Kodi is the media center software currently on the lips of millions across the entire world. If you don’t know why a quick Google search will reveal all. However, if you’re not at all interested in the drama that’s playing out among media creators, lawmakers, and those with a free spirit. How about learning how to install the latest version, Kodi 17 Krypton onto your iOS 10 device.
Requirements Before Installing Kodi 17 Krypton
Now, before we begin, there are a few things you’re going to need before installing this much-loved media center. So, make sure you have everything on the below list before moving on.
- You need a computer running on OS X or macOS
- Xcode 7 or newer installed. Xcode is Apple’s development environment and is available to download for absolutely nothing at the Mac App Store
- If you don’t have a paid developer account, don’t worry. A free account will do but will mean having to re-sideload every seven days
- Get the iOS App Signer utility from here
- Kodi 17 Krypton deb files which you can found from here
How To Sideload Kodi 17 Krypton
As with all of our previous tutorials, you should read each step individually and understand it before acting. Doing so will prevent you from making any mistakes and as such having to start from scratch.
1. To start, launch Xcode on your Mac computer. When loaded choose the option to Create a new Xcode project option.
2. Once the main Xcode interface is up and running, highlight the Application option it’s on the left-hand side . When ready, select the Single View Application and then tap Next.
3.Next, in the Product Name and Organization Name field, choose a name a memorable name for this app.
Additionally, you will need to create a Organization Identifier, this will be a reverse domain related to the name of the app. Something like com.rp.[The App Name] can be used. When you have finished entering the details tap Next. Followed by choosing a place on your Mac to save the project.
4. It is now time to plug your iPhone or another iOS device into your Mac via USB. Also please make sure to select the device as the destination in Xcode.
5. Moving on it’s likely that Xcode will not like the profile you’ve created. To get past any related message, you see all you need to do is tap Fix
Your Apple ID
It’s worth noting that you may be required to enter your Apple ID. So, if you don’t remember the details, take note of it now before moving on.
6. There’s a chance that because you clicked Fix in step 4, you may be prompted to use your Apple ID. If that is the case, tap Add and then sign in. Additionally, you may be required to select your Apple ID from a drop down list, if so select your profile and tap Choose.
Xcode will now fix the issues, and you will no longer see any warnings.
7. Next, launch the iOS App Signer application you downloaded earlier. Followed by taping the Browse Button.
8. Once the deb file is selected, click the Signing Certificate and Provisioning Profile. Now, select the Start Button from the iOS App Signer app.
9. Moving forward you will now be asked to choose a name and place for the output file. Once you have done this iOS App Signer will get to work putting together a Kodi 17 Krypton IPA.
When the above is done, go to the Xcode app and select Window Menu. It can be found bt selecting the Top menu bar >> Devices.
10.We’re now nearly done: However, you now need to choose your iOS device from the left-hand side of the Devices Panel, followed by selecting the + option.
Finally, you need to find the Kodi 17 Krypton IPA file which was created and saved earlier. And that’s it, you’re now ready to use Kodi and enjoy the benefits it will bring to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod.
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