The majority of Kodi addons rely on publicly available sources of content, which is why you can use them free of charge. We’re talking about different kinds of Web scrapers, some of which are more successful than others. However, there are certain addons that take a completely different route – and one of those is Seren. By relying only on premium-priced sources, only you can be sure that you’ll get the movies and TV shows you want, in high quality. So, let’s talk about What you’ll get from this addon and how to install the Seren Kodi addon.
Also, please note that Seren is designed to work with Real Debrid and Premiumize, both of which are premium-priced services. However, to use either of these, you’ll need to enable it within the addon. Don’t worry, we’ll be here to guide you all the way through, so make sure to read this article in this entirety. And now, let’s jump to what you want to know.
Before the guide starts, 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 Seren on Kodi in 2019
Before you do anything else, you need to enable Kodi’s support for unknown sources. This is a very simple procedure, and make sure to use the provided link. And also, we strongly recommend you update your Kodi to the latest version available – Kodi 18 Leia, so you can avoid some common technical problems. And now, here’s how to install Seren on Kodi.
Fix Seren Errors (Provider Package, Real Debrid & More)
In general, Kodi addons are ready to be used as soon as you install them. However, that’s not the case with Seren. To make the addon search for content, you need to authorize your Real Debrid or Premiumize accounts. In addition, we’ll give you some tips on how to resolve common issues.
How to Set Up Real-Debrid With Seren?
As said earlier, this addon is designed to work with ‘premium links’ through Real-Debrid. So, to use this service with Seren, you first need to configure it within the addon. With this said, we’ll show you how this is done.
We recommend you not to use a VPN while setting up Real-Debrid, as this can lead to certain complications. So, make sure to turn off your VPN, set up Real-Debrid, and then continue using Kodi as you normally would (by being protected via a VPN solution).
Seren Provider Package – Where to Find It?
If you can’t find any playable content even after adding Real Debrid, you need to install a provider package. Let’s show you how this is done.
Seren ‘No Playable Sources’ Error – How to Fix It?
Many are not aware that Seren only works with premium sources – as this addon is still in beta. So, unless you have an account that can be used with those sources, you won’t be able to play anything. With this said, there are two possible solutions to this problem.
- You need to add a premium account, associated with services like Real-Debrid or Premiumize. We’ve explained how this is done, so make sure to check our guide above.
- If you can’t play anything even after having added premium accounts, you need to install a provider package (explained in the previous question).
Seren Not Working? Here Are the Possible Solutions!
Seren works only with services like Premiumize or Real-Debrid. So, unless you have an active subscription to either of these, you won’t be able to find any content. So, make sure to authorize your accounts and try again.
If nothing else helps, we recommend using a VPN solution. That’s because Kodi and Real-Debrid are often throttled by Internet Service Providers. The only reliable way to overcome this situation is to use a really powerful and capable VPN service, such as ExpressVPN.
So, that would be all on how to install the Seren Kodi addon. In case of any technical problems or additional questions, make sure to drop us a comment below. We’ll do our best to provide a timely response and to help you resolve your issue.
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