You can now comfortably download and install Kodi on your iOS and better yet, you won’t have to jailbreak your device. For starters, Kodi is a free and open source media player available on iOS, Android, Window and Mac platform.
Apart from being a free and open source there are more reasons why you should be use Kodi on your iOS 9.2/9.1/9/10 device. Top on this list is that this media player is easy to use, powerful and yet very flexible. Thanks to this media player you can stream all the TV shows, sports, movies and other great content you can imagine. Before anything let us first learn how to install this media player on our iPhone or iPad devices.
Kodi installation steps
It is important to state that installing Kodi is not as easy as most people might image. However, this is not to say that it is impossible. The following is a list of systems you should follow in order to make this process much easier.
- First and foremost, connect your iOS device to your Mac.
- Download the kodi.deb file and iOS App Signer. Save both files on your desktop and make sure you have installed the latest version of xcode7.
- Once you have completed the above step, connect your iOS device to your Mac and launch the latest version of Xcode7 you have installed. Create a fresh application and give it a new name as ‘Kodi’ and enter your Name in the identifier box.
- After you are done find the Team Drop Down Box, push out your current team or login with your own Apple ID.
- If you come around to see a button which says ‘Fix’, click on it and it will solve up if any profile issues comes up.
- Go ahead and minimize Xcode and launch the IOS App Signer which you had previously downloaded. Check on the Signing certificate and Provisioning Profile and tap on Start. The Kodi.ipa file will be saved to your desktop automatically.
- Once you have done that open up the Xcode and tap on the menu bar and choose Devices.
- Select out your iOS device from the drop down of devices and tap on + sign and select kodi.ipa file
That is it, the Kodi app will be built and deployed on your device. It will let you have better media center experience than its former version, XBMC.