Kodi is one of the most versatile content streaming platforms available right now. Apart from offering a wide selection of add-ons and repositories, it goes a step further, and offers all these services for free!
But even in all its glory, it can be a little intimidating for the novice user.
In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to install the Yoda add-on on Kodi, in a simple and rudimental way.
Yoda is one of the most popular add-ons on Kodi, and is quite fun to use. Installation of the Yoda add-on can be a tad tricky, but I promise to make this process as simple and easy as possible.
Sounds interesting? Let’s get into it then!
What is Yoda:
Yoda is an add-on for Kodi, based on its predecessors – Exodus/Covenant. Using Yoda, you can get access to a multitude of premium content for free, including Movies, TV Shows, and Documentaries.
Yoda is one of the few add-ons that are rather consistent and offers the users free content streaming, even after many years.
It is a user-friendly application that is quite simple to use. But, installing this add-on on Kodi can be a bit of an ordeal.
Well, fret not. Follow along with me, and you’ll be done in no time!
For the sake of simplicity, we’re going to make use of Kodi Repositories in this tutorial.
Still with me? Awesome!
How to install Yoda on Kodi:
Before we get started, you must know that installing Yoda on Kodi is a four-tier process. It involves installing the right repositories and enabling the right settings.
You can either install the required repositories from a previous Kodi build that you might be using (Eg. Kodi Leia build, Firestick build, etc.), or just start fresh and follow this very simple procedure.
Here are the steps:
STEP 1: Enabling third-party add-ons:
Prior to installing this repository, you need to enable the installation of files from unknown sources on your Kodi. To do this:
- In the Kodi Home Screen, click on the Settings icon.
- Locate System Settings and open it.
- Inside System, go to the Add-ons tab.
- Locate the Unknown sources toggle and enable it.
- Select Yes in the pop-up confirmation window.
That’s step 1! Just 3 more to go!
STEP 2: Adding Yoda Add-on source:
For us to download the Kodi repository, we first need to add that repository to Yoda’s source manager. This will enable Kodi to directly download the repo files from the source link.
Here are the steps:
- In the Settings page, choose File Manager.
- On the left, select Add Source.
- In the pop-up window, carefully enter the repo path – http://2supremacy.uk/repo
- Enter any distinct title in the Name field (I’m naming it “supremacy”).
- Click on OK.
STEP 3: Installing the Supremacy Repository:
With that done, all you have to do is install the Repository with the Yoda add-on on to your Kodi.
Since our Yoda add-on is present inside this repository, we need to install it onto the Kodi local storage.
For this, just go back to the Settings page.
- In the Settings page, select Add-ons.
- Choose Install from zip file.
- Locate the source that we added in the previous step, and select it.
- Click on the file entitled “repository.supremacy-1.0.zip”.
This file might be named slightly different depending on the version you have installed.
Wait for the “Add-on installed” notification on the top right corner of the screen.
At this point, you’re almost done. There’s just one final step left – installing the add-on through the supremacy repo.
This is a pretty straightforward process, and at the end of it, you can finally start using the beloved Yoda on your Kodi.
STEP 4:Installing the Yoda add-on from the repository:
- Go back to the Add-ons page.
- In the list, select Install from the repository this time.
- Click on the downloaded repository.
- In the drop-down menu, choose Video add-ons.
- Locate Yoda and click on it.
- At the bottom right of the screen, click on Install.
- Click on OK in the pop-up confirmation window.
- Wait until you see the “Yoda installed successfully” notification.
And that’s it! You’re done!
Just head back to the Home Screen and you will find Yoda in the Add-ons tab to the left.
Can’t get the repository to work:
While researching for this article, I have noticed that a few of the Add-on sources seem to be offline. When you try to add the source, you might get a pop-up similar to this:
This can mean that the repo link might be damaged, and cannot be installed.
As of this writing, the repo that we used in this tutorial is fully up and running. But on the off chance that you’re not able to add it, you can try using the below add-on sources –
If you’re still unable to add the repo, it can mean that these repositories might not be supported in your region. In this situation, using a VPN to change your IP and location will do the trick.
Yoda is one of the best add-ons that you could use on your Kodi. It offers the users an assortment of top movies, TV shows and other premium content, for absolutely zero cost.
Installing the Yoda add-on on Kodi is a bit tricky, but doable. To download any add-on on Kodi, a concerned repository is required. In this tutorial, we made use of the Supremacy repo to download and install Yoda.