We don’t know when Kodi 18 Leia alpha nightly will become available to download as stable version, but what we do know is it can be downloaded and installed on iPhone. Here’s everything you need to know about the latest Nightly build of Kodi 18 “Leia” installation on an iOS device.
If you find a true position to install the Kodi 18 Leia Nightly build on an iPhone, then you can simply follow the steps below to get the IPA sideloaded onto your non-jailbroken iOS device, which includes iPad as well. This installation will enable you to test out the latest improvements and additions to the Kodi experience. Latest is largely similar to its predecessor, but nevertheless, it does come with a streamlined and slightly changed UI, along with a number of trusted fixes to improve upon Kodi 17.
You are going to download and install Kodi 18 Leia alpha nightly IPA on an iPhone or iPad, a very popular media player and streaming app that allows users to store and access various kinds of content right from their iOS devices, ranging from movies and TV shows to songs and of course pictures. Finally, Kodi also supports streaming media content over the Internet web.
Another best thing about Kodi is that it supports a wide range of devices including Android, macOS, Windows, and Linux, alongside iOS as the main reason. It allows users to install third-party addons that enhance the user experience. For instance, add-on include Exodus for streaming movie and TV shows online, weather forecasts, email clients and much more.
Before you head forward and install the new available Nightly build of Kodi, namely Kodi Leia, which is exactly under development right now, but the IPA has been made available for iOS users and doesn’t require a jailbreak. The latest update for Kodi brings new improvements as well as a slightly redesigned user interface (UI). Utterly keep in mind that this is currently only available in beta and may contain issues, because is a development build.
Step 1: To get the Kodi 18 alpha installed onto an iOS 10 device without navigating through the App Store, you will actually need to be in possession of the relevant IPA file. Thankfully, we have it and provide you with that, so you can now download the relevant file from this link here.
Step 2: With the Kodi 18 IPA hands-on, you will need to get it onto the device manually. Depending on the type of machine you are using, you have a number of different options. In order you can find those options below. One you’ve installed the IPA using one of the two methods below, jump back into this guide for the next steps.
- Without Jailbreak:
-Official method – Mac only [Xcode 7 or higher]: How To Sideload iOS Apps Without Jailbreak Using Xcode 7 For Free.
-Windows or Mac [Cydia Impactor]: Sideload iOS Apps On Windows, Mac With Cydia Impactor Without Jailbreak, Here’s How.
Step 3: With the Kodi 18 IPA installed, now showing as an actual app on the device’s Home screen, we need now is let iOS know that the app is from a source that is credible, meaning it’s therefore okay to execute it. To do this, launch the Settings app on your iPhone and go to General > Profiles & Device Management. On some iOS versions, this option would be like: General > Profile(s) & Device Management or General > Device Management.
Step 4: Locate the profile that has been installed alongside the Kodi 18 Nightly build. Tap on it, then tap Tust and Trus again. This will basically let iOS know that this app is allowed to be launched at owners risk factor.
Step 5: You can now exit the Settings app, locate the Kodi 18 app on the device, and launch it as you would easily do with any other app.
Enjoy the experience!
Update x1: The folks behind Kodi has today detailed Kodi 18 for Android TV features. Here’s everything you need to know.
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