Yoda is an addon for Kodi based on Exodus/Covenant. Just like its predecessor, Yoda gets its sources from several file hosting sites. It can synchronize with your Trakt account and can also be integrated with the library. Yoda supports premium accounts like Real Debrid, Premiumize and more.
In this tutorial we are going to install Yoda on Kodi 17.6 using its official source, the Supremacy repository. Let’s begin.
Allowing 3rd party addons on Kodi
If this is the first time you install add-ons, you must configure Kodi to allow the installation of unofficial add-ons.
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 the Supremacy source to Kodi
In order to download the repository directly from Kodi we must add a link to the Supremacy source.
Installing Supremacy Repository
The repository is responsible for installing Yoda and updating it when new versions are available.
Installing Yoda Addon on Kodi
We’ve added the source and installed the repository, now it’s time to install Yoda.
You can use your Trakt.tv account to get access to your collection and lists, Yoda can also integrate with the library, download files and subtitles. Use the Tools option on the Main Menu to check the addon’s settings.
If you need help using custom subtitle providers with Yoda please read How to enable subtitles on Kodi.
[Optional] Using Real Debrid with Yoda Kodi Addon
File hosters often limit file availability and bandwidth for free users, using premium accounts gives you unrestricted access to several hosters and can greatly improve the speed, quality and quantity of available sources.
In this example we’ll use Real Debrid, a popular service to get access to various file hosters for a very low price.
Now that you authorized Real Debrid, Yoda, Exodus Redux and other addons using the Resolve URL dependency will get access to premium sources.