Indigo is more than an add-on on Kodi, it is a security for Kodi users which has designed to solve and maintain several problems. Because of its security and problem-solving features, Indigo has become an essential add-on to have in Kodi.
However, users report that sometimes when they open Kodi they get “Listing Is Temporarily Unavailable” Indigo error. But before telling the solutions for Indigo we want to tell a few more things about Indigo and how you can install it on Kodi –
First, Indigo is a third party app so you will have to allow app from Unknown Source in the Kodi app or device.
Install Indigo on Kodi
- Go to the home menu of Kodi and click on the System which you find on the upper left corner with CogWheel Icon.
- Now select File Manager
- Then select Add Source
- Type fusion.tvaddons.co under http://, and name the source with Fusion.
- Now go back to the home screen and click on the Add-ons menu
- Click on the box icon from the top left corner
- Select Install From Zip File
- Select zip file for indigo
- Now the installation process will start
- After completing the installation go to the home screen and select Add-ons.
- Now select Program add-ons to launch the Indigo Add-on.
Many users are already using the Indigo in Kodi but they are facing some problems and facing errors when running the Indigo Add-on.
These are the probable reasons for the errors –
- Not using the updated or latest version of Kodi.
- The Indigo module is not completed or has got corrupt.
- When Indigo unable to fix the error of other add-ons.
These are the major reason why the Indigo reflecting an error. But they are temporary and you can fix them by applying the following tips –
Solution 1: Update The Kodi
This is the reason for any errors in the Kodi so always make sure that you are using the latest version of it.
- It is better to set an auto-update for the Kodi app from the app stores on your device.
- You can download the latest version of Kodi any time by visiting the official website and could replace the old one with the new version by reinstalling the Kodi app.
Solution 2: Re-install The Indigo
If updating the Kodi app doesn’t work then you should try to update the Indigo add-on by reinstalling it with the fresh repository.
- Go to the add-ons section from the home page of the Kodi.
- Right-click on the Indigo and select Add-on Information.
- Now select Uninstall to uninstall it completely.
- Now go to the file manager and click on Add-Source
- Now enter the path http://fusion.tvaddons.co/
- Name the source as Indigo and click Ok.
- Now go to the Add-ons window and find the box icon right upper side.
- Now select Install from Zip file
- Now select Indigo
- Now select begin-here
- Now select the zip file from the next window and click ok to install.
- Restart the Kodi after getting reinstall the Indigo