How to Install Project M Kodi Firestick TV Addon from Merlin

Follow this step-by-step tutorial guide on how to install Project M on Kodi. Project M is an all-in-one Kodi addon that offers specialized categories for your entertainment pleasure. These include Movies, Television, IPTV, Sports, and much more. Complementing these video streaming categories, you will find radio stations, concerts and even a karaoke section containing hundreds of songs with lyrics within a Music category. Follow the instructions below on how to install Project M on your Kodi device.

Even with this all-in-one Kodi TV addon installed, you should check out the KFire TV front page for the latest news. Without access to the newest Kodi Firestick information and a great VPN, then you run the risk of piracy accusations and much worse lately. Anti-piracy groups rip through the Kodi third-party scene on a pretty regular basis recently, so prepare yourself properly. Other online surveillance and identity theft also continue to threaten us, especially when using third-party Kodi TV addons.

How to Install Project M on Kodi Guide

Enable Unknown Sources

First, you must enable Unknown Sources within Kodi. Ever since Kodi Krypton 17 – 17.6 came out, the XBMC Foundation requires manually enabling Unknown Sources within Kodi. If you’ve already done this, then jump to the Kodi Bubbles installation tutorial. If not, then check out how to enable Unknown Sources within Kodi by following our simple guide. It won’t take long, so we’ll wait right here for you.

How to Install Merlin Repo Source

The repository source lets Kodi know where to find file resources, such as repos and other plugins.

  1. First, click the Kodi Settings icon, which looks like a gear cog.
  2. Then, head into the File Manager.
  3. We need to input a new location, so click Add source.
  4. Then, click None.
  5. Type in, so Kodi knows where to find the repo.
  6. Name this “Merlin,” then click OK.
  7. At this point, you should see “Merlin” within the source listing.

How to Install Merlin Repository

We now install the Project M home repository, the Merlin Repo, so we get timely updates to the Kodi TV addon. This will keep Project M working properly when changes get made, as they constantly do with any Kodi third-party TV addon.

  1. Head back up to the Kodi home screen, then click the Add-ons menu item.
  2. Then, enter the Add-on browser, which looks like an open box icon.
  3. Click on Install from zip file.
  4. Scroll to the source you added, in our case “Merlin,” then click on it.
  5. Then, click on the file.
  6. After a short moment, then the Merlin Repo Add-on installed message should appear.

How to Install Project M Kodi TV Addon

Your Kodi Firestick can see a light at the end of this tunnel now, so buckle up for a quick ride. The installation of the Project M Kodi TV addon takes no time at all now.

  1. If you’re still in the Add-ons browser, then click on Install from repository. If not, then follow the first two steps of the repo installation section and return here.
  2. We come seeking Project M(erlin), so enter the Merlin Repo.
  3. Then, click on Video add-ons.
  4. Scroll down to Project M, then click on it.
  5. Click the Install button, so Project M gets installed.
  6. Wait just a moment while Project M and its dependencies download and install, then the Project M Add-on installed message appears.
  7. You will now find the Project M Kodi TV Addon available in Kodi’s Video add-ons category. All that remains is securing and keeping your access private with a VPN.

Safe Family Entertainment

The Project M Kodi TV addon gives access to a wealth of entertainment for the whole family. Keep your family safe while using it by remaining within the protection of a secure, encrypted VPN.

Enjoy Kodi Project M on your Firestick only from the Safety of a VPN





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December 29, 2017

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