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Watch via KODI (formerly XMBC)

This is just a quick overview on how to watch your GoTelly channels from your laptop or mobile device using KODI (formely XMBC) and connect to your laptop to your TV.

What is KODI:

KODI is a free and open source media player application

 

Watch on your laptop or Mobile Device:

•Connect your laptop or mobile device to your router/modem via Ethernet cable or WiFi (cable recommended for more stable connection).

•Open KODI

•Open Video add-ons.

•Find the NTV.MX video add-on.

•Sign in to your account (using your GoTelly log in and password) .

•Choose your channel and watch.

Connect to your TV - Diagram

Watch connecting you laptop to your TV:

•Connect your Ethernet cable to your modem/router.

•Connect your Ethernet cable to your laptop (can be also connected via WiFi but cable recommended for more stable quality).

•Connect your HDMI cable to your laptop

•Connect your HDMI cable to your TV (via HDMI port, as pictured, this may be on the rear or side of your TV).

•Open KODI

•Open Video add-ons.

•Find the NTV.MX video add-on.

•Sign in to your account (using your GoTelly log in and password) .

•Choose your channel and watch.

If you do not have the NTV.MX video add-on on your KODI this video will show you how.

 

Watch this 'How to add Mikey1234 Repository' Video:

 

•Mikey1234 repository - Click here to download zip file

•NTV plugin forum thread - Click here to download zip file

•Official KODI website - Click here to visit

 

Note: If you have a Set Top Box you can watch from your TV/laptop and TV/STB simultaneously (even when watching two different channels) as we allow two different connections under one account. You need to purchase a Mag STB package then you can watch the STB on one device and Web Browser or KODI on another device.

 

Disclaimer

We deliver all your TV channels  using standard  broadband internet connections. Like all internet connections, we are at the mercy of your local provider. We do try our very best to deliver a 24 hour 7 days a week service, in the highest possible quality, but we cannot be responsible for the open internet or its connections.