Looking to find the Colossus repo to access some of the best unofficial Kodi add-ons like Covenant and SportsDevil?  You’ve come to the right place.

In this post, I’ll show you a couple ways to download and install the Colossus repo.

Update: The Kod1 Server Has Been Shut Down

This post used to show you how to use a file source called Kod1 to install the Colossus repo.  That option is gone now, so at the moment, your options for getting the Colossus repo are…

  1. Use the Smash Repo also mention on my Covenant installation tutorial.
  2. Manually download and install the Colossus repository zip file from Github. (tutorial below)

Update #2: Colossus Repository Has Been Shut Down

After Exodus was abandoned, many Kodi users turned to Covenant in order to watch movies and TV shows.

As the popularity of the these third-party add-ons rose, it alerted the Motion Picture Association (MPA) which represents Disney, Paramount Pictures, Twentieth Century Fox, Universal City Studios, Warner Bros, Netflix, and Amazon Studios.  They claimed that the add-ons included in the Colossus repo violated their intellectual property rights.

As a result, the whole Colossus repository was deleted which contained Covenant, Bennu, and Sportie.

Update #3: Use the XvBMC repo instead

If you’re looking to get Colossus repo in order to install the Covenant add-on, use the XvBMC repo.

How to Install Covenant Add-on for Kodi (NEW Source After Repo Shutdown)

How to Install the Colossus Repo from Github

  • Download the Colossus repository zip file from Github.  Either download it from in a browser on your Kodi device, or transfer it to your Kodi device after you download it on your computer.  If using a Fire Stick, you can use the “Downloader” app and enter this url… http://bit.ly/colossus-repo
  • Go to the Kodi Add-on Browser
  • Select Install from zip file
  • Browse to the zip file you downloaded (repository.colossus-999.999.x.zip) and select it
  • Wait a moment for it to install.  You should see a notification appear and then go away letting you know it’s installed.
  • Once it finishes, if you go back to the Add-on Browser and select Install from repository, you should see Colossus Repository
  • If you got the notification, but you don’t see it yet under Install from repository, try a restart of Kodi.

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Have Any Tips?

Have you found an alternate way to get Colossus or Covenant?  Leave a comment below.  Thanks!