KODI - Spurs TV (video addon)

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Did you know that KODI (media manager - FREE) also had a Spurs TV addon? It's a good play to watch highlights, player interviews etc.

KODI is available from the Windows Store. If you need help, ask away - if I can, I will.
 
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Did you know that KODI (media manager - FREE) also had a Spurs TV addon? It's a good play to watch highlights, player interviews etc.

KODI is available from the Windows Store. If you need help, ask away - if I can, I will.
Yeah the dev started a thread when he launched it last season iirc...its a pretty sweet little Haddon.
 

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Did you know that KODI (media manager - FREE) also had a Spurs TV addon? It's a good play to watch highlights, player interviews etc.

KODI is available from the Windows Store. If you need help, ask away - if I can, I will.
Install Ares Launcher and get Pulse on there ;)
 

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I put Kodi on my computer ages ago, but haven't a clue how to put add ons on or do anything with it lol
 

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Did you know that KODI (media manager - FREE) also had a Spurs TV addon? It's a good play to watch highlights, player interviews etc.

KODI is available from the Windows Store. If you need help, ask away - if I can, I will.
Do you know where I can watch the full spurs Chelsea game. I recorded it on sky but it failed,talk about sick. I have kodi on my minix box but couldn't find it, found it on Chelsea TV but none of the links worked
 

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Did you know that KODI (media manager - FREE) also had a Spurs TV addon? It's a good play to watch highlights, player interviews etc.

KODI is available from the Windows Store. If you need help, ask away - if I can, I will.
I've got Kodi on a box, just started using it this winter so very much a newb -= how do I add on the Spurs TV addon?
 

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Do you know where I can watch the full spurs Chelsea game. I recorded it on sky but it failed,talk about sick. I have kodi on my minix box but couldn't find it, found it on Chelsea TV but none of the links worked
Sports Devil add-on will have the full game under the highlights section. I use it all the time when I miss a game, its the first place I go. Let me know if you need any help.
 

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I put Kodi on my computer ages ago, but haven't a clue how to put add ons on or do anything with it lol
Have you got your own library of media than you want to manage and play with Kodi?

Or stream media online?

I would rather not go into streaming - because a) I've never used Kodi for that, so I can't help with that, b) it's legally a rather grey area, and so to help keeping this site 'stream clean', I won't be going there.
 

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Have you got your own library of media than you want to manage and play with Kodi?

Or stream media online?

I would rather not go into streaming - because a) I've never used Kodi for that, so I can't help with that, b) it's legally a rather grey area, and so to help keeping this site 'stream clean', I won't be going there.
the grey area is what i want it for unfortunately. fed up with watching football in ultra slow mo, as we don't have the fastest of internet speeds in our village
 

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I've got Kodi on a box, just started using it this winter so very much a newb -= how do I add on the Spurs TV addon?
Here you go then. This is for the latest (Kodi 17 RC2) and the default skin.

1. Click on the 'Add-ons', from the main menu.
2. Click on 'download from the menu.
3. Find 'Spurs TV' amongst the alphabetical list of available add-ons.
4. Click 'install' on the bottom-right.

Done. Go back to the beginning (press Esc until you do), go 'Add-ons' again, then 'Video add-ons' - click on the big 'Spus TV' icon - WooHoo!
 

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I'm the author of the Spurs TV Kodi add-on. There are currently two versions available to install and the version available depends on whether you're running v16 (Jarvis) or v17 (Krypton).

v16 only has v2.4.0 which is somewhat broken and is missing some categories. Because of this I recommend running the latest v17 Release Candidate which has the latest add-on version available (v2.12.1).

word of warning, these 'builds' being suggested can install all manor of crap on your system, and i would especially warn against them if you run Kodi on a desktop PC/Laptop where you have personal data.
Very good warning. Kodi should only be installed from an official source (e.g. https://kodi.tv/download, https://libreelec.tv/downloads).

if you want to install just the Spurs TV addon then follow this guide:

https://seo-michael.co.uk/tutorial-how-to-install-spurs-tv-kodi-xbmc/
Please don't install from a zip file. The add-on should be installed from the official Kodi repository as you can be sure it's the proper version and will receive automatic updates. This is done by finding it in My add-ons -> Install from repository -> Kodi Add-on repository -> Video add-ons -> Spurs TV

If there are any more questions or requests, just ask and I will be happy to help.
 

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I'm the author of the Spurs TV Kodi add-on. There are currently two versions available to install and the version available depends on whether you're running v16 (Jarvis) or v17 (Krypton).

v16 only has v2.4.0 which is somewhat broken and is missing some categories. Because of this I recommend running the latest v17 Release Candidate which has the latest add-on version available (v2.12.1).


Very good warning. Kodi should only be installed from an official source (e.g. https://kodi.tv/download, https://libreelec.tv/downloads).


Please don't install from a zip file. The add-on should be installed from the official Kodi repository as you can be sure it's the proper version and will receive automatic updates. This is done by finding it in My add-ons -> Install from repository -> Kodi Add-on repository -> Video add-ons -> Spurs TV

If there are any more questions or requests, just ask and I will be happy to help.
No worries, honestly didn't know it had made it into the 'official' repo.
Good to hear.
 

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word of warning, these 'builds' being suggested can install all manor of crap on your system, and i would especially warn against them if you run Kodi on a desktop PC/Laptop where you have personal data.

if you want to install just the Spurs TV addon then follow this guide:

https://seo-michael.co.uk/tutorial-how-to-install-spurs-tv-kodi-xbmc/
Yerse, but this is from two years ago - good luck with that. The guide i JUST made is usually the version you download TODAY. Just saying.
 

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Yerse, but this is from two years ago - good luck with that. The guide i JUST made is usually the version you download TODAY. Just saying.
This guide works fine on the latest Kodi 17 RC, and is the latest version as the link is direct to the developers github... , but as @LS80 says its in the official repo so no need, you'll get updates that way.
 
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