Joshua is a Kodi add-on named after the Supercomputer in the 1980’s popular movie War Games.  Joshua the Kodi add-on is jam packed full of movie and tv sections and is complimented with a documentaries section.  This add-on is a multi-scraper add-on that will allow you to add your Trakt & Real Debrid accounts to maximize the streaming experience.  I think Griffin hit another home run in this add-on.  He has added some pretty quality categories inside such as shows off-air and many others.  If you are unfamiliar with Griffin he is doing some amazing work and you really should check out some of his other add-ons like Final Gear, Bones Brigade, and Uranus. Joshua:  Current Version of this add-on is 2018.03.10

This add on is “unofficial” and therefore not supported by Kodi Tv or XMBC foundations, please do not ask on their forums for help, go to ares-project.uk for further support.

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Joshua Installation to Kodi Jarvis (16)

  • Click SYSTEM > File Manager
  • Double Click Add Source
  • Click “None” text window
  • Type EXACTLY https://repo.mrblamo.xyz
  • Click the box underneath “Enter a name for this media source
  • Type Blamo (or a name you will remember!)
  • Click OK
  • Back out or hit the “Home icon” to go back to your Home Screen
  • Click SYSTEM
  • Click Add-Ons
  • Click Install from zip file
  • Click  Blamo (or whatever you called it)
  • Click repository.griffin-(x.x).zip
  • Now wait for “Add-on enabled” message
  • Click Install from repository
  • Click Griffin Repo
  • Click Video add-ons
  • Click Joshua
  • Click Install
  • Now wait for ” Add-on enabled” message

You can find the Joshua in Video Add-ons.

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Joshua Installation to Kodi Krypton (17)

If you have a clean 17 install, you will have to enable unknown sources first.

NOTE: We have added a new link for Krypton installs due to some weird Kodi bug not showing the repo zip properly.

  • Click Settings (cog)
  • Click System Settings
  • Click Add-ons
  • Toggle Unknown Sources
  • A warning pop-up will appear

“Add-ons will be given access to personal data stored on this device. By allowing, you agree that you are solely responsible for any loss of data, unwanted behaviour, or damage to your device. Proceed?”

This is your choice, if you wish to install 3rd Party add-ons you must agree. We strongly advise against installing headline grabbing “the best add-on ever…” etc and use only official developers with a proven track record.

This tutorial uses the Estuary Skin – Default skin for Kodi Krypton (17)
  • Click Settings (cog)
  • Click File Manager
  • Double Click Add Source
  • Click “None” text window
  • Type EXACTLY http://repo.mrblamo.xyz
  • Click the box underneath “Enter a name for this media source
  • Type Blamo (or a name you will remember!)
  • Click OK
  • Back out or hit the “Home icon” to go back to your Home Screen
  • Click Add-ons
  • Scroll to Add-on Browser (Open Box)
  • Scroll to Install from zip file
  • Click Blamo (or whatever you called it)
  • Click repository.griffin-(x.x).zip
  • Now wait for “Add-on enabled” message
  • Click Install from repository
  • Click Griffin Repo
  • Click Video add-ons
  • Click Joshua
  • Click Install
  • Now wait for ” Add-on enabled” message

You can find the Joshua  in Video Add-ons, My Add-ons, or Add-ons (open box).

What does Joshua have to offer?

  • Movies
  • Tv Shows
  • Documentaries
  • Trakt
  • Real Debrid
Look below just to see a glimpse of part of the main menu Joshua So as I mentioned, Griffin did another great job in developing this add-on.  I am excited to spend some time playing with it and seeing exactly what it can do.  I found it quick to load and was full of categories to choose to help you get going as soon as possible.  As always we thank you for joining us and be sure to keep checking back at Best Kodi Guides to see what else we have to offer.