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Kodi works great with Fire Stick or Fire TV, I would recommend the Fire TV. It has almost unlimited memory by adding SIM cards to it.
I have been using this Nemesis build for about a year, I really like it. Auto updates, easy menus and no porn.
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Fairly easy to install, find what you like on YouTube and they will walk you step by step.
A few rules, never charge for Kodi, never record anything, limit the people that view your screen....no block party viewing.
Kodi was developed by X Box users a few years ago who wanted to share vids of their gaming skills. Soon they were sharing a lot more.


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1 minute ago, ske1eter said:

Plus one should consider buying/joining a VPN service so that your connection is encrypted through your ISP so that they can't see what you're viewing as they might frown on you watching "free" movies, if you know what I mean.

Thanks, good suggestion, I have a VPN and will use that from now on

 

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19 hours ago, Nunyabiz said:

 

I have yet to find a VPN that is worth a damn.  

 

 

Free VIPNs seem to be hit and miss from what I've read and once you use your "allotment" of bandwidth, the connection suffers.

I've only tried one paid service so far. After reading reviews, I just went with what seemed most popular with lots of servers, so I picked IPVanish. If you search around, you can get a year for around $53ish. The good thing is that they supposedly allow you to access torrent sites, and have 5 simultaneous devices in use on one account. I've tested their stream speed and it seems to be able to handle my full 50Mb connection.

 

I'm not pimping IPVanish as I said this is my first VPN that I've paid for but so far it's worked fine for all of my streaming so far.

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7 hours ago, philpom said:

I wouldn't spend any $ on KODI plus all of the desirable content is illegal.

 

 

 

 

 

Yup seen this one. Kodi is open source so it really can't be "shut down". Since the Fire Stick is only $40, it's not sinking a whole lot of money to try it out. So far I've used it to watch sports that are aired in Europe, like Moto GP races, WRC, etc., that we can't get here

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20 hours ago, Marty said:

Does it matter which VPN one uses?  What source or method for adding the fire TV into the menu?

 

Search on YouTube. There are a couple of different methods to put Kodi on the Fire TV.

 

You just want a VPN that will be able to handle the stream w/o buffering and stuttering.

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4 hours ago, ske1eter said:

 

Search on YouTube. There are a couple of different methods to put Kodi on the Fire TV.

 

You just want a VPN that will be able to handle the stream w/o buffering and stuttering.

Thanks for the reply.

 

I an looking at various You Tube videos.

 

As far as the VPN some say to hook a VPN  router to the service provider router/modem. That seems to be the way to go instead of setting each device up. Linksys is the one they recommend.

 

i will figure this out Thanks.

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