install ITV player Kodi

install itv player kodi

install ITV player Kodi.

ITV Hub brings you a world of entertainment. It’s your place to stream live channels, get exclusive video and catch up on all your favourite shows. From Corrie and Emmerdale to live sport, Britain’s Got Talent to hard-hitting documentaries, compelling crime thrillers to the freshest comedy and reality shows and live TV.

This guide is for install ITV player kodi, any version of kodi above 17.0, Enabling the use of ITV player on any device: fire stick, android box etc.

Alternatively you can just download the official app from your devices app store in a few clicks and other media players such as 4od, BBC I player, Netflix, Amazon prime video, 5OD etc.

Click the links below.

First make sure that you are able to install unknown sources if you haven’t already before you continue with this guide, Open up Kodi go to, Settings > System settings > Add-Ons > Unknown sources > Allow unknown sources to be installed.

Then follow:

  • Select SYSTEM > File Manager
  • Select Add Source
  • Select None
  • Type the following EXACTLY: and select Done.
  • Highlight the box underneath Enter a name for this media Source, type xfinity & Select OK
  • Go back to your Home Screen
  • Select SYSTEM
  • Select Add-Ons
  • Select Install from zip file
  • Select xfinity
  • Select XunityTalk_Repository
  • Wait for Add-on enabled notification
  • Select Install from repository
  • Select .XunityTalk Repository
  • Select Video add-ons
  • Select ITV
  • Select Install
  • Wait for Add-on enabled notification

The ITV Player kodi is now installed and ready to use. As usual the add-on can be accessed on kodi via VIDEOS > Add-Ons > ITV


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  1. I live in the US, wanted to use the Fire TV stick for ITV Hub, but which was shown as ‘not available’ by the stick app system.
    So I found you. Kodi installed as you described, many thanks for the excellent step-by-step.
    When I tried to load ITV Hub, however, the directory you give ( was shown as ‘not recognised’ and I was stuck. Obviously, nothing was then available to install.
    However, AWTEW (Billy Shakespeare), as I came across an screen to purchase and download the app. Initially, it refused, presumably as I was outside UK, but after I changed the ‘device location’ to UK, the app downloaded, installed, and works well, through my Smart DNS provider.
    Thanks again for your help.

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