Exodus not working for you? If you are having trouble with the Exodus Kodi add-on, click here to find out if there may be a widespread issue with the add-on and if there is anything you can do!
Having issues with Exodus not working on your Kodi box? The reason is because the Exodus Kodi addon hasn’t been maintained or upgrade since May and the addon is now obsolete for support.
Exodus is one of the most installed Kodi addons of all time and many casual Kodi users are still trying to use the addon. While some users may still be able to retrieve links in Kodi, some key pieces to the addon are not working, including:
- Special categories and sections such as “People Watching”, “In Theatres”, and the other playlist areas within the addon do not work anymore. This data is pulled from a service called The Movie Database (TMDB) and the API key for Exodus has expired. This means that you need to manually enter in your own TMDB Api Key into the code or else this will never work.
- Some website scrapers used in Exodus to retrieve streams. Remember, Kodi does not host any links within its addons. Exodus relies on its “scrapers” to retrieve information and since the addon hasn’t been updated since May, any website who has changed code since May will not work in Exodus.
If you find Exodus not working for you, there is luckily a solution. The direct replacement for Exodus is the Covenant Kodi addon, which is found inside of the Colossus Repository. Covenant has some of the same developers working on it that worked on Exodus and is regularly updated with new features and bug fixes. Click here to learn more about Covenant today.
If you are reading this article because you are having issues with Covenant not working in Kodi, here are some common issues and solutions that other users are finding:
Common Issues and Solutions:
- Problem: I only see videos from the year 1970 and earlier (or year X and earlier)!
- This means that you have not set up the time and date on your Kodi box. Please make sure that your date and time is set to today’s today. It will default to 1970, which is why you don’t see any new sources.
- Problem: I am getting “no stream available” when I watch anything.
- Before asking for support, read this article and see if you fall into one of the categories described. There might not be any working streams on any public websites.
- If you want access to more obscure audio and video files, Easynews is a Usenet client that gives you access to private servers containing millions of files. These private servers don’t go down and files aren’t deleted, so they contain almost everything ever uploaded. Click here for more information or click here to sign up!
- Problem: When I click on a show or movie, I see the “working” symbol but nothing happens.
- This problem has been reported by users who use BT as their internet service provider. If you use BT, disable your “home hub smart setup” and see if this fixes your issue. Alternatively, you can sign up for a VPN service like IPVanish and make yourself appear as if you are from a different location and ISP. Click here to sign up for IPVanish.
When Covenant is working normal, there are some other reasons why you might find Covenant not working for you:
Covenant may not work if your Kodi is outdated. Covenant is only designed to work with Kodi Krypton (17) or higher. If you are still using an old version of Kodi, you will not receive any support for Covenant issues.