Sometimes, you need to find out which version of Kodi you have installed. That may be because you have forgotten or you have obtained a device that already has the program. If you are an average user, you may not know where to find this information. In this guide, we will tell you how to check your current version of Kodi.
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How to Check your Current Version of Kodi
- Begin by opening Kodi.
- On the left side of the screen, click on the Settings icon (it’s the one that looks like a gear).
- Next, several rows of options to choose from. Choose the one that says System Information.
- Under the Summary heading, you’ll see your device info.
- Below the line, look for Version Info.
- Where it says Build, you will see your current version information.
And that is all you need to be able to answer what version of Kodi you are running. Our information shows as being Krypton (17.3), but that can vary depending on yours. You’ll want to make sure if you install a build or additional add-on that it is compatible. Otherwise, it may not work. It is not uncommon for different versions to have different features, or to be missing some. If you run LibreELEC, not everything is where it is supposed to be. You may need to add some features to get everything to work.
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.