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  1. Cristopher
    28.04.2023 @ 09:51

    Streaming your favorite content live is now possible through the Plexus add-on for Kodi. Plexus is a free third-party streaming extension that allows users to easily stream their favorite content. However, installing third-party Kodi add-ons can sometimes be a problem for new users. You will be guided on how to install Plexus on Kodi step by step in this blog. This is a detailed installation guide to explain how to use the Plexus Kodi add-on on different operating systems. After reading the guide, you will be able to access Plexus stream easily.

    Installing Plexus on Kodi Krypton Version 17 or higher:

    1. Run the Kodi application. Click on the settings icon in the left column. Several options will appear, select “File Manager”. A new window will appear, select “Add Source” from the left column.

    2. When the add source window is prompted, double-click on the line that shows “”. Here, enter the link “” and click “OK”. Now enter the name “ares”, click “OK” again.

    3. After the link and name are entered, click OK again and you will return to the File Manager. Now go back to the Kodi home screen and click Add-on. Now look at the top of the left column, an icon box will appear. Click on that box icon.

    4. Click “Install from zip file” and click “ares”. This will display several Kodi repositories, click “”.

    5. Now wait for the repository to install, a message will appear after installation. After the notification appears, click “Install from repository”. Now select “Ares Project”. Wait for the additional message to be activated. Click on “Program add-ons”. Select “Plexus”. Click “Install”. Wait for the “add-on enabled” notification. After the notification appears, you can access the Plexus stream.

    Installing Plexus for Kodi Jarvis Version 16 or below:

    1. Run the Kodi application. Click on SYSTEM and open File Manager. Click “Add Source”. Click on the line that states “”. Enter the link “” and click “Done”. Name this link as “ares” and click “OK”.

    2. Go back to the Kodi home screen. Click “SYSTEM”. Click “Add-on”. From this window, click “Install from zip file”. Click “ares”. Select “repository.aresproject-x.x.x