help.
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Mr. Plow 12:23 PM 05-04-2016
Originally Posted by Fish:
The mini's are pretty overpriced for what you get. I'd recommend the Amazon FireTV. Currently only $85: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00U3FPN4U?...l_567s7kszzr_e

Then you'd load KODI on it and install some plugins. It's a piece of cake. There's countless guides online, including videos. And if you have any trouble, I'd be happy to help.
Awesome!!!
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WilliamTheIrish 06:17 AM 05-06-2016
Originally Posted by Mr. Plow:
Awesome!!!
Fish took me from a rookie and helped me along the way. After 6 months I can troubleshoot most issues and bought a firetv box and loaded everything myself. I'm now 7 months cable free and never, ever miss anything I want to watch.
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Mr. Plow 07:08 AM 05-06-2016
Originally Posted by WilliamTheIrish:
Fish took me from a rookie and helped me along the way. After 6 months I can troubleshoot most issues and bought a firetv box and loaded everything myself. I'm now 7 months cable free and never, ever miss anything I want to watch.
That's my ultimate goal - no cable. The cost of having it is ridiculous.

I ordered a FireTV on Wednesday since Fish gave it his seal of approval, should be here today, so I'm going to spend the weekend getting it set up.
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ThaVirus 11:45 AM 05-06-2016
Originally Posted by WilliamTheIrish:
Fish took me from a rookie and helped me along the way. After 6 months I can troubleshoot most issues and bought a firetv box and loaded everything myself. I'm now 7 months cable free and never, ever miss anything I want to watch.


What about live sports?
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WilliamTheIrish 01:56 PM 05-06-2016
Originally Posted by ThaVirus:
What about live sports?
They're all there. I watch ALL mlb games. ANY NFL games that interest me, all NBA games are available.

It's all there. The one drawback is that fast moving sports on a stream tend to be a little streaky. It's not bad. It is noticeable. But I've learned to live with that. I've also learned to live with an extra 2300$ per year in my pocket.
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Mr. Plow 04:01 PM 05-06-2016
Alright, got my fire tv delivered today. What do I need to know?
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WhawhaWhat 04:16 PM 05-06-2016
Originally Posted by Mr. Plow:
Alright, got my fire tv delivered today. What do I need to know?
Load Kodi

Load the repository and then add Pro Sport/Exodus/Phoenix/SALTS/etc. through the Add-on installer
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ThaVirus 09:11 PM 05-06-2016
Originally Posted by WilliamTheIrish:
They're all there. I watch ALL mlb games. ANY NFL games that interest me, all NBA games are available.



It's all there. The one drawback is that fast moving sports on a stream tend to be a little streaky. It's not bad. It is noticeable. But I've learned to live with that. I've also learned to live with an extra 2300$ per year in my pocket.

Awesome. So:

1. Buy the Amazon Fire TV

2. Download KODI

3. Install whatever programs or what have you that you want

4. ????

4. Profit
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Fish 10:15 AM 05-07-2016
Originally Posted by Mr. Plow:
Alright, got my fire tv delivered today. What do I need to know?
OK. Here's how I'd start. Follow this guide to enabling ADB, getting the adbFire app, and installing KODI:

https://www.tvaddons.ag/install-kodi-amazon-fire-tv/

The adbFire app is infinitely easier to use than the ESFileExplorer method in my opinion. And it also gives you countless other capabilities to do stuff you'll need to do with your FireTV.

Once that's done, launch KODI. Then follow this guide to setup Fusion within KODI(Fusion is a website source that allows you to install addons directly within KODI): https://www.tvaddons.ag/fusion-installer-kodi/

Once Fusion is installed, then follow this to install the Addon Installer app: https://www.tvaddons.ag/addon-installer-kodi/

Once that's done, you'll launch the Addon Installer, and install the actual addons. Addon Installer is under Programs.

Once Addon Installer is launched, go to the Featured section. I'd start with installing Exodus, 1Channel, Pro Sport, Phoenix.

You can also install Sportsdevil, but must do that manually. Download the Sportsdevil .zip file here(BUT DO NOT UNZIP IT!): http://www116.zippyshare.com/d/41a8y...2016-05-03.zip

Use adbFire to push the file to the addons folder. Then manually install the zip via this method: http://kodi.wiki/view/HOW-TO:Install...from_zip_files

Once those are installed, you can navigate within KODI to System\Settings\Skin\Settings and tweak how KODI looks. Once you get a bit familiar with the interface, you can also install new Skins, and customize the living shit out of things. Including have links to other Amazon FireTV apps like Netflix, Amazon Video, Pandora, launch directly within KODI.

Other Stuff:

Here's a guide to sideload using just about any method/device: http://www.aftvnews.com/sideload/

Here's a couple pages full of resources and instructions to do just about anything with your FireTV:

https://www.tvaddons.ag/

http://forum.xda-developers.com/fire-tv

http://www.aftvnews.com/

Too much? Let me know if you have questions. :-)
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