How To Install Uranus Kodi Add-On For Amazon Firestick

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Cost: Free | Licensed Content: Not Legal
Best used for: Movies, TV Shows, New Releases, and In Theaters

About Uranus Addon for Kodi

Uranus is a great recent fork of the Elysium/Exodus add-on family.

It focuses on high quality streaming TV and movies for Kodi, and the developers have been doing a good job of keeping this program up and running smoothly.

Uranus seems to draw on a fewer number of sources than similar add-ons, but this means the sources it does provide work consistently.

If you are looking to stream this type of content, we highly recommend the Uranus add-on.

How to Install Uranus Kodi Add-On for Fire Stick and Fire TV

Since Uranus is a Kodi Add-on, you must first install the KODI app on your Fire Stick or Fire TV.

If you have not done this yet, please visit our step-by-step tutorial then return to this post.

Please note: Because Uranus is third-party, you will need to enable Kodi to install addons from “Unknown Sources.” This can be done through Kodi’s “Security” menu. For a more in-depth guide, click here.
Here is how to install this popular Kodi add-on:
  1. Open Kodi and go to “Settings

  2. Select “File Manager

  3. Select “Add Source

  4. A new box should pop-up. Enter the URL for Uranus: in the box where it says Enter a name for the link (like “Blamo”), and click OK.

  5. Go back to Kodi’s Main Menu and click “Add-ons

  6. Select “Open Box

  7. Select “Install From ZIP File”

  8. Open the directory of the newly added source (“Blamo”), and find “”. Click on this to install the repository to Kodi.

  9. After it loads, there will be a notification that lets you click on “Install From Repository.” Click on “Griffin Repo”, then “Video Add-ons”, then “Uranus”

  10. Click “Install” Uranus should now be available to launch from Kodi’s Add-on section.

  11. Sit back and enjoy!

Related: Guide to The Best Kodi Add-ons of 2018 (and how to install them.)