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How to Install IPTV AU Addon on Kodi

In this guide, we will teach you how to install IPTV AU addon on Kodi. The installation process easily works on Nvidia Shield, Amazon Firestick, Google Chromecast, Mecool Boxes, Android TV Box, Apple TV, Samsung TV, Raspberry Pi, etc.

According to the name, IPTV AU is the Australian IPTV channel that is located on the popular SlyGuy repository. Here, you can stream different live TV channels like ABC TV, 9Life, 9Rush, SBS, 9Gem, ABC ME, ABC Kids, ABC TV Plus, etc.

Also, the addon allows you to change the region of the channel to Adelaide, Brisbane, Darwin, or Sydney through settings. Furthermore, some top alternatives to the addon are HBO Max, Hulu, NEON, Kayo Sports, HGTV Go, and Fox Sports.

Installation Steps

There are various steps to install the IPTV AU addon on Kodi, which are as shown below:

Enable Unknown Sources

Select the middle icon, Settings, from the Kodi main page.

Choose Settings tab

On this page, you can see a list of different icons; click on the System icon from here.

Click on System icon

Now, put the cursor on the left-side Add-ons tab.

Hit the Add-ons option

It shows two different sliding buttons Show notifications and Unknown sources. Here, turn on the Unknown sources slider button and go ahead.

Enable Unknown sources key

Press the Yes key that appears in the warning popup.

Choose Yes

Press the ESC key to go back to the System Settings window.

Go back to System page

Add Media Source and Repository URL

Click on the File manager tab from the group of icons.

Open File manager

Select the Add source option and press enter.

Add source for SlyGuy repo

Tap on <None> to enter a new source for the media source.

Hit None

A blank page appears with the text Enter the paths or browse for the media locations.

Here, you have to enter media path

Enter the media location path as http://k.slyguy.xyz and press the OK sign.

Enter SlyGuy repo URL

Go to the below section and tap on the media source text box.

Tap on source name label text

Here, type the media source name, slyguy, and select the OK sign.

Write source name slyguy

Carefully check the SlyGuy repo URL and source name, and click on the OK toggle.

Click on the OK button

You can see the added source file slyguy on the File manager page.

slyguy source added on File manager page

Install from Zip File

Again, return to the System screen, and this time put the cursor on the Add-ons tab.

Tap on Add-ons icon

Select the last second option, Install from zip file.

Choose Install from zip file

Scroll down and choose the recently added source, slyguy.

Click on slyguy source

Now, hit the repository.slyguy.zip file and press enter.

Select the SlyGuy repo zip file

Wait for the installation notification; the SlyGuy Repository Add-on installed.

Wait for SlyGuy repo installation message

Install from Repository

After that, choose Install from repository tab.

Choose Install from repository

Here, tap on the SlyGuy Repository available just after the Kodi Add-on repository.

Select SlyGuy repository

Install IPTV AU Addon

Click on the last option, Video add-ons.

Click on Video addons

Now, click on the IPTV AU addon.

Select IPTV AU addon

Click Install to proceed with the installation step.

Press the Install key

Hit OK to agree with the popup window text.

Hit OK

Wait until you see the notification that the IPTV AU Add-on installed on the screen.

Wait for IPTV AU addon installation

Launch IPTV AU Addon

The IPTV AU addon was installed successfully; select it to open.

Again, click on IPTV AU addon

Click on the Open button.

Select the Open sign

Choose the Live TV option from the IPTV AU home screen.

Tap on Live TV option

The page contains lots of live TV channels to choose from.

Choose your favorite streaming channel

Final Words

I hope the guide taught the basic steps to install IPTV AU addon on Kodi as well as other supported devices. So, move forward with the installation steps one by one, using the screenshot, and drop your views in the below section box.

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