Fusion Installer for Kodi

Once you’ve installed Kodi, the Fusion Installer is your first step to getting all the best add-ons for XBMC.
Step 1: Navigate to the “File manager” tab under the “SYSTEM” menu.

Step 2: Click on the “Add source” option.

Step 3: Select the top text input box marked “<None>” under the “Enter the paths of browse for the media locations” field.

Step 4: Using the on-screen keyboard, type in “http://fusion.tvaddons.ag” without quotations, and then press the “Done” button. In case you’re having trouble, press the “Symbols” button to insert the colon and forward slashes.

Step 5: Select the bottom text input box under the “Enter a name for the media Source” field.

Step 6: Using the on-screen keyboard, type in “fusion” without quotations, and then press the “Done” button.

Step 7: Press the “OK” button at the bottom of the window.

Step 8: You’ll now notice that “fusion” is listed within the “File manager” window.

Step 9: Return to the main menu, then Navigate to the “Settings” tab under the “SYSTEM” menu.

Step 10: Select the “Add-ons” option from the left side menu bar.

Step 11: Press the “Ok” button when prompted with the “First run help…” dialogue.

Step 10: Select the “Install from zip file” option.

Step 11: Select the “fusion” folder from the listing.

Step 12: You’ll now be able to open whichever folder from which you wish to install add-ons for Kodi.

Recommended Method: You’ll find easy configuration tools such as the Config Wizard, Addon Installer and Fresh Start program add-ons within the “start-here” folder.

Alternative Method: If you’d like to install your desired add-ons for Kodi the “old school” method by manually installing your desired repositories and enabling each add-on one by one, you’ll find all the best Kodi repositories within the “xbmc-repos” folder.

Congratulations! You’ve now configured the Fusion Installer for Kodi. You’ll want take a look at our Config Wizard and Addon Installer guides at this point.