If you’re looking for a step-by-step installation guide for Kodi’s Titanium Build, then you’ve come to the right place. The process may be a bit long, but all the information you need is provided to you along with screenshots. The Titanium Build for Kodi is considered to be one of the best builds out there, especially since it also includes outstanding repositories and add-ons that can surely make your streaming experience even better.
How to Install the Titanium Build on Kodi
Launch the Kodi app and head to the Settings page. If you don’t know where to find this page, it’s the cog icon on the upper left side of the Kodi’s home screen.
Head over to the System settings page.
Tap on the Add-ons tab and make sure that Unknown Sources is enabled. If not, you won’t be able to install third-party apps and add-ons, which is what we’ll be doing in this guide.
Tap Yes to confirm.
Once confirmed, return to the Settings page and select File manager.
Click Add source.
When you reach this part of the screen, click <None>.
Type in the URL http://repo.supremebuilds.com with the on-screen keyboard.
Select the bottom field and type in any name that you want to call your media source or file. In this case, we decided to name it Supreme.
Once again, return to Settings and tap on Add-ons this time.
Select Install from zip file.
Look for the file that you named earlier and click it.
Then, select repository.supremebuilds-1.0.2.zip.
Wait until a notification banner appears on your screen informing you that the add-on was installed successfully. From there, select Install from repository.
Click Supreme Builds Repository.
From there, choose the option that says Program add-ons.
Click Supreme Builds Wizard.
Afterward, this screen will appear. Tap Install on the bottom right corner of the screen.
Wait for the download and installation process to finish.
Another notification will appear once the add-on has been installed. Click on the Supreme Builds Wizard again.
This time, tap Open.
Choose whichever features you want enabled and then click Continue.
Select Ignore when this prompt shows up.
On this page, you’ll see a list. Select (Supreme Builds) Builds.
Choose your server preferences. There are different servers available on the list. In our case, we went for the USA Server.
Then, select Fresh Install.
Click Continue. If you see an error, you may dismiss it.
Wait for your Kodi configuration to restore to default settings.
Tap on Program add-ons to truly start installing the build.
The download process will take a few minutes, so just wait a bit for it to fully download.
When the download is fully done, the Kodi app will close. Simply launch the app again and the Titanium build will be fully installed already.
Just like other Kodi builds available, this one organizes your options into different categories, like Movies, TV Shows, Favorites, and more. In other words, you won’t have a hard time looking for what you want because the build has already organized things for you. If you find yourself lost and confused about what to do next, feel free to refer to this guide.