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