Echo Wizard is a great tool for Kodi users who want to customize their Kodi experience. It allows users to install add-ons, builds, and repos, as well as customize their settings and look. In this article, we’ll go over the prerequisites for installing Echo Wizard, and then walk you through the process of installing and configuring it.
Prerequisites for Installation
Before you can install Echo Wizard, there are a few things you’ll need to do. First, you’ll need to make sure that your Kodi is up to date. You can check the version number of your Kodi by going to Settings > System > System Information. If you need to update, you can download the latest version from the Kodi website.
Next, you’ll need to make sure that you have the Unknown Sources setting enabled. This allows you to install add-ons and builds from external sources. To enable this setting, go to Settings > System > Add-ons and toggle the Unknown Sources setting to “on”.
Finally, you’ll need to make sure that you have the latest version of the repository from which you’ll be installing Echo Wizard. This repository is called the SuperRepo, and you can get the latest version from the SuperRepo website.
Installing the Echo Wizard
Once you have the prerequisites taken care of, you can begin the installation process. First, open Kodi and go to the Add-ons menu. Then, click the “Open Box” icon in the top left corner, and select “Install from zip file”.
Next, navigate to the location of the SuperRepo zip file that you downloaded earlier, and select it. Once the installation is complete, you’ll see a notification in the top right corner.
Finally, go back to the Add-ons menu and select “Install from repository”. Then, select the SuperRepo repository and select the Echo Wizard add-on. Click “Install” and wait for the installation to complete. Once it’s done, you’ll see a notification in the top right corner.
Configuring the Echo Wizard
Now that you’ve installed Echo Wizard, you’ll need to configure it. First, open the Echo Wizard add-on and select the “Settings” tab. Here, you can change the look and feel of the Echo Wizard, as well as customize the settings.
Next, select the “Builds” tab and you’ll see a list of available builds. You can select one of these builds and install it, or you can create your own custom build.
Finally, select the “Add-ons” tab and you’ll see a list of available add-ons. You can install any of these add-ons, or you can add your own.
Installing and configuring the Echo Wizard is a great way to customize your Kodi experience. With the Echo Wizard, you can install builds, add-ons, and repos, as well as customize the look and feel of your Kodi setup. Follow the steps in this article and you’ll be up and running in no time!