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How To Install Kodi On Firestick - A Quick-Start Beginner's Guide - cover

How To Install Kodi On Firestick - A Quick-Start Beginner's Guide

Andy Hayes

Publisher: Fyrus

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Summary

How To Install Kodi On A Fire Stick

 
Step-by-Step Guide With Pictures To Master Your Kodi
 
Kodi is the most fantastic application for stream the material to the television from the computer or phone. Kodi is an open source and easily available application which was released in 2002 by the XBMC firm, which is a non-profitable technological company. Kodi is easily accessible and runnable by many operating systems such as Linux, Microsoft windows, iOS and android. This eBook has a complete guide about the Kodi Installation on to the Fire stick. The book is divided into five sections. The first chapter is about the brief introduction and the importance of the Kodi application. The second chapter is about the tips and tricks to install the Kodi on the Fire Stick. The different ways to install the Kodi without using PC are stated in the third section of this book. The tips and tricks to install the Kodi on to the Chrome Cast are mentioned in the fourth chapter. In the fifth chapter the best Kodi Builds and Addons are stated with their explanation. List of all the chapters is given below:
 
Chapter 01 -- Kodi- A Brief Introduction
 
Chapter 02 -- Easy tips and tricks to install Kodi on Amazon Fire Stick
 
Chapter 03 -- Tips to install Kodi without PC
 
Chapter 04 – Tips to Install Kodi on the Chrome Cast
 
Chapter 05 – The Best Kodi Addons and Kodi Builds

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