If you’re looking for an easy way to quickly download and install 3rd party addons, you may want to consider getting a few good Kodi repositories. In a nutshull, repositories are containers that hold addons, installation packages, updates, patches and other useful files.
In the tutorial below, we’ll be taking a look at how to install a 3rd party addon repository called XunityTalk. After browsing through XunityTalk’s addon collection, we didn’t find anything to write home about– just collection of aging, obscure addons that nobody seems to be maintaining. We think the TVaddons repo is a whole lot better and more up-to-date. But if you still want to install XunityTalk, read on to find out how.
Note: Read this article to find out how to get the TVaddons repository: How to Install Indigo (Fusion) Installer on Kodi – Indigo Installation Guide
Before you proceed
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- 1 What is XunityTalk?
- 2 Full list of addons available via Xunitytalk
- 3 Testing out a few XunityTalk addons
- 4 The XunityTalk repo: pros and cons
- 5 How to install the XunityTalk Kodi repository
- 6 Step-by-Step installation guide
- 7 How to browse the XunityTalk addon catalogue
- 8 Accessing blocked stream sources
What is XunityTalk?
XunityTalk is a team of 3rd party Kodi addon developers. The team’s Twitter account goes all the way back to 2013, so they’ve been making addons for quite some time.
“Our aim is to to continue to grow and make the xbmc experience better.” – Xunitytalk team
At one point, XunityTalk was probably very active in the Kodi community. However, judging from their infrequent social media updates it is possible that many of XunityTalk’s developers have moved on to other projects.
Full list of addons available via Xunitytalk
While browsing Xunitytalk’s collection of addons, we spotted some familiar names. However, there were also lots of addons hosted here that we’ve never heard of before.
Here’s the full list of addons hosted at Xunitytalk:
- IStream Installer
- Xunity Maintenance
- All in One
- Backup Restore Wizard
- BBC iPlayer
- Binky TV
- Bobby’s Cartoons
- Cartoon HD
- Cartoon HD Extra
- Cartoon World
- DandyMedia Boxsets
- Disney Junior
- Disney Junior Sweden
- Everyone’s Liverpool
- ExPat TV
- Fine and Dandy
- Football Replays
- Free Streams
- Free Video Lectures
- Fun and Movies
- HEVC VideoClub
- Irish TV
- IWO – I Watch Online
- Match Replays
- Mikey’s Karaoke
- Motor Sports Replays
- Movies Rx +
- My DropBox Videos
- NBA Replays
- Openload Movies
- Pak India Live
- PlayBox HD
- Saddo Boxing
- Search YouTube
- SeriesTop Onine
- StreamTVBox TV
- Super Replays
- Telly Nagari
- The Collective
- TV Dominicana
- TV Player
- TV Times
- UKTV Play
- Watch Wrestling
- WWE Online
Testing out a few XunityTalk addons
After installing the XunityTalk repo, the first addon I tried out was FilmOn. FilmOn was one of the first websites to offer free, original live streaming TV channels. But because FilmOn makes its money through ads, it changes its website code periodically so that all the addons that use FilmOn content break. This is why I wasn’t surprised that none of the feeds I found via the FilmOn addon were live.
After uninstalling FilmOn, I moved on to another promising looking addon called NotFilmOn. NotFilmOn is basically an updated version of FilmOn. I had more luck finding links to streams in NotFilmOn, but I also found many links that didn’t work at all.
The XunityTalk repo: pros and cons
If you like to explore rare, “underground” addons that don’t receive much promotion, you may have some fun digging around in this repo. However, if you choose to explore this repo don’t expect all the addons to work. We didn’t have much luck with the addons we tried.
Note: If you are looking for a repo that contains all the newest and most popular addons, you may want to check out the TVaddons repository instead. The best way to access the TVAddons repo is via its excellent addon installer, Indigo.
- To learn how to install Indigo, read: How to Install Indigo (Fusion) Installer on Kodi – Indigo Installation Guide
How to install the XunityTalk Kodi repository
To get the XunityTalk repo, first visit http://xunitytalk.me/xfinity and download the installation file xunitytalk_repository.zip. Then, open the file inside of Kodi via the addons menu via the install from zip file menu option. After the installation is complete, you’ll be able to install addons from this repo via Kodi’s install from repository menu option.
Step-by-Step installation guide
For those that are new to Kodi, here is a detailed step-by-step XunityTalk repo installation guide:
- Open up a web browser, visit http://xunitytalk.me/xfinity and download the installation file xunitytalk_repository.zip. It doesn’t matter where you save the file on your device, as long as you remember where it is.
Close your browser and open up Kodi. Then, click addons from the menu on the left. You should now see the box icon on the top left side of the screen. Click the box icon and then proceed to step 3.
- Click install from zip file from the menu, then navigate to wherever you saved the installation file (xunitytalk_repository.zip).
- After the installation of the repo is complete, you’ll be able to browse and install XunityTalk addons.
How to browse the XunityTalk addon catalogue
Once you get this repo, you can browse it to see what kind of addons it has by navigating to the install from repository menu. You can find this menu in Kodi Krypton by clicking addons from the side panel, and then the box icon from the top left side of the screen.
Accessing blocked stream sources
If addons you find on XunityTalk or other 3rd party addon repos are blocked, your ISP could be to blame.
Some ISPs place blocks on various sites that host streaming content. For example, you won’t be able to access any streams from the popular site known as Solar Movie if you live in the UK.
To gain access to more addons, you may want to consider installing a VPN. You can use a VPN to avoid blocks that your ISP has placed on various sites around the web.
Here are some articles that can help you learn how to install a VPN on various Kodi compatible devices: