As said in our expert guide to Kodi, this application can easily become your family’s entertainment hub. And we don’t have to tell you that Netflix is one of the world’s most popular streaming platforms. Therefore, it’s not surprising to know that you can combine these two ultra-powerful platforms in a very seamless very. So, how to get such a huge video library on your device? Or better said – how to install Netflix on Kodi in 2020? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you all you need to know!
First of all, we have a few important pointers for you. The following Netflix addon for Kodi is completely legal – considering that it uses your existing Netflix subscription. And also, you need to have the latest version of Kodi to make this addon work. In case you didn’t know, we’re talking about Kodi 18 Leia. So, make sure to learn how to update Kodi (the safe way) – and we strongly recommend installing Kodi 18.6 Leia, which is the latest available version of this application.
And finally, one more note. The following addon works on all Kodi-compatible systems – except on AppleTV (tvOS) devices. That’s because Kodi 18 isn’t yet fully supported by tvOS, and we have no information about whether this will happen in the future. So finally, let’s start talking about installing and using Netflix on Kodi.
Before we start the tutorial, we strictly recommend you to be safe while using Kodi. Therefore, we want you to read the disclaimer and WARNING notice found below.
6 Easy Steps on How to Install Netflix on Kodi in 2020
Let’s talk about what you want to know. The following guide will teach you how to install Netflix on Kodi in 6 simple steps.
First and foremost, make sure to enable ‘Unknown Sources’ on your Kodi. Click on the provided link for our easy step-by-step guide. Then, return to this article and go through the following steps.
Now, visit this GitHub page. Scroll down until you see a segment called ‘Installation & Updates’. From there, download the CastagnaIT repository (it comes as a ZIP file).
Launch Kodi and click on ‘Add-ons’ using the main menu. Then, click on the ‘Open Box’ icon in the top-left corner, just below the logo of this application.
Click ‘Install from ZIP file’ and then Go to the file you’ve downloaded moments ago (the ZIP file). Once you find it, click on the file to install the addon. We understand that some of you aren’t using Kodi on a computer. So, if you use it on a media streaming device, make sure to read this entire article, as we’ll explain how to transfer the ZIP file to your media streamer (like the Amazon Fire TV, for example).
Then, Click ‘Install from Repository’ and Go to CastagnaIT Repository > Video Add-ons > Netflix. Click on the ‘Install’ button to finalize the process.
Important Note (Fire TV / Android TV): As you can see, the previously explained method requires downloading a ZIP file. However, that can be a problem on devices such as Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. That’s because these don’t have a USB port that would let you easily transfer the Netflix Kodi addon to your device. However, there’s a solution:
First, make sure to download the ES File Explorer on your media streaming device.
Then, open the app and activate the ‘Remote Manager’ using the ‘Network’ tab.
Click on the prominent ‘Turn ON’ button to enable the Wi-Fi transfer method. Also, make sure that your computer and your media streaming device are both connected to the same Wi-Fi network (such as your home Wi-Fi network).
Make sure to write down the IP address that you’ll see here;
Now, download FileZilla to your Windows PC or macOS computer (you’ll use this application to send the required ZIP file).
Finally, create a new connection via FileZilla by typing the IP address that you’ve previously seen (in the ‘Host’ field – top-left corner). This will connect your computer and your media streaming device, so you can easily transfer any file.
Dear readers, this is where we conclude our article on how to install Netflix on Kodi in 2020. In case of any questions or technical difficulties, feel free to post a comment below. And finally, enjoy using Kodi!