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    A perfectly normal question.

    I have kodi on a laptop, can I transfer it to other laptop and devices?
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    Just download it onto the other laptop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the cat View Post
    Just download it onto the other laptop.
    What he said ^^^^^^
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    What about transferring it to other devices?
    The likes of a firestick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil9629 View Post
    What about transferring it to other devices?
    The likes of a firestick.
    That's something you'll need to Google and follow the steps. You can't directly download kodi onto a firestick. It's possible cause I've done it but you need to change a few settings and download a file transfer program on your laptop. Sounds complicated but it's really not.
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    I'll give it whirl.

    Thanks for the help chaps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    That's something you'll need to Google and follow the steps. You can't directly download kodi onto a firestick. It's possible cause I've done it but you need to change a few settings and download a file transfer program on your laptop. Sounds complicated but it's really not.
    Absolute horse shit.

    Yes you can do it that way but there is easier ways

    Change settings so you can get apps from unknown sources

    Download program from the store called "downloader"

    Open it

    Type in http://troypoint.com/kodistable into box

    Then install kodi .

    That's it done. Then you just add either your build or sources as normal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stran View Post
    Absolute horse shit.

    Yes you can do it that way but there is easier ways

    Change settings so you can get apps from unknown sources

    Download program from the store called "downloader"

    Open it

    Type in http://troypoint.com/kodistable into box

    Then install kodi .

    That's it done. Then you just add either your build or sources as normal
    That's how I did it on the stick.

    The downloader program is a bit fiddly but it does work.

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    If you have android phone you can download adbfire (apps 2 fire) you need to find ip address of fire stick in network settings stick it into your app on phone and then you can side load apps that way also including kodi

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    Try to help and get abuse.....

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