If you have ever installed a build, you may have noticed that some of the add-ons can fail. That occurs because the build may be older and a repository may have the wrong address. With all of the movement in the community, there are many add-ons that are no longer where they should be. In this guide, we will show you how to remove and uninstall these unwanted add-ons that are cluttering your install.
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How to Uninstall a Repository for Kodi Krypton (v17.x)
- Begin by opening Kodi.
- On the left side of the screen, click on the icon of the open box.
- Next, you’ll see 5 options. Choose the one that says Install from Repository.
- Now, you should see all of the repositories that you have installed. Find the one you want.
- Right-click or pull up the Information for the repository.
- Select Uninstall, and then Yes if you are sure you want to proceed.
After doing so, you should notice that the repository is now gone from your list. No matter the reason you have for getting rid of a repository, those are the steps you need to follow to uninstall or remove them. That will help you free up space and memory on your limited resource device, or help improve the performance of your normal machine. Though we are using the Krypton version, these steps are easily adapted to other Kodi versions.
Even though the turmoil in the community is starting to settle down, this technique will still help you. If you find this guide helpful, please feel free to share it with your friends to help them as well.