How to configure Kodi for IPTV

 

Firstly, you must have your m3u file on the device you want to use it on(android box, fire stick, pc etc)
Download Kodi :
Now, on Kodi go to:

System > TV > General > Enabled.


It will tell you there is no PVR add-on enabled, click OK.
It will now present you with a list of PVR clients.
Scroll down to "PVR IPTV Simple Client", click it. 

Click Configure.



On the General tab, change the location to either local path(if the m3u file is located on your android box/stick/pc had drive) or remote path(if its hosted on the web), and then locate your m3u file.
paste your M3U line over there.


press "EPG Settings" tab and paste EPG's Link



Then click "Channels Logos" tab and set "Channels Logos from XMLTV" on "Prefer M3U", finally press "OK".



Now click on "Enable" button. 



Then press the X to close the menu, and press the kodi home button. Now exit the app.



Restart Kodi; you should notice "PVR manager is starting up" and it will begin loading the channels.



You will now notice a TV section on kodi, go inside that and you will see your channels.



Now simply select a channel, allow it to load/buffer(will depend on your internet speed) and there you have it. GenIPTV working on a Kodi PVR client, as opposed to having a program that loads channels (ike Stalker).


You can click on "Guide" button and see channels' EPG.

 

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