In this guide, I will show you how to install the Add That Source Kodi addon. You may use the same method for any compatible device, including FireStick Lite, FireStick 4K, Fire TV Cube, and Android TV boxes. Before I explain how to install the Add That Source Kodi addon, here’s some quick context.
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Kodi is one of the most popular open-source media software to date. It lets you access millions of hours of content across various formats, including videos, music, and games. However, to enjoy all this content, you need to integrate addons. That’s where repositories come into play.
A repository, or repo, is where bits of software are stored and distributed. The concept is similar to Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Addons, on the other hand, are pieces of software that can be added to a program to enhance the features and user experience.
Kodi repositories contain addons, which are essentially apps for Kodi. Repositories come in the form of ZIP files. Kodi has an official repository, but the options are limited. But don’t worry—that’s why we’re using Add That Source.
Add That Source for Kodi is a useful addon that lets you add repositories in just a few minutes. It has a vast collection of repositories so you don’t run out of entertainment. It can be accessed through the DaButcher Repository, which is a third-party source compatible with both Kodi 18 Leia and Kodi 19 Matrix.
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How to Install Add That Source Addon on Kodi
1. Open Kodi.
2. On the Kodi home screen, select the settings gear.
3. Find System in the bottom right corner of the screen and select it.
4. Scroll down to Add-ons. You should see Unknown sources in the right panel. Scroll across and down to it, then select it to turn it on.
Note: By default, this option is disabled for privacy and security reasons. Third-party sources like DaButcher Repository can’t be installed unless you enable Unknown sources.
5. When a warning pops up, select Yes.
6. Unknown sources is on when the switch is highlighted and toggled to the right.
7. Use your remote’s back button to return to settings. Then choose File manager.
8. Click Add source.
9. Select <None>.
10. A window with a virtual keyboard will pop up, asking you to enter a URL. Type http://dabutcher.org/repo/ and then click OK.
Note: Be sure not to make any typos.
11. You will be asked to enter a source name. Type dabutcher and then click OK.
12. Return to the Kodi home screen and select Add-ons on the left-hand menu.
13. Click Install from zip file.
14. A message will appear to notify you that addons installed this way must be manually updated. Click Yes.
15. Choose dabutcher.
16. Find the newest version of the repository, represented by the highest number before .zip. In the screenshot below, it’s repository.dab-1.3.zip. Select it and click OK.
17. Wait until you get a notification saying the repository was installed successfully.
18. Return to the Kodi home page, scroll to Add-ons in the left-hand menu, and select Install from repository.
19. Select DaButcher Repository.
20. Select Program add-ons.
21. Now choose Add That Source.
21. Select Install in the bottom-right corner. Congratulations, you’ve finished the installation!
22. Return to the Kodi home screen and scroll down to Add-ons in the left-hand menu. You should find Add That Source under Program add-ons in the right portion of the screen.
Add That Source Kodi Addon Overview
Add That Source addon has a simple interface that gets to the point. When you open the addon, you will see a list of repositories that you can install in just a few minutes:
- Helpful Youtube Videos
- How To Use Add That Source
- Add Multiple Sources
- DaButcher Repo
- Slamious Repo
- Narcacist Repo
- Venom Repo
- Magnetic Repo
- Mbebe Repo
- Dejavu Repo
- Catchup Repo
- Octopus Repo
- Nixgates Repo
If you want to get familiar with the Add That Source Kodi addon, you can go through the 5-minutes How to Use Add That Source YouTube video.
Under the Helpful YouTube Videos folder, you can access instructional content on Real-Debrid, Python, creating a repository, Portable Kodi, Kodi 19, and more.
I tried exploring the settings for the Add That Source addon. Unfortunately, I was told This add-on can’t be configured.
Since the Add That Source Kodi addon contains numerous repositories, scrolling through the entire list can be time-consuming. Thankfully, the addon has a Search option, where you can enter the name of the repository you want to install.
How to Install Any Addon From Add That Source
You can use the process below to install any addon found within Add That Source repositories list.
For this example, I’ll install Asgard, a popular all-in-one Kodi addon with sections for movies, TV shows, live sports and replays, live TV, and more.
Since Asgard is in the Narcacist Repository, this is the repository I’ll select from the list.
1. Choose Narcacist Repo. Note: If you want to install a particular addon other than Asgard, feel free to choose the repository that contains it.
2. Select the only link available, and then click OK.
3. You must enter a name for the source. Type Narcacist as the source name and click OK.
4. A short dialogue box will pop up to notify you that you need to restart Kodi. Click OK.
5. Go back to the Kodi home screen and click the power button in the top-left corner to exit.
6. Launch the Kodi app again and scroll to Add-ons in the left-hand menu.
7. Scroll to the right and select Install from zip file. A short dialogue box will pop up to notify you that addons installed from zip (excluding official Kodi repositories) must be manually updated. Select Yes to proceed.
8. Click narcacist.
9. Select repository.NarcacistWizard.zip and click OK.
10. Go back to the Kodi home screen again and scroll down to Add-ons in the left-hand menu. Scroll to the right and choose Install from repository.
11. Select Narcacist’s Wizard Repository.
12. Choose Video add-ons.
13. Select Asgard.
14. Click Install in the bottom-right corner.
15. Select OK when you see a pop-up box showing the add-ons that will be installed.
16. Wait until you see a message in the top-right corner of your screen indicating the addons have been installed. Congratulations, you’ve finished installing an addon using Add That Source!
17. Go back to your Kodi home screen and scroll to Add-ons in the left-hand menu. Asgard should appear under Video add-ons.
That’s everything you should know about the Add That Source Kodi addon. Now you’re ready to install all the top repositories in a few easy steps. Add That Source truly helps you enjoy Kodi to the fullest.
I hope you liked the article. Did you run into any issues during installation? How do you like Add That Source Kodi addon? Leave a comment to share your experience!
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