2016 Kodi Mac OS X Install Tutorial Update

This is a updated tutorial on how to install KODI on your Mac OS X system as well as how to update or put your addons on! You will make sure that you update your System and Privacy settings to allow “Anywhere” for app to be downloaded with out delay.

You will need to go to http://www.kodi.tv/download and also the addon link http://fusion.tvaddons.ag

Please let us know if you have any questions or comments regarding this install and we will happy to replay! Thanks for watching and please visit our website http://www.bluemagicdirect.com for additional details about downloading KODI on your mobile devices.
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  1. Andree Sultan says:

    on my computer I do not have the option to allow downloads from anywhere :/ Is there a way out of this???

  2. John F says:

    I'm trying to install indigo.via programs/add-ons and it freezing on the initializing part. any suggestions ?

  3. Dakota Lee Cave says:

    DONT DO IT UNLESS YOU WANT TO TRASH YOUR MAC NOTING BUT MALWARE!!!!

  4. Lisa Jones says:

    Hi Talia, nothing to do with kodi but how do I get my apps to present on a wheel like yours? Lisa

  5. Rhonda Dedinsky says:

    Worked perfectly! Thanks a million!

  6. Cobalt says:

    The fusion link didn't work for me..

  7. Daniel Ofodile says:

    Hello Talia, awesome tutorial. Do you know how i can make a portable Kodi flash drive with my Mac? Thanks.

  8. Michael Lusk says:

    I am new, would like to install kodi for the movies. Can you help with that please?

  9. D. M. McVitti says:

    this might be a stupid question, but do you need additional equipment for this to work on your Mac? I am not new to Mac but certainly am with this technology. Thank you

  10. brownsugar7210 says:

    Hello, I'm having issues with my Kodi (installed on MAC -Sierra) it's been working fine until yesterday. Every time I open the app, the popups are stuck on a loop. "Add-on is incompatible due to unmet dependencies. Would you like to disable it on your system?" I can't ever close them all. I can't get to my settings even if I wanted to. I deleted the app and re-install and received the following message " Kodi.app is damaged and can't opened. You should move it to trash" has anyone experienced this and has successfully resolved the issue? Any guidance would be great appreciated. Many thanks in advance.

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