Placenta is a popular addon for Kodi, it’s based on Covenant so it feels very familiar to use. Placenta has many new features including a categories for Kids, Fitness, Music and it also supports library integration, Trakt.tv, premium accounts and more.
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In this guide we are going to install Placenta on Kodi using the Magicality repo. Let’s begin.
Allowing 3rd party addons on Kodi
If you already installed other 3rd party addons you can skip this section. If this is your first time installing addons you must allow the installation of unofficial addons on Kodi.
Enabling Unknown sources will allow installation of 3rd party addons that are not available in the official Kodi repository, we also recommend enabling Show notifications since most addons use them to display important information.
Adding Magicality source
We’ll add a link to Magicality’s source, this will allow us to download the repository zip file directly on Kodi.
Installing Magicality repository
Magicality repo is kindly hosting Placenta’s last version before it became discontinued.
Installing Placenta addon
After installing the repository it’s finally time to install the addon.
You can authorize your trakt.tv account with Placenta to get access to your Trakt Collection and Lists, Placenta also features library integration if you prefer to keep you library organized locally on your device.
If you want to use subtitles with Placenta please read How to enable subtitles on Kodi.
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