Guide Install Kodi onto your iPhone iPad ipod
How to Install Kodi onto your iPhone iPad ipod Easy to follow guide to installing Kodi on to your iDevice
How to get Kodi on iPhone or iPad (without jailbreaking) step by step guide on how to Sideload Kodi media player app using Xcode 7.
If you want the Kodi media player app on your iPhone or iPad, but don’t fancy jailbreaking, today’s your lucky day. Here’s how to sideload Kodi on an unjailbroken iOS device, using Xcode
Can I get Kodi on my iPhone without jailbreaking it? We hope you find this guide useful and would also like to point out we have a page dedicated for Apple Help Guides, this page will be constantly updated with new content when new posts are created, so bookmark it.
You can use this method of installing the Kodi app on your un-jailbroken iPhone or iPad.
New Quick Guide to Install Kodi onto your iPhone iPad ipod
- Download Xcode, Kodi.ipa, IOS App Signer.
- Create A free Apple ID developer account.
- Connect your device to your Mac
- Open Xcode 7 on your Mac → click Xcode on the top menu bar now click preferences.
- Use the + button on the pop up page to add your Apple ID you created in step 2
- Launch Xcode → click Create a new Xcode Project → select Application under IOS (not TVos) → Single View Application, and click Next.
- In the Product name field, insert a unique name like AppleTVorYourNameHere and click Next → Create
- Ensure that your Apple TV is selected in the destination menu at the top left had side of the screen.
- Under the Team drop down box, select your Apple ID, and click the Fix Issue button to resolve provisioning issues.
- Minimize Xcode and open the iOS App Signer.
- Click Browse on the iOS App Signer and select the Kodi.ipa you downloaded in step 1
- Select your Apple ID in the iOS App Signer’s Signing Certificate box.
- Select the Project name/bundle identifier you just created in step 7
- Click Start in the bottom right-hand corner of the iOS App Signer, and the new .IPA file for will be built and saved to the desktop.
- Open Xcode → Window (on top menu bar)→ Devices and select the iDevice
- Click the ‘+’ sign and select the .IPA file from the desktop and click Open. the app will now be deployed to your iDevice
- Once finished, you should see the app on your Apple TV’s Home screen.
PLEASE WATCH THIS VIDEO BEFORE YOU TRY TO INSTALL KODI ONTO YOUR iDEVICE
To Install kodi you need
- A Mac running OS X 10.10.5 or later.
- A free Apple ID developer account.
- Xcode 7.2 from the Mac App Store, which needs more than 4GB of disk space all by itself.
- iOS App Signer
- A cable, for connecting your Apple iDevice to your Mac.
Unplug your iOS device and unlock it. You’ll see the Kodi icon in the first available space on your device. Depending on your settings, there’s a good chance that you’ll get an ‘Untrusted Developer’ error message when you first tap the icon, and you’ll only be able to tap Cancel. So tap Cancel (or just don’t try to start the app yet), and instead go to Settings > General, and scroll down to, and tap, Device Management (it’s near the bottom of the list). Under DEVELOPER APP, tap on the account you used earlier in the process, then on the next screen, tap Trust “[name of account]”. Then tap Trust again.
That’s it! Go back to the your Home screen and tap the icon to run the app.
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Can an Apple TV 4 be jailbroken and when is it getting released. How to install Kodi on your iPad, or where to buy an Apple TV 4 with Kodi installed. You could want to to try to install Kodi on your iPhone yourselves with our help guides, or use one of our Apple TV 4 Kodi help guides. We even have a list of the best apps for the Apple TV 4, or you could want to download apps from our list of .ipa for your Apple iDevice.
We even offer a Kodi installation service for most new Apple iDevices if you don’t want the hassle of signing .ipa files and reinstalling them every 3 months.