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Depending on your device, installing Kodi can be a simple task, or an arduous one. Either way, you start at Kodi's downloads page(Opens in a new window). Here, Kodi lists all the platforms it supports, which at the time of publishing are: Windows, Linux, macOS, Android, Raspberry Pi, and iOS (technically). Kodi is building support for tvOS in the next version (via jailbreaking or sideloading), but will drop support for iOS 32-bit devices. Kodi is also available on the Xbox One. Click on any one of the platform logos to see the available install files. There are three version options available for each platform: Recommended, Pre release, and Development Builds (for the upcoming v19, codename Matrix). This guide is accurate as of the latest stable build release, 18.6 (Leia).
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At one end of the difficulty spectrum, there are the straightforward Windows and macOS installs. On the Windows side of things, Kodi offers three options: a download from the Microsoft Store, a 32-bit installer, and a 64-bit installer. For macOS, your only choice is a 64-bit installer. Once the file download completes, just follow the install prompts through to the end.
For Windows and macOS, return to Kodi's download page and grab the latest version for your platform. You don't need to uninstall the previous version before running the installer. All of your user data lives in a separate folder than the installation files, so none of your existing configurations will be affected. Of course, you can back up these files before you upgrade your software via the Backup Add-on (I discuss add-ons a little further down) if you have any grave concerns. This Add-on exports (manually or on a schedule) your database, playlist, thumbnails, add-ons, and other configuration details to a local folder or Dropbox.
If you bought a Kodi box or your Kodi installation is otherwise not compatible with a VPN app, Brian Hornsby's OpenVPN for Kodi(Opens in a new window), though the last commit on that Github was five years ago. To get this to work, you will need to enable the Unknown Sources option in Kodi's settings to install the zip file you downloaded from GitHub as well as generate an OpenVPN profile from your VPN provider. 041b061a72