In this guide, I will take you through the installation steps of Kodi Titanium Build on FireStick and Fire TV devices (the same guide will also work on other Kodi boxes including PC / Smartphones). Kodi is nothing without its addons and we often go out looking for the one that suits our needs the best. For most users, no single add-on is enough to fulfill all their Kodi needs. Therefore, we have to install multiple add-ons for various purposes. But, when you have several add-ons, management could get a little tricky. And, not to mention how inconvenient it is to look up for each add-on individually and then install it separately.
Titanium for Kodi takes care of all of this for you. Titanium build is inarguably the most widely used Kodi build presently. The build has received rave reviews from the experts and users alike. This tool brings all your favorite add-ons at one place allowing you to install them quickly with just a touch of the button. Titanium also transforms the Kodi interface into something more functional and visually more appealing. The Kodi front gets a more modern, happening cosmetic uplift with tons of added functions. Let us now learn how to install Titanium on Kodi.
Check out here how to Install Kodi on FireStick if you haven’t done that already.
Prepare Kodi to Install Titanium Build
There Is a Kodi security feature that prevents the installation of third-party add-ons that are not hosted on the official Kodi Add-on Repository. This feature prevents installation of malicious add-ons or builds that might cause harm to your device.
Kodi Titanium build is an extremely popular and used by hundreds of thousands of Kodi users. This build is absolutely safe. Therefore, to install this Titanium build, we will have to disable this security feature by enabling ‘Unknown Sources.’
Follow these steps:
1. Open Settings from the Kodi home screen (it is the cog icon on the top, just under the Kodi logo on the left side)
2. Now open ‘System Settings’
3. Select Add-ons on the left panel
4. Highlight Unknown Sources on the right and press the ‘Select’ button on your remote
5. You will now see this warning message. Ignore it and press ‘Yes’ as Titanium Kodi build is a safe to install.
You are all set to install third-party add-ons. We will now learn to install Titanium Build on Kodi.
How to Install Titanium Build on Kodi 17.6
Titanium Build is available as the part of the Supreme Builds Wizards. Therefore, we will first need to install Supreme Builds Repository. From this repository, we will install Supreme Builds Wizard. We will use the wizard to get Titanium for Kodi.
Part 1: Install Supreme Builds
#1. Open Settings by clicking the cog icon on the top of the Kodi home screen. Now, click File Manager from the list of the options.
#2. Click ‘Add-source’ on the next screen
#3. Now, click ‘<None>’ to type in the URL of the source from which you will install Supreme Builds
#4. Use your remote and the onscreen keyboard to type in http://repo.supremebuilds.com as shown in the image below. Type the URL carefully as it should be exactly as it is shown. Else, you will not be able to get Kodi Titanium build.
#5. Now enter a name of the source whose URL you just added in the “Enter a name of this media source’ field. You may choose any name you wish to identify this source with. Making the name relevant to the source will help you find it easily later. I will choose ‘Supreme’ in this article.
#6. Now, press the OK button to continue
#7. The next thing you need to do is go back to the Kodi home-screen and click ‘Add-ons’ option on the left
#8. Click the Package Installer icon on the top left on the next screen
#9. Now, scroll down and click ‘Install from zip file’ option
#10. Click ‘Supreme’ from the list (or the name you gave to the media source earlier)
#11. Now click ‘repository.supremebuilds-X.X.X.zip’ file that you see. Here, X.X.X represents the version number. At the time of writing this article, 1.0.0 was the latest version
Now, wait for the Add-on installed notification to appear on the top right of the Kodi window (see the image below)
From the same window select and click ‘Install from repository’ and then select and click ‘Supreme Builds Repository’ from the list of the available repositories.
Click ‘Program add-ons’ in the next window
Now click ‘Supreme Builds Wizard’ to proceed
Click the Install button on the bottom right of the next screen to install Supreme Builds Wizard
When the installation is complete, you should see the notification on the top right of the window (image below)
The moment Supreme Builds Wizard is installed, you will see a bunch of pop-ups like these. There is nothing you need to do. Simply ignore them by either pressing Dismiss or Ignore buttons.
If you happen to see the following pop-up (image below), again no action is required unless you specifically want something from the listed options.
Part 2: Steps to Install Titanium Kodi Build
Now we will learn how to install Titanium Build on Kodi 17.6 through the Supreme Builds Wizard. Here is what you need to do:
From the Kodi home-screen, navigate to Add-ons > Program Add-ons. You will see the Supreme Builds Wizard icon here. Click it to run it!
Now open ‘(Supreme Builds) Builds’ option
Under Krypton Builds you will see Titanium for Kodi right on the top. This build is available for download through multiple servers. It doesn’t matter which server you install the build from as all of them have the same files. Choosing the server closer to you may result in faster download though. Also, if one server doesn’t work, you can always use the other server. I will choose the ‘USA Server’
Now you will get two options – Fresh Install or Standard Install
Fresh Install will wipe all the existing Kodi data clean (including the existing add-ons) and then install Titanium Build. It will be like using Kodi afresh.
Standard Install will keep your existing Add-ons.
I personally feel that once you have Titanium for Kodi, you do not need anything else. This is why I will go with ‘Fresh Install’. But, if you want to keep your add-ons, you can always select ‘Standard Install’
This is the message I see when I choose ‘Fresh Install’. It asks you whether you wish to restore Kodi to the default factory settings. Confirm your action by pressing ‘Continue’
Titanium Kodi builds will start to install. This is what you will see.
Once the installation is complete, you will see the message asking whether you wish to ‘Force Close’ Kodi or ‘Reload Profile’. I have tried reloading the profile a few times on my FireStick device and every time Kodi has crashed. So, I would recommend clicking ‘Force Close’. But, you can try ‘Reload Profile’ and see how it behaves on your device.
Whatever you choose, it will not change anything much.
Once Kodi Titanium build has been installed, this is how the home screen of your Kodi app will look like.
So, now we have learned how to install Titanium on Kodi.
If you need more builds or Addons, you can check out the links below.
Video Guide to Install Titanium Build on Kodi
Titanium Kodi build gives Kodi a complete cosmetic makeover. It dramatically changes the way you interact with Kodi. However, Titanium Build is probably the least about the aesthetics and largely about the overall Kodi experience. This build converts Kodi into a more functional, feature-rich media center. And, it makes things a lot more convenient. Titanium Kodi build is easily the most popular and the most highly rated build by far. It is featured in several Kodi discussions and is recommended by many experts. When you have Titanium Build, you would hardly need any other add-on. You can get all your favorite add-ons, builds, and tweaks. In this article, we learned how to install Titanium on Kodi using the Supreme Builds Wizard. If you have any questions, feedback or suggestions, feel free to let us know through the comments section. Thank you for reading!Disclaimer - FireStickTricks.com do not host or link to copyright-protected streams. We highly discourage piracy and strictly advise our readers to avoid it at all costs. Any mention of free streaming on our site is purely meant for copyright-free content that is available in the Public domain. Read our full disclaimer.