This list of FreeTelly Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) will help answer some of the mysteries about FreeTelly. FreeTelly is a great new way to setup a custom version of Kodi (preconfigured for streaming!). Although, as with any new software, some people have issues. This page is for those people: people who have questions about FreeTelly or issues installing FreeTelly.
This page is intended as a supplement to any documentation found on the TVAddons official site.
FreeTelly Frequently Asked Questions
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Q: Can I install FreeTelly on Firestick?
A: Technically, no, because FreeTelly is a release of Kodi made for Windows & Mac. Although FreeTelly is essentially just Kodi + TV Addons. So you can get the same operation of FreeTelly – just install Kodi on Fire stick, then install TV Addons in Kodi. It’s possible the Kodi team may at some point release a version of FreeTelly for Firestick. But this hasn’t happened yet. There was once something like this called TVMC ;)
Q: Can I Install FreeTelly on Android?
A: Once again, technically no you can’t install FreeTelly on Android. Because FreeTelly is a Windows / Mac application. But you can easily install Kodi on Android – then just install TV Addons in Kodi.
Q: Why won’t FreeTelly launch?
A: Try uninstalling it and re-intalling it as adminitrator, then launch it as administrator also.
Q: How do I install FreeTelly?
A: Use our easy Install FreeTelly video guide!
Q: What’s the difference between FreeTelly and Kodi?
A: Kodi has no TV Addons pre-configured. FreeTelly has a TV Addon installation wizard that’s downloadable from within FreeTelly, which simplifies the TV Addon installation process for you!
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Q: How many TVAddons are included with FreeTelly?
Q: How easy is it to set up FreeTelly?
A: Very easy. Piece of cake.
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