The video above shows an easy way to install Tomb Raider Build on Kodi in 5 minutes. It is a simple guide to install this awesome Kodi addon that is based on the most popular movie of 2017. Tomb Raider Build is a Kodi addon that allows you to watch the latest movies of the Tomb Raider series, and even some of the latest TV shows. Tomb Raider Build is currently available in 10 languages. This is a must have addon.
Tomb Raider Build is a complete, fully-featured Kodi addon that will give you access to hundreds of quality movies and TV shows. It features a great selection of content from the world’s largest movie and TV streaming websites. It works on every device that is supported by Kodi, including PC, Android, Roku, Fire TV and Xbox One.
In this tutorial you will learn how to install the Tomb Raider build on Kodi 18.3 / 18.1 Leia. This build is specifically designed for Kodi version 18 and works on Amazon FireStick, Fire TV Stick 4K, Android TVs and set-top boxes, Android mobile devices, iOS, Mac and Windows devices and more.
The Tomb Raider Kodi build is a decent option for those who have upgraded to Kodi Leia and are looking for a stable build. There aren’t many similar builds for the latest version, and it’s nice to finally see something that actually works.
With Tomb Raider, you unpack a nice collection of video addons for all your streaming needs. If you want to watch movies or TV shows or stream live TV channels, there are add-ons for everything. You can also watch sports, children’s programs and much more. This version includes popular add-ons such as The Magic Dragon, Exodus Redux, SportsDevil, Supremacy Sports, etc.
Update: The Tomb Raider version is currently unavailable due to Maverick Repo. Try one of the other builds from our list of best Kodi builds
How to install a Tomb Raider build on Kodi
The installation process is as follows:
- Allow unknown sources
- Installing the Maverick Wizard
- Installing the Tomb Raider build on Kodi 18 with the help of a wizard
I will go through each part of the process in turn. Each part has its own set of detailed instructions and steps. Follow them carefully and you will have your Kodi Tomb Raider build in a few minutes.
Let’s get started.
Allow unknown sources
This is a requirement for installing a third-party build or addon on Kodi. This was due to the configuration of the security settings. Don’t worry about it. Tomb Raider is an innocent, tried-and-true construct. Here’s what you need to do:
#1. Go to the Kodi home screen, then go to the top left corner and tap Settings.
#2 Open the system on the following screen
#3 Select Add-ons on the left side of the next screen and move to the right to activate the switch next to Unknown Sources.
#4 When prompted, click Yes.
If the Unknown Sources option is enabled, you can install a Kodi build of Tomb Raider. You can disable this feature after installing the version.
Installing Maverick Wizard
Maverick Wizard is a utility that also contains a library of different Kodi builds for Leia and Krypton. Tomb Raider is a part of that magic. Here’s how to set it up:
#1 Open the Kodi settings again from the Home screen.
#2. Click on File Management
#3 Open the Add Source option you see on the following screen
#4 Click anywhere the pop-up window displays <None>.
#5 Go ahead and enter the following path in the space provided: http://mavericktv.net/mavrepo
Check again and make sure you have entered the URL correctly.
#5 Now you need to name this resource so you can identify it later. The field labeled Enter a name for this media source is automatically populated with the name mavrepo. I’ll take that name. But if you want, you can change it however you want.
#6 Return to the Kodi home screen by pressing the Back button several times.
Click on the Extras button on the left.
#7. Click on the icon called Package Installer (this icon looks like an open box, very similar to the Dropbox icon).
#8 Open the installation of the zip file
#Click on mavrepo (or the name of the source you chose earlier) in the next pop-up window
#10 Now open the zip file named repository.maverickrepo-x.x.zip
Note: x.x in this zip file represents the current version number. For example, right now, as I write this guide, it is 3.5. However, it may change when the developers update the file.
#11 Wait for the notification of the installation of the add-on from the MaverickTV repo.
#12 Next, click Install from repository, and stay on the same Kodi screen.
#13 Open MaverickTV Repo
Additions to the program #14 Click
#15 Click Maverick Wizard
#16 Click on Install Next
#17 Wait until the notification that Maverick Wizard has been installed appears in the upper right corner of the screen. This may take a few minutes.
#18 You should see this pop-up window when you install the wizard. If you wish to include any of the listed options, please select it.
Click on Next
#19 If another popup window appears, click Ignore
You can also click Create a menu. However, in the next part, I will show you how to navigate to the build menu from the Kodi home screen.
You have successfully installed the Maverick Assistant. Let’s go to the next part and install Tomb Raider Kodi Leia version 18.3.
Install the Tomb Raider Kodi version from thewizard.
Here are the steps:
#1 Go to the Kodi home screen, then to Add-ons > Software Add-ons.
Click on the Maverick Wizard icon
#2 Click on the Builds tab in the upper left hand corner of the next screen
#3 Select Tomb Raider Build 18.x (where x is the version number, which changes depending on the Kodi version) from the list of builds on the left.
#4 Click Fresh Install on the right (as shown in the following image).
Message: You can also click Install if you want to keep your existing Kodi data. But I’ve found that builds work best when installed on Kodi from the start. That’s why I always opt for a fresh install.
#5 Click Yes when prompted to allow the wizard to reset Kodi to its default configuration and install the build.
#6 Wait for the Tomb Raider Kodi version to download and install. This may take a few minutes.
#7 Kodi must be forced to shut down to save the changes. So click OK when the following prompt appears
That’s it. You have successfully installed the Tomb Raider build on Kodi 18.3 Leia. You will see the build the next time you start Kodi.
Tomb Raider building: Overview
Tomb Raider has a simple structure that takes some getting used to. Launch it and start exploring. In a few minutes, you’ll know where you stand.
Still, I think a quick overview can get you off to a good start. Well, there you go.
This is the main screen of the building. If you have used Kodi builds before, they will look familiar to you. If not, like I said, it won’t take long to get used to it.
When you first start Tomb Raider Kodi Build, it takes a few minutes to update the addons and create all the menu items. It is important that you let the process run its course. This guarantees optimal performance at a later stage.
The following is a list of menu items on the Home screen:
- television program
- Space for children
- Live sports broadcasts
- Top Supplements
- The magic dragon
So, as you can see, construction covers just about everything you could want. Streaming services are offered via popular add-ons such as Exodus Redux, The Magic Dragon, Maverick TV, Supremacy Sports, etc.
Continue with the examination of the assembly.
The Tomb Raider build is a pretty good option if you’re looking for a build for this new Kodi platform. I tried several popular builds that would have been designed specifically for Leia. But they don’t work. And Tomb Raider is.
It’s an ordinary building with an ordinary floor plan. However, what is needed is a build that offers quality addons and reliable streaming options. Tomb Raider has many high quality add-ons for movies, shows, action movies, sports, kids and much more. This means there will be no shortage of video content. I recommend you try this construction at least once.
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