Fusion has been one of the most popular third-party add-ons on Kodi. But the repository managing it was banned some time ago. This meant that Fusion lovers found the add-on unavailable on their Kodi app.

Fortunately for us, the Fusion repository is back, and with it the Fusion add-on is also available to all Kodi lovers. The team behind TVAddons.ag is now live under TVAddons.co.

If you’re a cord-cutter who wants to install Fusion on Kodi, than you’ve come to the right place. Given below is a step by step guide to install Fusion on Kodi.

Install Fusion On Kodi

  1. Navigate to the settings cogwheelat the top left of your Kodi home screen.
  2. Select the System settings
  3. Navigate to the Add-onstab from the vertical menu bar.
  4. Click on the Unknown sources
  5. Click on the Yesbutton to confirm that you wish to allow Kodi addons from unofficial sources.
  6. Now that Unknown source is enabled, you can returnto the previous menu.
  7. Select the File manager
  8. Click on the Add sourcefunction
  9. Click on the field that displays <None>under the Enter the paths or browse for the media locations
  10. Using the on-screen keyboard, input http://fusion.tvaddons.coand then press the OK
  11. Click on the bottom input boxunder the Enter a name for this media source
  12. Using the on-screen keyboard, input fusionand then press the OK
  13. Click on the OKbutton at the bottom of the window.
  14. Now that the fusion source is added, you can returnto your Kodi home screen.
  15. Navigate to the Addonstab on the vertical menu bar.
  16. Click on the Addon Browser (box icon)button at the right side of the screen.
  17. Click on the Install from zip file
  18. Select the fusionsource from the listing.
  19. Choose begin-here
  20. Then Select program.indigo-x.x.x.zip
  21. Wait for Add-on enablednotification