The Navi-X Kodi add-on, the longest running playlist add-on has closed its doors for good. Read on for all of the details.
May 11th Update: Unfortunately, the Navi-X Kodi addon has shut its doors and closed down for good. The decision to close down the addon was made by the development team at TVADDONs alone for three reasons:
- Heat on Kodi in the UK as a result of preloaded boxes has made hosting content in Navi-X’s servers less desirable.
- Users had been using the service to advertise their paid IPTV addons.
- Adult content was being improperly labelled, which is an issue for those with a family.
The app Navi-X in an open-source project and as such, you may freely distribute, copy, share and edit code in Navi-X as you see fit. TVADDONS.ag only ask if you use any portions of the code included in Navi-X, to attribute it to the appropriate developer or to Rodejo if you use code samples from Navi-X for XBMC or Boxee.
If you hosted content on Navi-X and want to release your own Kodi addon, TVA has asked that you get in touch with them on their forums. KodiTips would also like to extend the same offer: If you had a playlist in Navi-X and come out with your own Kodi addon, we would be happy to host you in our official Kodi repo.
To read the full story on why Navi-X has shut down, click here.
Before the plethora of playlist Kodi add-ons (users who present movie, TV, and live links in a listing (or playlist), the Navi-X Kodi add-on was the original place to find this content. Users are invited to submit links at navixtreme.com and create their own playlist worth of content to share with other users.
Check out the notes about the latest version #4 of the Navi-X Kodi add-on which has improved source code, caching, and improvements to support the large amount of users accessing the add-on.
Due to the rapidly growing nature of our userbase, our servers had been struggling for months due to the lack of caching and aging nature of our add-on source code; this update should mean a much more reliable service.
We’d like to thank all those of you who have stood by us for almost a decade now; as well as all of you who just tried Navi-X Kodi out today!
Playlist Creators: You’re invited to update your playlists at our website, www.navixtreme.com it now runs faster than ever.
Check out our install guide for the Navi-X Kodi add-on and some quick tips on how to navigate through the add-on below that.
ON Kodi `7 Krypton Only: From the main menu, navigate to Settings > System Settings > Add-ons > Turn On Unknown Sources > Click Yes.
- From the Kodi main menu, navigate to SYSTEM > File Manager > Add Source > None
- Type the following EXACTLY http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and select Done
- Highlight the box underneath and enter a name for this media Source like “Fusion”. and then click OK
- Go back to your home screen.
- ON Kodi 17 Krypton: Select Add-ons > Add-on Browser
- ON Kodi 16 or earlier: Select SYSTEM > Add-Ons
- Select Install from Zip File > “Fusion” > xbmc-repos > english > repository.xbmchub-x-x-x.zip and wait for the Add-on enabled notification
- Select Install from Repository > VinMan Add-on repository > Video Add-ons > Navi-X > Install
- Wait for Add-on enabled notification
When you launch the add-on, here is how you navigate:
- Click “Navi-X Start Here” to access playlists. The other options on the main menu let you view past playlists you’ve browsed or your favourites.
- In the next screen, here are some of the options you might be interested in:
- Search – Search the Navi-X Kodi add-on or a few other sources for a specific title.
- Site scrapers – View videos scraped from a listing of common and popular websites on the internet.
- user lists – View playlists upload by users. Warning: The listing here can get messy.
- Most viewed (24 hours / 7 days) – The most popular user playlists. We recommend new users start here.
- TIP: When you click on a link, the bottom of the add-on tells you what it is trying to load. Be patient as some links can take time to scrape from the website.