The ever popular Phoenix addon has been reborn as the Bennu Kodi addon, a new playlist addon for your Kodi setup.
After going offline at the beginning of May, Phoenix has been reborn with the brand new Bennu Kodi addon.
For those who don’t know, Phoenix was a very popular playlist Kodi addon. A playlist addon has content contributed to it by one or more playlisters, who each keep track of their own playlists worth of content. Like Phoenix, the Bennu addon has an impressive list of playlisters from the Kodi community:
- Dr. Stream
- Ra Live Streams
In addition to the playlist sections, Bennu also has an overall TV show and movies section for new releases. Each playlister has their own niche worth of content, from movie and TV specialty sections, documentaries, music, live TV, and more.
How to Install Bennu on Kodi 17.3
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 – Add Colossus Repository Path
Head back to Kodi main menu, and then go to Settings -> File Manager -> Add Source. Click on None and enter new repository with details as mentioned below.
Colossus Kodi Repository – http://tinyurl.com/colossusrepo (name it colossusrepo) or http://mediarepos.net/tco
Step 3 – Install Bennu Kodi Addon Repository Zip
Head back to Kodi main menu, click on Addons and then click the Addons Browser (top left of screen) icon marked below.
Step 4 – Install Bennu Kodi Addon
Click on Install from Repository -> Colossus Repository -> Video Add Ons. Scroll down the list and select Bennu, click on Install. If a popup window shows up select the one from Colossal repository.
Wait for the download to complete, and once the addon is installed you will get a message saying Bennu Addon Installed on top right.
Step 5 – Reboot Kodi
Make sure to reboot Kodi, All the video addons you install, including Bennu, will appear here.