Firecat is a brand new Kodi Add-on from Ukodi1 Repository. It has sections for Movies, TV shows, Kids Box sets, Live TV, Settings and Search.
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Steps to Install Firecat Kodi Add-on with Screenshots
Step 1) From home screen go to Settings
Step 2) Click File Manager
Step 3) Click Add Source
Step 4) Click None
Step 5) Enter the following address: http://ukodi1.com/Repo/
Step 6) Name it ukodi1
Step 7) The boxes should match the picture below
Step 8) Go back to Home screen and click add-ons
Step 9) Click the add-on browser from the top left
Step 10) Click Install from zip file
Step 11) A box will open click ukodi1
Step 12) Click repository.ukodi126.96.36.199.zip
Step 13) Wait for the top right to popup Ukodi1 Repository Installed
Step 14) Click Install from Repository
Step 15) Click Ukodi1 Repository
Step 16) Click Video Add-ons
Step 17) Click firecat
Step 18) Click Install
Manual Download and Install
The above method is the most common way to install an addon, but if it does not work for you it can also be manually downloaded and installed.
Basically the file is downloaded and installed from internal storage.
Where the file is stored after downloading depends on the hardware being used.
For Android TV box users it will be located in Download.
Windows users will need to copy the file from the Download Folder to the C: Drive. Kodi can not see the Desktop on a Windows PC.
Step 1. Open a Browser and go to http://ukodi1.com/Repo/
Step 2. Click on and download repository.ukodi188.8.131.52.zip
Step 3. Open Kodi and go to Install From Zip File
Step 4. Go to the local storage location. For example here a PC is being used and it has been copied to the C: Drive.
Step 5. Click repository.ukodi1.zip and the Repo will install.
Follow from step 13 above to finish the install.