How To Install Uranus Kodi Add-On For Amazon Firestick

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Uranus

Active: Yes | Subscription Required: No
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: http://repo.mrblamo.xyz/ 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 “repository.griffin-x.x.x.zip”. 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: Firestick.io Guide to The Best Kodi Add-ons of 2018 (and how to install them.)