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MORIA Kodi Omega Addon: Installation Guide & FAQs

In this post, we will explain the necessary steps to install MORIA addon on Kodi. These installation steps also remain the same for other Kodi-related devices like Google Chromecast, Amazon Firestick, Apple TV, Raspberry Pi, iOS, Android TV Boxes, and Smart TV.

MORIA is a lightweight Kodi addon that enables you to stream various kinds of series, movies, TV shows, and documentaries. In addition, the addon is available on the well-known Crew Repository.

On this repository, you can also look for other top add-ons, including Genocide, Home Base 19, Homelander, and Chains Reaction Lite. Furthermore, the add-on has a friendly interface that helps to to stream content easily.

Installation Steps

Following are the steps to install MORIA addon on Kodi:

Enable Unknown Sources

Launch the Kodi Home page and choose the Settings tab.

Click on Kodi Settings

Now, click on the System icon from the available list.

Tap on the System icon

Put the cursor on the Add-ons tab and enable the Unknown sources toggle.

Turn on Unknown sources sign

Hit the Yes key shown in the warning box.

Hit Yes button

Add Media Source and Repository URL

Go to the previous Kodi Settings page, and this time hit the File manager sign.

Click on File manager

Thereafter, select the Add source tab.

Add source for The Crew Repo

Now, hit the <None> text that appears in the Add file source window.

Choose None

As you click on it, it will show the Enter Media Path page.

Enter media path screen appears

Type here the media URL, https://team-crew.github.io/, and tap the OK button.

Type The Crew Repo URL

Thereafter, scroll down and tap on the enter media source label text.

Tap on media source text box

Here, write the media source name crew and hit the OK key.

Give source name crew

Check the Crew repo URL and given source name, and click on the OK toggle.

Tap the OK key

On the File manager page, the crew source was saved successfully.

crew source added successfully

Install from Zip File

Go back to the System page and tap on the Add-ons icon.

Open Add-ons

Here, choose the last second tab, Install from zip file.

Click on Install from zip file

Select the saved media source, crew.

Choose crew source

Tap on the repository.thecrew-x.x.x.zip file.

Hit The Crew repo zip file

Wait for The Crew Repo Add-on installation message to display on the Add-on browser page.

Wait for The Crew Repo Addon installation

Install from Repository

In this step, go to the Install from repository option.

Hit Install from repository tab

Choose the third option, The Crew Repo.

Click on The Crew Repo

Install MORIA Addon

Click on the Video add-ons.

Choose Video add-ons

Here, choose the MORIA addon.

Select MORIA addon

Press the Install button.

Tap on Install

Hit the OK button shown in the pop-up box.

Hit OK

Wait for some time until you see the MORIA Add-on installed notification on the page.

Wait for MORIA addon installation

Launch MORIA Addon

Click on the recently installed MORIA addon.

Choose MORIA addon

Choose the Open icon.

Click on Open button

Select your desired category and stream the content.

MORIA addon dashboard appears

Why does MORIA keep saying there is no stream available?

Generally, you will find the no stream available error in MORIA due to an outdated addon version. At that time, make sure that your addon is properly installed on your device.

How do I fix no stream available on MORIA?

There are various ways to fix the no stream available error on MORIA:

  • Change the Timeout Settings
  • Clear the Clutter
  • Search for a different title
  • Use the best quality VPN
  • Ensure That the Addon you are Using is Not Abandoned
  • Update the MORIA Version

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