Kodi not working?Getting the infamous Exodus “No stream available” error? (or any other Kodi add-on, for that matter)
I get a lot of comments and questions from readers like you who run into Kodi streaming issues with add-ons like Exodus, Covenant, etc. I’ve replied so many times with many of the same tips, so I thought I should compile a comprehensive list of all of the troubleshooting tips I usually give to people to help get their Kodi setup running smoothly again. I hope this helps you.
If you use Exodus with Real-Debrid like I do, you may have noticed that the Real-Debrid sources have disappeared this past week. Without Real-Debrid, you’ve been left with all the regular public links that are a lot more “hit and miss” when it comes to their quality and bandwidth.
Recently I started getting comments from readers that they’re having an issue with Exodus. Each person described it the same way. In Exodus, when they play a TV show episode, it always plays the first episode of the series instead of the episode that was selected. They ask how they can fix Exodus.
At the first complaint, I thought it may have been a fluke, but then after 3 identical complaints, I realize that this must be a more widespread issue. So, I investigated and found the solutions.
This tutorial will show you how to use the Arctic Zephyr skin on Kodi to show the latest episodes from your shows in Exodus according to your Trakt.tv lists.
Back when I used to use Genesis or SALTS, I primarily used Kodi by browsing the video library with the “library integration” feature that was available in those add-ons. I even wrote tutorials on How to Merge Kodi Streaming Add-ons into the Video Library and how to Sync Genesis TV & Movie Libraries Across Multiple Kodi HTPCs.
However, these days, I’m using Exodus which doesn’t have library integration. The developer of Exodus, lambda, left out the library integration feature on purpose because the tight integration with Trakt.tv is so much better.
I agree with the statement that Trakt.tv is better. However, one feature that I missed by not having library integration was the ability to browse my favorite shows (from a streaming add-on) in the Kodi video library.
Now that I’m using Exodus, my video library is empty and useless.
Well, that doesn’t mean I can’t have an awesome Kodi home screen that dynamically pulls in new episodes from my favorite TV shows as configured in my Trakt.tv account. Here’s a tutorial on how to do it.
If you get a lot of “No Stream Available” error messages with or buffering issues when using Kodi streaming add-ons like Exodus or SALTS, you’re not alone.
Kodi add-ons like those have been notorious for making people try source link after source link until they find one that works. At times, it can become quite tedious and starts to make you wonder if all this Kodi streaming stuff is worth the hassle.
Game of Thrones is a wildly popular show, yet it can also be difficult to figure out how to watch it if you don’t have an expensive cable or satellite plan or an HBO subscription. Well, I’m here to show you the best way to watch Game of Thrones for free.
It’s been a while since I posted a tutorial, so I thought I would run through lots of things in a video tutorial.
If you’re interested in Kodi 17 Krypton (currently a development build at the time of writing this) and the new Estuary skin that comes with it, or if you’re interested in how to install lambda’s latest add-on Exodus (the successor to the popular Genesis), then make sure you check out this video tutorial.