In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Kodi Media Center for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch on iOS 11, iOS 10/iOS 10.3.3 without jailbreak and computer. This method works to set up Kodi Media Center on iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone, SE, iPod Touch (6th-gen), iPad Air, iPad Pro, iPad Mini devices running on iOS 11, iOS 10 and iOS 9 firmware.
Kodi is currently the best source of media streaming on different platforms. It allows you to watch local and international content free via its various add-ons and plugins. It is available on Windows PC, Mac, Android, and iOS platform. Normally a jailbroken iOS device would be required to install Kodi application. However, it is possible to install the media center tool on an iOS device without jailbreak by using a developer certificate.
We would like to bring this into your attention that his method of installing Kodi is not guaranteed to work 100% on all devices because its installation requires a developer certificate, which can be revoked by Apple at any time. If that happens, the app will start to crash unexpectedly, and you may not be able to get the full out of it. Usually this requires a fix from developer’s side, so you need to wait for the patched version to be released by its creators. We are going to use a reliable content source name AppValley to download the app’s certificate.
Requirements & Notes:
- No Jailbreak required.
- No computer required.
- Kodi is available in several versions such as Kodi JARVIS, Jodi KRYPTON, Kodi LEGACY, Kodi XBMC, Kodi Media Center, etc. But only one can be downloaded at a time.
- This app is signed but can be revoked by Apple at any time. In that case, it might crash. To fix this, re-download the app and follow the method below again to install it properly or try again in a few days time.
Steps To Install Kodi Media Center on iOS 11, iOS 10, iOS 10.3.3 Without Computer & Jailbreak
1 – On your iOS device, open Safari browser and visit this link.
2 – Tap on the Install AppValley button in the middle of the page.
3 – This will bring up a prompt asking you to install the ApplValley application on your device. Tap on the Install button to begin the installation process.
4 – Wait for the app to install but do not run it yet because it won’t work anyway due to an untrusted enterprise developer error. To fix this, go to the Settings app and head over the to General > Device Management.
5 – Tap on the menus until you get to the page containing AppValley profile. Tap Trust button and then tap Trust again on the next prompt to allow the app from this developer to run on your device.
6 – Now, close the settings app and go to the home screen to open the AppValley app.
7 – Within the app, tap on the Library button at the bottom.
8 – You will get the option to view tweaked apps. Make sure that once the page loads you are in the Tweaked Apps tab at the top of the screen.
9 – Here, you will see all the applications which are available to be downloaded. Locate the app named Kodi. There might be several versions of it available. Select the one you want to install, and tap on it to open the install page.
10 – On the install page, tap the Get button. Tap on Install in the next pop-up asking you to confirm your decision.
11 – Wait for the app to install. Once done, it might not open due to untrusted developer error (if it does open, skip this step). To fix this issue, open the Settings app and go to General > Device Management and tap on the menus until you get to the profile page of the Kodi app. Now tap Trust twice to allow the application to run on your device.
12 – That’s all.
You should now be able to run and use the Kodi app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. If not, then see another guide here to install Kodi on iOS without jailbreak with a different method to see if that works on your device.