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Plexus Kodi Add-on


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Plexus Kodi Add-on Review

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YES - Recommended

What is Plexus Kodi Addon?

Plexus is an add-on for Kodi that assists you in watching peer-to-peer streams without the need for any external add-ons. Plexus is similar to a codec for Windows, which includes special scripts that decode data and present it to you in video format.

Plexus – Any complex structure containing an intricate network of parts. Plexus brings native peer-to-peer support (AceStream and SopCast) for Kodi Entertainment Center for several platforms.

How to install Plexus Kodi Add-on

1. Open Kodi on your platform. After a few seconds waiting for completely loading Kodi, you will see the standard main interface (in the images we are using Kodi 17.6. The interface in Kodi 18 Leia is mainly similar so you should follow the same steps). Start by clicking on the SETTINGS button on the top left (it is that cog wheel under Kodi logo).

2. Position and Open the Files manager in the bottom right of Kodi -> Settings window.

3. You have 2 similar panels here. Tap on Add source on any of them to bring the next window where you will input the source path.

4. With the Add file source dialogue box open, position and click on  selection as in the image below.

5. A full screen will appear next, where you will need to input from the keyboard the Plexus Kodi repository path:  with no mistakes.  Remember to pay attention to input the correct path letter by letter. If you make any mistake, the path won’t be added and will lead to malfunction in the next steps.

6. In the “Enter a name for this media source” field pick any desired name for the source name. We recommend that you name it Plexus (for easy identification later). Then press ok. Be careful with the chosen name: that name shouldn’t have been used before.

7. Next return to the KODI Main Menu by pressing BACK key multiple times. Now go and click on Add-ons from the left main menu (the one with the open box).

8. On the top left corner, you’ll get 3 new icons. Go to the Open Box (or unzipper, the first icon on the top left screen) and just click on it.

9. Then on the next screen, you will see a list of multiple options. We need to go to the Install from zip file section in order to open the addon source.

10. A new window called Install from zip file opens. You will have a list of local and internet sources. Simply select and click on ‘Plexus‘ (or whatever name you saved in step 6).

11.  Now click on (if the file version is a little bit different you shouldn’t worry. Probably it has been recently updated).

12. Just click on it and press INSTALL and WAIT for the top right notification saying “TVAddons Repo Repository Successfully Installed” message.

13. If the above step succeeded you will be returned to the previous menu (as in step 8) where you have the add-on browser interface.

14. This time click on the 3rd menu called Install from Repository – see the selection in the image below

15. Go down to “TVAddons Repo Repository

16. Simply choose Program Add-ons

17. Now select Plexus and choose Install (the cloud icon in the bottom right)

18. To start enjoying your brand new installed Kodi addon go to Video add-on section and locate the Plexus icon.

Plexus changelog:

13/5/2018 – Version 0.1.8
-Restored stable sopcast version
-Fixed killing sopcast process

05/5/2016 – Version 0.1.7
-Shutdown acestream engine to false.

1/12/2016 – Version 0.1.6.a
-Minor dialog update

30/11/2016 – Version 0.1.6
-Added AceStream Media (Engine) and Torrent Stream Controller apks download options
-Removed obsolete Engine bundle, old AceStream Engine and Ace Player apks from add-on settings
and from plexus-dependencies modules
-Android: changed, fixed, added and cleaned code related to Android
-Updated English translations
-Added Spanish translation

18/11/2016 – Version 0.1.5
-Forked plexus-dependencies
-Updated some modules (rpi, android)
-Android: AceStream Media (Engine) app is opened instead of old Ace Player

10/2/2015 – Version 0.1.4
-transfer to TVA repo
-fix for downloading modules

19/8/2015 – Version 0.1.1 & 0.1.2 & 0.1.3
-Raspberry PI 2 fixes

19/8/2015 – Version 0.1.0 (first beta)
-Removed parsers and lists
-Added stream manager
-Added support for the Raspberry PI 2
-Fixed stop
-New translation system
-Repository moved to a new location
-Plenty of other fixes

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