What is Kodi?
Kodi is a free open source media player accessible from a desktop to a smartphone for many devices. Originally known as XBMC, new versions were constantly upgraded. Kodi is a great free media player by itself. Add-ons installed in Kodi provide more functionality. For instance, a video addon plays films and TV shows, while a music addon streams music.
Kodi is a free, open-source software to manage your local film, television, music and photos collection. You might recall that as the former Xbox Media Center (XBMC). Kodi relies on your existing media exclusively, so you will not be saved from subscribing to video streaming services, including Netflix or Hulu, or stream music apps like Spotify or Pandora. Instead, the Kodi utility supports a wide range of file types and compatibility across devices.
You may have at least one appliance supporting Kodi as it is available for use on Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android, iOS and even Raspberry Pi (RPi) systems. ⠀ For certain platforms, like macOS and Windows, downloading the installer package is as simple to get started with Kodi. However, it’s a little more involved to install Kodi on an iOS or RPi device.
You can additionally synchronize your media libraries with Kodi via support add-ons or via a local network across multiple devices. There is nothing in every room that stops you from setting up a dedicated media player in your Kodi library.
Kodi is a nonprofit XBMC Foundation open-source software, which drives the community through many of its features and supplements. This means, in practice, that Kodi is often updated. On the official Kodi blog, you can find more details about each new release.
What’s the addon of Kodi?
A Kodi addon is like an app on a smartphone, a program that works in Kodi. Video addons that play TV films and TV shows are a number of add-ons for Kodi, with the most popular ones.
In the last year, Kodi add-ons exploded and new ones appeared almost every day. ⠀
How to install a Kodi Addon?
Add-ons from a repository holding the add-on to be downloaded are installed. A repository is a website hosting downloadable files.
To install it, you must type the right URL address for Repo in Kodi. Repositories can at times get overwhelmed with traffic, slowing them or even crashing.
What is Sports Classic Add on?
It has sections for Sports Classic TV (IPTV), Live Events, Formula 1, Sports Classic Pass, Black Sheeps, The Ace, Replays, All Sports, World Of Dirt, Shifting Gears Movies, and more. Sports Classic has many categories of all sports to replay and even more related to live events.
How To Install Sports Classic Addon On Kodi 17.6 & 18 Leia
- Start the Kodi application and from the top of the left menu, click the Settings icon.
- Click on the option ‘ System Settings ‘ Select the option ‘ Add-ons ‘ on the left and turn on the option ‘ Unknown Sources. ‘
- Click Yes if you get any message of warning or prompt.
- Addon: Sports Classic Kodi Addon
- Repository: Shark Repo
- URL: http://shark55.com/reef/
- Compatibility: 17.6 Krypton and 18/18.1 Leia
- Now on Kodi 17.6 & 18 Leia, we are ready to install Sports Classic Addon. Follow the instructions below for installing Kodi’s Sports Classic Add-on.
- Go to the home screen of Kodi and open settings again Select File Manager Click Add Source Click ‘ < None >’ in the pop-up dialog box.
- A field called’ Enter the paths or browse for media locations’ will appear. Enter this link: http:/shark55.com/reef/sharkrepo/ Click Ok then enter a name for this media source as the sharkrepo Return to the home screen and click’ add-ons’ Now click the Add Browser Icon you will see at the top.
- Click the’ Zip File Install’ option.
- Click on Sharkrepo.
- Now click ‘ install the repository ‘ on the same screen. Select repository.sharkrepo-1.2.1.zip. Click on ‘ Sports Classic ‘ and then click on ‘ OK ‘ to allow dependencies (For Kodi 18).
- Click ‘ Sports Classic ‘