Another Kodi addon with Live TV channels. Made in Canada Kodi addon has English and French channels from Canada, US TV channels, UK TV channels. The addon also has a category for live sporting events which is why it’s one of the most preferred Kodi addons for live sports streaming. Let’s get down to business and see how to install Made in Canada IPTV Kodi Addon.
How to Install Made in Canada IPTV Kodi Addon
We are assuming you are on Kodi 17.x Krypton or higher.
Step 1 – Enable Unknown Sources and Notifications
From your Kodi home screen head over to Settings -> System Settings -> Addons and Enable Unknown Sources. Click Yes when prompted. Also make sure to enable Show Notifications.
Step 2 – Download Made in Canada IPTV Kodi Addon Repository
Download Colossus repository zip from the below URL. Amazon Fire TV Stick and Box users can use the Downloader app (please note URL is case sensitive) and the zip file will be downloaded in a folder called Downloader.
Slami Repository Zip Download URL – http://slamiousproject.com/repo and Typle slamious as source name.
Step 3 – Install Made in Canada IPTV Repository Zip
Head back to Kodi main menu, click on Addons and then click the Addons Browser (top left of screen) icon marked below.
On the next screen click on Install from Zip File, and in the popup window navigate to the folder where above file was downloaded (Downloader folder for Amazon Fire Stick users),and then select the zip file named slamious (where x.x.x can be any number like 999.999.6). Click repository.mic.zip.
Wait until you get a message on top right of screen which says Addon Installed.
Step 4 – Install Made in Canada IPTV Kodi Addon
Click on Install from Repository -> MiC Repository -> Video Add Ons. Scroll down the list and select Made in Canada IPTV, click on Install. Wait till you see a Add-on installed message
Wait for the download to complete, and once the addon is installed you will get a message saying Made in Canada IPTV Installed on top right.
That’s it peeps. Now you can enjoy Made in Canada IPTV from Addons -> Video Addons section of Kodi home screen.