How To Install Cryptonite Kodi Addon

Every month, you’ll come across a new add-on for Kodi. Cryptonite is one of them but a much more powerful add-on to get tons of movies ad tv shows. The dashboard looks like Exodus and Covenant. Hence it’s a good Exodus Fork that provides great movies and tv shows collection.

Cryptonite is proving HD quality movies and shows streaming at no cost. Although, it works far better than any other rivals with Real-Debrid integration. The add-on having a clean UI and a content-rich dashboard to play thousands of video files.

I know, many Kodi users curiously looking for a good add-on that has the ability to pull-out 1080p HD quality streaming links. Cryptonite is doing a marvelous job in this. If you need the Best Kodi Add-on for daily entertainment dose, Cryptonite could be a good option to include in your list.

Cryptonite Kodi Add-ons has the following materials to watch- Movies, Live TV, Sports, Shows, Music, and much more… Get it installed on your Kodi device and enjoy streaming.

How To Install Cryptonite Kodi Add-on?

Cryptonite is available to install from Team Falcon Repository for Kodi. Follow these steps to install this add-on on Kodi –

1- Launch Kodi

First of all, you need to go to your Apps list and launch Kodi. Firestick users can go to Settings> Applications> Manage Installed Applications> Show App> Select Kodi> Launch. Or you can simply press the Home button and Firestick remote and go to Your Apps and Games list> select See All> then select Kodi to launch.

Kodi Home

2- Go to Settings

You’ll see a gear looking icon of the left side of the TV screen, select that. Refer to the image below to recognize the Settings icon.

Kodi Settings

3- Select System Settings

At the bottom corner of your TV screen, you’ll find a System option. Using your remote, select that option.

System Settings

4- Select Add-ons

A similar interface as given below will on your TV. Select Add-ons option from the left navigation.

Addons Settings

5- Select Unknown sources

By default, Kodi keeps this option disabled to prevent third-party installation. But, I’m sure only official add-ons are not enough for you. So, in order to install unofficial addons for Kodi, you need to enable Unknown sources on your device.

Kodi Unknown Sources

6- Select Yes

You could find a Warning popup on your device screen. If you use a secure VPN and install the add-ons from a trusted source, you won’t face any issue. So, ignore this popup and select Yes to continue.

Kodi Unknown Sources Warning Popup

7- Go back and Select File Manager

Just press the back button on your Firestick remote or Backspace button on your PC to see this screen. Select File Manager option to enter the repository details.

Kodi File Manager

8- Select Add source

Here you need to add a file source to install any third-party addon. Click/Select Add source option.

Add Sources in Kodi

9- Select <None>

You can see an empty file source. Select the <None> option to enter the media source address.

Edit Source

10- Enter a Source URL

Here you need to enter the Kodi Repository address (Media Source) from where you want to install that add-on. I’m entering the repository source of Team Falcon and here it’s located – and then select OK.

Install Falcon Repo

11- Enter a Source Name

In order to recognize in later steps, I’m naming it as – Falcon. But, you can enter anything here. I generally put the Addon or Repository name as Media Source Name for understanding.

Team Falcon repository

12- Save Media Source

I recommend you, review this again. Make sure you entered the correct URL in the box and remember the source name. Select OK to save it.

How to install Team Falcon Kodi Repository

13- Go back and Select Add-ons

Once again, press the Back button on Firestick remote or Backspace key on your PC keyboard. Select Add-ons option from here.


14- Select Install from zip file

You’ll get a screen like this on your device. Here you’ll see several options. Select Install from zip file to go further.

Install from Zip file

15- Select Media Source Folder

If you remember, In Step #11, You’ll be asked to enter a media source name that you can recognize later. So, select the source folder to find out the repository file. I’ll choose Falcon here because I entered this name during adding a media source.

Team Falcon for Kodi

16- Select the Zip File

Here you can see a Zip file for Falcon Repository installation. Select to install on your device.

Install Falcon Repo

17- Select Install from repository

Please wait for a few seconds till repository zip is installed on your device. Now select Install from repository to proceed forward.

Install from Repository

18- Select Falcon Repo

You can see the Falcon in your repository list. Select Falcon Repo to install this add-on.

Falcon Repository

19- Select Video Add-ons

From the various options displaying on your TV screen, select Video add-ons.

Falcon Repository Video Add-ons

20- Select Cryptonite

Select Cryptonite from your repository video add-ons list.

Install Cryptonite Kodi Addon

21- Select Install

Select/Click on the Install button to begin the installation of the Cryptonite add-on on Kodi.

Cryptonite Kodi Addon

22- Select OK

This add-on requires some additional add-ons and scripts to run properly. Click OK to make it work.

Install Cryptonite Addon Dependencies

23- Open Add-on Folder

You’ll get a notification that Cryptonite Add-on installed. Now, select the folder to open it.

Install Cryptonite Kodi Addon

24- Launch Add-on

Select the Open option to launch it on your device. Else, you can go to Kodi Home> Add-ons> Video Add-ons> Launch Cryptonite.

Use Cryptonite Kodi Addon

25- Watch anything

Here you’ll find all the folders where you can choose them according to your interest.

Watch Cryptonite on Kodi

Final Words

You’ve got the best Exodus Fork on your Kodi. Now, you can watch anything provided by this addon. The Cryptonite also allows you to keep track of your streaming activities through account integration. Also, you can authenticate the Real-Debrid account for better and 4K HD streaming links.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial… I request you to please come forward with your feedback in the comment box below.


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