Judgement Media on Kodi

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Judgement Media bring to you a solid media add-on with an excellent live option too. The main media content sections are powered by NAN, which will be very familiar to most users by now. What sets this add-on apart though, is the live scrapers that have been nicely incorporated within. Judgement Media support can be found on Twitter.



Kodi Krypton (v17.x)


Open Kodi and click on the Gear at the top left.
You’ll now see several rows of icons. Choose File Manager.
In the 2 sections you see here, select Add source on the left.
When the Add Source box appears, click on the word that says <None>.
Now, enter exactly https://archive.org/download/JudgementZips/Zips and click OK.
Enter the name judgement or whatever you want to call it, click OK, and OK again.
Once added, return to the home screen and click Add-ons.
At the top, select the icon of the open box.
Now choose Install from zip file and click on judgement > Repository.judgement.zip.
Wait for the notification message.
Now, go to Install from Repository > Judgement Repo > Video Add-ons > Judgement Media > Install.
Wait for the message.
To use, return to the home screen and select Add-ons > Video Add-ons > Judgement Media.





Kodi Jarvis (v16.x)


Open Kodi. You will be on the home screen.
Now, go to System > File Manager > Add Source.
You should now see the Add source box pop up. Click on the field with the word <None>.
Enter the address of https://archive.org/download/JudgementZips/Zips and click Done.
In the name field, enter judgement > Done > OK.
Go back to the home screen and click on System > Add-ons > Install from zip file.
Select judgement > Repository.judgement.zip.

Wait for the notification message.
Now, go to Install from Repository > Judgement Repo > Video Add-ons > Judgement Media > Install.
wait again for the notification message.
You are ready to enjoy the add-on by returning to the home screen and selecting Videos > Video add-ons > Judgement Media.




Note : Developer does mention it wont work on Jarvis but it does work with the forks/