Kodi is one of the most preferred videos streaming application. But, several users often report that Kodi not working while streaming a video.
There are various reasons that might trigger this error. The error can appear due to outdated Kodi version. A huge number of Exodus cache might be the reason behind this error.
If you are dealing with this problem, then this guide can help you to fix this issue. Read the entire article carefully to know all the hacks and resolve the problem with the Kodi application.
How to Fix Kodi Exodus Not Working Issue?
Here in this part of the article, we are going to provide you some of the effective steps that can help you to resolve the Kodi Exodus not working issue. Try the steps that are mentioned below:
Solution 1: Uninstall and Reinstall the Exodus
Sometimes, the trouble with Kodi Exodus not working might encounter due to backdated Exodus version. Thus, you should try to update the Exodus version.
To update the Exodus version at first, you need to uninstall and then reinstall the Exodus version. The steps that are written below will assist you to update it.
How to Uninstall the Exodus?
- At first, open the Kodi application and click on the Add-ons button.
- Select the package icon.
- Then, click on the My add-ons option and select the Video Add-ons button. Click to Exodus.
- After that, click on the Uninstall button and select the Yes option to confirm it.
- Once you are done with the uninstallation procedure, now move on to the next steps to reinstall the Kodi application.
How to Reinstall Kodi?
- Visit the official website of Kodi and download the Kodi Bae Repository Zip File. then, click on the repository.kodibae-X.X.X.zip this will help you to download the Zip file.
- Launch the Kodi application and click on the Add-ons option. Then, select the Package icon.
- After that, choose the Install from the zip file and select the .zip file that you have just installed before.
- Find out the Kodil Bae Repository Add-on installed notification, thereafter choose the install from Repository button.
- Then, click on the Kodi Bae Repository option and select the Video Add-ons button and choose Exodus.
- Click on the Exodus option and select the Install button.
- Wait patiently until the end of the process and check if the notification of Exodus Add-on installation appears on the computer screen or not.
Solution 2: Remove the Exodus’ Cache and Providers
Sometimes, the problem may appear because of excessive cache data, that are stored in the list of providers of certain titles. So, you should clear the cache and providers from the Exodus to resolve the problem.
- At first, click on the Add-ons option and choose the My Add-ons button. Then, click on the Video Add-ons button and click on the Exodus option.
- Click on the Tools option and select the Clear Providers option. Thereafter, choose the Yes button to confirm the task.
- After that, choose the Clear Cache option and click on the Yes button.
- Lastly, restart the system and try to stream a video and check if the problem still persists or not.
Solution 3: Adjust Kodi’s Video Cache Settings and Clear temp Files
If you are loading any movie or TV program in Kodi, at that moment the application automatically saves them on the device. The problem can appear in case the file is big enough.
So, you can overcome the issue while adjusting the Cache settings and clearing the temp files.
How to Install the Ares Wizard add-on?
- At first, go to the Kodi option and click on the Settings button. Then, select the File Manager option.
- Click on the Add source option and double click on the None button. Thereafter, write down the official URL in the field that appears on the computer screen and click on the OK button
- After that, write down ‘ares repo’ as the name of the media source, and click on the OK button.
- Go back to the home page and click on the Add-ons option from the appearing menu. Thereafter, click on the Package option.
- Then, click on the ‘Install from zip file’ option and select the ‘ares repo’, and choose the ‘zip file to install’ option.
- Lastly, choose the ‘Install from repository’ option. And click on the ‘Ares Project’ option.
- Then, select the Program Add-ons button and choose the ‘Ares Wizard’ button. Thereafter, click on the Install button.
How to Modify Kodi’s Video Cache Settings?
- At first, go to the Kodi homepage and click on the Add-ons option. And click on the Program Add-ons option.
- After that, click on the Ares Wizard, then click Tweaks button.
- Choose the Advanced Settings Wizard, and click on the Next button. Then, modify the Buffer Mode that suits the device.
How to Remove Kodi’s Temp Files?
If the device is running out of space, then you should delete the Kodi’s temp files.
- At first, open the Kodi homepage and click on the Add-ons button, then click on the Programs Add-ons option.
- After that, open the Ares Wizard option and click on the Tweaks option.
- Select the Maintenance option and choose the ‘DeleteThumbnails, Delete Packages and Delete Cache\ Temp’ option.
Solution 4: Change the Video Streaming Time
Sometimes, the problem can appear because of the compact time streaming in the Kodi application. If this is your problem, then you should verify the settings in the Exodus to set up the proper time.
- At first click on the Add-ons option and select the My Add-ons option. Then, click on the Video Add ons button and click on the Exodus.
- Select the Tools button and click on the General option.
- Go to the General tab, and then you should replace the Providers Timeout to 20-35 seconds, then select the OK button.
- Now, check if the problem is resolved or not.
All the steps that we have mentioned in this article are tried and tested. Hope, this will help you to resolve the Kodi not working issue. If the problem remains even after performing the methods, then you should consult with the experts.