If you use Kodi at all, you have most likely seen an error like this that says “Playback failed: One or more items failed to play. Check the log file for details.”
Or maybe you’re getting a different error like the ever-so-frustrating Failed to Install a Dependency error.
But how exactly are you supposed to check this mysterious log file???
About a month ago, I posted about Gaia, raving about how well-built and intricate the Kodi add-on was. Gaia has an enormous amount of settings, and in my tests, it was able to get more links than any other add-on.
VPN logs are data that is collected about you and your internet history by your VPN provider while connected to their VPN servers. It is best practice in the VPN industry to adopt the policy of not collecting logs since logs pose a risk of privacy invasion which would defeat much of the purpose of using a VPN.
Are you getting the Failed to Install a Dependency error message in Kodi using an add-on like Neptune Rising, Covenant, or any others like that? I’ve helped some people get their new Kodi boxes set up since the Fusion shut-down, and it was not always easy.
One issue I came across was not being able to install any new add-ons even from the new Kodi Fusion alternative repos. It was always giving the error message “Failed to Install a Dependency“.
The Gaia Kodi add-on is a noteworthy, “up & coming” streaming add-on that you should definitely try out. Being a fork of the Bubbles add-on, the emphasis of Gaia is having an insane amount of bells & whistles. This “next generation” Kodi add-on makes Exodus, Covenant and all of their forks look, frankly, primitive.
Gaia streams movies, shows, documentaries, and short film from a much wider variety of sources including torrents, usenet, hosters, and video streaming services. Gaia is optimized for premium services like Premiumize, OffCloud, Real-Debrid, and EasyNews.