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How to Install IPTV NZ Addon on Kodi

The post will tell you about the necessary steps to install the IPTV NZ addon on Kodi 20 Nexus. Here, we will install it using Windows, but it will also support Firestick, Android, iOS, Chromecast, Roku, MacOS, Linux, Raspberry Pi, PCs, smartphones, and tablets.

IPTV NZ (New Zealand) is among the top live TV Kodi addons from the SlyGuy repository. It provides a wide range of live TV channels like Sky Open, Te Reo, Duke, Three, Bravo, Eden, and HGTV from different countries and regions.

In addition, the addon contains very simple and attractive features that help you search for your desired streaming shows quickly. Moreover, some of its popular alternatives are NZ Filma, Nebula, NEON, Optus Sport, HBO Max, Minno Kids, etc.

Installation Steps

Enable Unknown Sources

Start the Kodi app on Windows and click on the left-side tab, Settings.

Choose Kodi Settings

Here, choose the System icon from the last corner of the page.

Tap on System icon

Now, choose the last-second option, Add-ons, from the left of the screen.

Put the cursor on Add-ons

After that, enable the Unknown sources tab.

Turn on Unknown sources mode

As you enable it, the page asks you to allow the installation of unknown sources on your device. Here, hit the Yes button and proceed further.

Hit the Yes key

In this step, the unknown source button was enabled successfully.

Unknown sources enabled

Add Media Source and Repository URL

Go back to the System window and choose the first icon, File manager.

Click on File manager

Now, choose the Add source option to add a media source for the addon.

Add source for SlyGuy repository

Click on the <None> tab listed inside the Add file source window.

Select None

A black screen appears where you need to enter the path for the media location.

Here, you have to enter media path

Write the media location path here as http://k.slyguy.xyz and hit the OK sign.

Type SlyGuy repo URL

After entering the URL, go ahead with the media source name text box.

Click on the source name text box

Give the media source name according to the Slyguy repository, i.e., slyguy, and hit the OK button.

Enter source name slyguy

Check all the entries, like media location and name, and click on the OK toggle to save them.

Hit the OK button

On the File manager window, your slyguy source is saved successfully.

slyguy source added successfully

Install from Zip File

After adding the media source, return to the Kodi System page again and tap on the Add-ons sign.

Choose the Add-ons tab

Here, single-click on the Install from zip file option.

Select Install from zip file

Choose the slyguy media source.

Choose slyguy source

Next, select the repository.slyguy.zip file.

Click on slyguy repo zip file

Wait for some time until the notification of the SlyGuy Repository Add-on installed appears on the screen.

Wait for the SlyGuy repo installation

Install from Repository

Choose the third tab, Install from repository.

Hit Install from repository tab

Now, scroll down the cursor and select SlyGuy Repository.

Click on SlyGuy repository

Install IPTV NZ Addon

Click on the Video add-ons option from here.

Open Video add-ons

Tap on the IPTV NZ addon.

Select IPTV NZ addon

Press the last key, Install.

Click on Install button

Wait for the installation message IPTV NZ Add-on installed on the Add-ons page.

Wait for IPTV NZ addon installation

How to Use IPTV NZ Addon

Let’s know how to use the IPTV NZ addon on Kodi.

After installing it successfully, click on the IPTV NZ addon.

Choose IPTV NZ addon

Choose the Open tab.

Select the Open button

Click OK and move ahead.

Tap on the OK sign

The IPTV NZ dashboard screen appears with a list of different sections. Here, I select Live TV.

Choose Live TV

Now, choose your desired live TV channel and start watching the shows.

Select your favorite IPTV Live channel

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