Adding Fusion to Kodi is the first step to installing other addons developed by the TVAddons community who offers a great selection of legal addons and useful tools like Git Browser and Indigo. Fusion Installer is TVAddons’ source directory and it hosts installation files for all its addons. In this tutorial we’re going to install Fusion on Kodi.
Allowing 3rd party addons
If this is your first time installing addons on Kodi you’ll have to allow the use of unofficial sources. If you already did it please skip to the next section.
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.
Installing Fusion on Kodi
Now we’ll add Fusion as a source.
Opening Fusion Installer
Once you installed Fusion on Kodi you can download Git Browser to install addons directly from Github or Indigo to browse TVAddons’ addons and tools. Please read How to install Git Browser on Kodi or How to install Indigo on Kodi for more information.