Kodi is a tool that offers an infinite number of possibilities, as we have already reviewed here. It is a way to access a wide variety of multimedia content through an application that we can enhance through the use of accessories also called Add-ons.
These are those small additions that we can install and that allow us to access different functions. Add-ons that can be used to use backup copies and also be used to watch HBO Max, Disney +, DAZN, Netflix, Pluto TV and even how to watch DTT or record programs. It can even be used to play games by installing an emulator or using it to access Plex. And now Let’s see one that makes Kodi work better.
Kodi in perfect shape
We have talked about Kodi actively and passively. We have seen how to control Kodi with the remote control, use it to watch streaming services, determine which screensaver to use, how to organize our multimedia library and now we are going to see How can its performance be improved?
Again And as on other occasions, the key to improving the operation of Kodi is in the use of add-ons. In this case of one called EZ Maintenance we will see step by step how to install.
It is an add-on that what it does is improve the functioning of Kodi. It allows that the application automatically clears the cache every time we open it, but it also allows us to make backup copies of our modification or improve aspects such as the buffer.
To install EZ Maintenance on Kodi we must access the “Settings”something that is possible if we click on the gear-shaped icon that appears in the upper left part of the screen.
Once inside the settings, you will see different sections and you have to click on the first one, the one with a folder that has the text “File Browser”.
Now it is about adding the source from which you are going to download the EZ Maintenance add-on. To do so, click on “add source”.
Here you enter the web address https://peno64.github.io/repository.peno64 and then press “OK”
With the address from before added click on “Look for” and when you find it you give it a name. For the test I have left peno64 but anyone can help you identify it.
Go back and within “Settings” now look at the second section, the one with the title “Add-ons” and click on it.
Among the four options that appear on the screen, now you have to click on the one with the text “Install from a .zip file.”
You will see, how a small window opens with different options among which you have to choose the one you added before. In this case it is the one that I have called “peno64” or the name that you would have given it.
When you click on it, you will see how a new window opens with the text “Install from a .zip repository” on top. You must select the file and click on “OKAY” to download and install the add-on.
Since you have it installed, now you must go back and click on “Install from repository”. There is little left for the end.
You will see on the new screen the list with the available ones and one of them is the one that interests us. Click on “peno64repository”.
Once inside, you will have to click on “Program add-ons” to continue with the installation and then in “EZ Maintenance”.
The classic window to install add-ons is then opened and you just have to click on the button “Install” appears in the lower right area of the screen.
With the plugin already installed, you can now click on “Set up” to customize the functionality of the plugin in question.
Here you can see aspects such as the addon is activated automatically when starting Kodi. You can too set the cache to be cleaned automaticallythe deadline to do it…
You can too create backup copies of the configuration you have in Kodi to recover it in case of emergency or contribute it to other devices, in which you are using the same application.
Via | AVPassion
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