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  1. Blake
    28.04.2023 @ 09:25

    Specto Kodi came to life when Genesis was taken down by law enforcement. Specto Fork was one of the Kodi add-ons rolled out by the developer team called Mrknow. It is a video add-on that contains movies and TV shows. It has a similar interface to Exodus and also provides automatic subtitles for videos. In this guide, we provided detailed instructions on how to install Specto Fork on Kodi. So follow the steps highlighted below:

    To install Specto Fork on Kodi Krypton version 17 or higher, the first step required by Kodi users is to launch Kodi on their system > Then click on the Settings icon located at the top next to the power icon > Here you will see different options, select File Manager > This opens on the archive page, add a repository by double-clicking on Add source. A box appears in front of your screen, so click where it says None > It will ask you to write the URL in the repository and click Okay > At the bottom, enter the name of the repository, so write Kodil and click Okay so the box disappears. To install the repository, go back to the Kodi main menu > Click on the Add-ons tab > Now click on the box icon in the top left corner also known as the Package Installer icon. Select the option Install from zip file > You should find an option Kodil and click on it > You will find two zip files, click on > It installs the repository. Click on the option Install from repository > Then Kdil Repository > Add-ons–on > Specto Fork > Click on Install. Go to Kodi main menu > Select the Add-ons tab > Click on Video add-ons > Specto Fork > So enjoy!

    To install Specto Fork on Kodi Jarvis version 16 or below, to install Specto Fork, you first need to open Kodi on your system > Then click on the System tab located in the main menu > Then File Manager > Double-click Add source > Click None > Write URL > Click Done > Write name Kodil > Click Done > Click Okay. Kodi home screen > System > Click on Add-ons > Now click on Install from zip file > Kodil > > Wait for installation > Install from repository > Kdil Repository > Video add-ons > Search for Specto Fork from