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In the Kodi community, there are several ways to get builds or add-ons. One way is through the use of wizards. One of these programs is called the TDB Wizard. The site hosts higher end builds for computers, and lower end builds for devices like the Amazon Fire Stick. There is no reason that you should be stuck with the default skin on the fire stick just because of the limitations. In this review, we will show you how to install the TDB Wizard, and then a little about using it.
How to Install TDB Wizard for Kodi v17 Krypton
- Start by opening Kodi.
- From the home screen, click on the Settings icon (it looks like a gear). On the next screen, you’ll see an icon that says File Manager. When you see the list, scroll down until you see Add source heading and choose it.
- By doing so, you’ll see a box pop up that says Add file source.
- Next, click on the highlighted line that says <None>.
- Enter exactly http://www.tdbwizard.co.uk/repo and hit the OK button.
- This addon needs a name. Enter the name TDB or whatever you want to call it.
- Now, click the OK button to add the file.
- Once added, return to the home screen and select Add-ons. You should see the icon of an open box icon close to the top. Go ahead and click on it. This is the add-on browser screen. Select Install from zip file.
- Click on TDB, select repository.tdbegley.official-x.x.zip.
- Wait for the notification message.
- Now, select Install from repository and then TDB Builds Repository.
- Select Program Add-ons, then .TDB Wizard and click Install.
- Wait for the addon notification message.
- Access by going to the Home screen > Add-ons > Program add-ons > TDB Wizard.
How to Install TDB Wizard for Kodi v16 Jarvis
- Open Kodi Jarvis (v16.1)
- From the home screen, go to the System heading, and you’ll see File Manager as a subcategory, so click on it.
- Next, click on Add source.
- Click in the box that says <None>, enter http://www.tdbwizard.co.uk/repo and click Done.
- Now, label it TDB, or whatever you like. As long as you know what it is, you are fine. Next, hit OK.
- Once added, go back to the home screen, and click on the heading that says System.
- From here, click on Add-ons and then choose the option that says Install from zip file.
- Choose TDB and then repository.tdbegley.official-x.x.zip.
- Wait for a few moments, and you’ll get a notification message telling you the add-on is enabled.
- Select Install from repository, and choose the TDB Builds Repository.
- Now, click on .TDB Wizard, and click the Install button.
- Wait for the notification message.
- Access the add on by going to Videos > Program Add-Ons > TDB Wizard from your home screen.
How to Use TDB Wizard to Install Builds
Now that you have the wizard installed, we thought we would show you how to use and install builds from the program. The screen below shows what you see when you launch the wizard. As you can see, there are a few different options that the TDB Wizard has, including the builds. Feel free to explore more on your own. We will choose TDB Builds.
Here, you have two options. The Jarvis Builds and the Krypton Builds. If you are running Isengard (15.2) or lower, we suggest upgrading. You can do that by checking out our guide for Jarvis (16.1) or Krypton on the main page of this site. Select whichever version you are running. We will select Jarvis here.
When you get in to this screen, there are wonderful builds, and they are very graphically pleasing. As you see in the image below, depending on what you are running Kodi on, you can have a few different versions of the build. The pop-up box below shows the regular Horus version, and what device it was designed for. This is an invaluable tool if you are running a Kodi Box or Amazon Fire TV Stick.
The version we are going to choose is the Horus XXL, since we are installing it on a PC. That build is designed for high end devices, and requires a quad core processor and 4 gb of ram. As you see here, the build is a fairly good size.
Once it completes, it will want to close Kodi. Go ahead and allow that. Now, open Kodi back up. What you will see now is whatever build you chose. The one below shows the Horus XXL build we mentioned.
And there you have it. A gorgeous build with easy to use features.
Note: The TDB Wizard is a banned add-on. This means that it is not supported by the XBMC/Kodi team and has been banned from mentioning on their forum. Even though the Kodi team doesn’t limit what you can or can’t install, they don’t want you to mention it on any of their websites. If you should need support for the TDB Wizard, there are ways mentioned inside of the Wizard.
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