Incursion [Media for the Masses] is yet another fork of the popular Covenant add-on for Kodi. The functionality of the Incursion Kodi add-on is almost exactly the same as Covenant, but a bit better.
Incursion on Kodi has some more settings than Covenant didn’t have. From January up until April 2018 (at the time of updating this post) Incursion appears to be in active development and/or is being consistently maintained, which is a very good thing. These factors make Incursion a very compelling option for me.
Update: Since first writing this post, I’ve tried using a few other add-ons like Gaia and Neptune Rising as my primary add-on, but I finally came back to Incursion as my current favorite add-on. It seems much faster, cleaner, and well-maintained.
Incursion feels a bit quicker than other streaming add-ons, and I like the way it displays the number of streams found as it searches, both by quality and by normal vs premium. But, most of all, it just works.
Update #2: Incursion has been abandoned and has been slowing degrading in quality. It has now been removed from the repositories so you can no longer install it.
Incursion Kodi Add-on Details and Status
|Add-on:||Incursion (1.0.0)||Nov 21, 2018||Offline|
|Repo:||Nixgates||May 23, 2022||Online|
|File Source:||https://kinkeadtech.com/repos (KinkeadTech)||Online|
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How to Install Nixgates Repo Using the GitHub Browser
This is the easiest way to install Incursion if you already have the GitHub Browser add-on from TVAddons / Fusion.
If you want to use the GitHub Browser to install the Nixgates repo, then follow my tutorial on how to install the GitHub Browser. After you have the GitHub Browser add-on installed, you can easily install the Nixgates repo simply by searching for the GitHub username:
After you have installed the Nixgates repository, move on to learn how to install the Incursion add-on from the Nixgates repo.
How to Install the Nixgates Repo from the KinkeadTech File Source
- Go to Settings (cog icon) > File Manager
- Select Add Source
- Click on the <None> box and type in the URL of the repo server, exactly like this (case-sensitive):
Hint: If you’re on a phone and the URL is too long, swipe sideways.
- Give it a name in the box below (name it KinkeadTech)
- Now, go to the Settings > Add-ons > Install from Zip File > KinkeadTech > repository.nixgates-2.1.0.zip
How to Install the Incursion Add-on From the Nixgates Repo
- After you have the Nixgates Repo installed, go back to the Settings > Add-ons screen and select Install from Repository > Nixgates Repo > Video add-ons > Incursion > Install
Kodi Streamers: Remember to Use a VPN
Whether you need to get around your ISP blocking/throttling your streaming OR you just want to keep your video streaming private, I always recommend Kodi streamers use a VPN. To learn more, read my 4 Reasons Why Kodi Streamers Need a Kodi VPN.
Having Kodi Streaming Issues?
If you’re having any issues with buffering, low quality streams, “no stream available”, please check out my list of Troubleshooting Tips for Kodi Streaming Issues.
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5 thoughts on “How to Install the Incursion Kodi Add-on”
Thank you, been a long time I had a working Real-Debrid.
When I download and go into Video add-ons there is nothing there to install
Sorry, can you clarify where you’re getting stuck? Have you added the file source? Have you installed the Incursion repository from the zip file? Have you gone into install from repository and into the Incursion repository?
When I go to Video Add-Ons, the Incursion file is not there to download?
Are you saying when you go to the Add-on browser > Install from Repository > Incursion Repository > Video- add-ons, then you don’t see Incursion as one of the add-ons to install?