Miss Phoenix Add-on....No worries just install Bennu (the New Phoenix Add-on)

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Back by popular demand...Phoenix addon has been re-birthed as BENNU!  Here is a quick blog on installing the Bennu Add-on (previously Phoenix Add-on) in KODI 16 & 17 using PULSE Build. The Pulse build has been consistent in performance for close to two years; as a result, we have continued to use the Pulse build and have encouraged all of our customers to do the same. This blog will provide guidance on adding the Bennu Add-on to KODI using the Colossus Repository. Follow along and you should have Bennu configured in 10 minutes.

You can also follow step-by-step instructions below.

Open KODI. Next, select system and go to File Manager.


Select 'Add Source'


Click '<None>' and type the http address that contains the install file.


Type this address to access Colossus Repository: http://tinyurl.com/colossusrepo

(http://mediarepos.net/tco is no longer available; therefore use http://tinyurl.com/colossusrepo in place of it.)


Click 'Done' and then click 'OK'


Return to the Kodi home screen and select 'System.'


Select 'Add-ons'


Select 'Install from zip file'


Select the file source you added, which is 'colossusrepo'


Select 'Repo_colossus' and wait for it to install the files. It takes about 1 to 3 minutes before you get the notice that the Colossus Repository Add-on has been enabled.


Now that the Colossus Repository Add-on has been enabled, you will select 'Install from Repository.'


Now, scroll down the list of repositories until you arrive at 'Colossus Repository.' Select 'Colossus Repository.'


Select 'Video add-ons'


Scroll down the list of add-ons and select 'Bennu'


Now, select 'Install' to install Bennu Add-on. After one minute, it should complete install. You can start using it to watch movies and tv episodes.


Now, return to the KODI home screen, and select 'Video Add-ons' to begin watching Bennu content.


Locate the 'Bennu' Add-on to begin using it. Happy streaming my friend.


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