Plutonium Build for Kodi is one of the best Kodi builds available as of this writing. It’s very lightweight build at 142mb, but comes pre-installed with every app you will need to stream all the media you could possibly want. Since it is a small build, it runs very well on the Amazon Fire TV Stick. But it also works perfectly on any other devices that are compatible with Kodi.
Plutonium Build has an intuitive interface that is based on the Aeon Nox skin. If you have already tried my other favorite build No Limits Build, then you will feel right at home with this build, as they have similar interfaces.
I always recommend installing new builds on fresh Kodi installations. This ensures that there are no conflicts with anything that might be pre-existing.
Always use a VPN
I have said it a million times, but I’ll say it again. If you are not using a VPN to secure your connection, then you are living dangerously. Just the privacy issues alone should be enough to convince most people to use a VPN. But those of us that are streaming media from the Internet benefit tremendously from using a VPN. I recommend IPVanish VPN.
That being said, on with the show.
Follow these steps to install Plutonium Build for Kodi on your device.
How To Install Plutonium Build for Kodi
Click the Settings icon
Click System settings
Choose Add-ons from the left menu and turn on Unknown sources if it is not already enabled
You will have to confirm that you want to do this. Click Yes
Click back to go back to the System page and select File Manager
Click Add source
Enter the following address exactly how it is shown here – http://www.miniaturelife67.co.uk/repo/ and click OK
Go down to where it says “Enter a name…” and enter any name you like. You can leave it as repo if you want. I will leave it as repo for this tutorial. Click OK
Return to the Kodi home screen and click on the Add-ons menu
Click on the little open box icon a the top left of the screen
Click Install from zip file
Choose repo or whatever you named it in the previous steps
Wait for the message that EzzerMacs Wizard Repository Add-On has been installed
Click Install from repository
Click EzzerMacs Wizard Repository
Choose Program Add-ons
Click Ezzermans Wizard
Ezzermans Wizard will install
Click Dismiss on the message that pops up.
Return to the Kodi home-screen. You may see the Ezzermans Wizard here as I do in the example. But if you don’t scroll on down and click on Add-ons
Scroll down to Program Add-ons and you will see Ezzermans Wizard shown there. Run the wizard by clicking on it.
Click on (EZ Wizard) Builds
Choose Plutonium Build
Click Standard Install
Click Yes, Install
Plutonium Build for Kodi will download.
Then it will unzip and install
When it is finished installing, you will be asked if you want to Force Close Kodi. Yes, choose Force Close
After you have Force Closed Kodi and restarted it, you will be presented with your new build menu. In this case, Plutonium Build for Kodi. The build will go through some gyrations when you first open it. It needs to configure a few things. Just be patient and watch the messages come and go for a few minutes.
When it is finished configuring itself, you will see your shiny new build. The interface in Plutonium Build is Aeon Nox. Aeon Nox is a super configurable skin with a very modern and sleek interface. The menus have been preconfigured to connect with the apps that have been installed as a part of the build. In most cases, you should be able to start using the menus right away with little or no configuration.
The preconfigured menu entries are Movies, TV Shows, Scream, Docuvision, Nitro, True Grit, Nippers, DJ Time, VOD & Subs, Videos, Apps, System 1.7, Power, Game On, Hobbies, Tap Out, Live TV, & Hilarious.
The apps that fulfill the content for the menu include: WOW, Aragon Live, Supremacy, Maverick TV, Rising Tides, FlixSport, Star Tec, Arrakis, Copy & Paste?, I Am Groot, Incursion, Yoda, Sports Devil, and many more.
Plutonium Build for Kodi is one of the most complete builds I’ve come across. Most every type of content you can think of is available via a modern, intuitive menu system. Most users will be able to start using Plutonium Build right after the first restart. It uses a highly configurable menu system but needs little or no configuration. I recommend Plutonium Build and I’m sure you will see why.