April 8, 2022
One of the best things about Nvidia's Shield TV media streamers is that they run on Android TV. That gives you plenty of options when it comes to installing apps - and you guessed it, Kodi is one of those. We're sure you can't wait to get your hands on this home theater software, so let's talk about how to install Kodi on an Nvidia Shield TV.
As you're about to see, getting started with Kodi is incredibly simple. Even first-time users will feel right at home as soon as they open the app. However, if you're a complete beginner, here's our guide to learning the basics of Kodi. And now, let's jump right in.
Kodi 19 ‘Matrix’ is the latest available major version of the application (Kodi 19.1, Kodi 19.2, Kodi 19.3, and Kodi 19.4 were also released). Still, if you haven’t updated Kodi yet, know that the latest version breaks compatibility with a large number of add-ons.
You’ll need to wait for third-party developers to make their add-ons compatible with Kodi 19, which could take a while. We’ve seen some progress when it comes to add-ons from Kodi’s official repository. However, the situation is still very problematic for add-ons that come from outside Kodi’s repository.
Your Nvidia Shield TV comes with Google's Play Store, which we'll use to install Kodi. Here are the steps you need to take.
Once you install Kodi on your Nvidia Shield TV, you'll want to add your media content, install add-ons, and plenty more. So, we've prepared hands-on guides that you'll surely find to be useful. Take a look just below.
With that said, we conclude our guide on setting up Kodi on Nvidia's Shield TV. If you have any questions for us, make sure to use the comments section below. Thanks for reading!