HD Box Kodi Addon Not Working? Here’s How To Install It The Right Way

Is HD Box Kodi addon not working for you? Here’s how to fix it by installing it the right way on your Kodi 17 box.

This process will work for the aforementioned version 17.x Krypton of Kodi regardless of the hardware that the media center software is running on.

HD Box is one of those relatively simple add-ons that doesn’t try to be all things to all people. In fact, from a simplicity perspective, it’s as simple as it comes. Get this up and running and to get immediate access to the ability to stream HD movies directly through your Kodi installation. Let’s waste no additional time and take a look at how to get it installed on your existing Kodi setup.

Enable Unknown sources

Step 1: First and foremost, make sure that your Kodi installation is running and that you are on the first home screen. Select the ‘Settings’ icon and then System settings. From within that section, locate and select the Add-ons option.

Step 2: You will find yourself in the preferences relating to how add-ons work on this specific Kodi installation. Find the Unknown sources option and make sure the toggle switch to the side of it is toggled into the On position.

Install HD Box Kodi Add-on

Step 1: First of all you are going to need to have the Mucky Duck’s repo installed. To do this, click the ‘Settings’ icon from home screen, followed by selecting File manager and then Add source.

Step 2: Click into the text field which already has <None> as the placeholder text and enter the following URL exactly as it appears: http://muckys.mediaportal4kodi.ml/

Select OK and then enter a name for the source. We will call this Muckys for the sake of this guide.

Step 3: Now head back to the Kodi home screen, select the ‘Settings’ icon, followed by selecting Add-ons and then click on Install from zip file option.

Step 4: Locate the Muckys source that we just added and select it. Inside of here, you should be able to locate a file called repository.mdrepo-x.x.x.zip. Select that and wait for the notification to show that the repo has been installed.

Step 5: Now you need to take a step back and select the Install from repository option. Select Mucky Ducks Repo, and then select Video Add-ons.

Step 6: Inside of the Video add-ons section you should see an add-on called HD Box. Select that to view its individual information page and then click the Install button in order to get it installed.

Wait for the installation to be successful, once it’s done, you will be notified. When done, you can then start enjoying and using the add-on by launching it from the Add-ons section of the Kodi home screen.

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