UPDATE SEPTEMBER 10:
Mr. Blamo, curator for the Blamo repository and developer for some of the best Kodi addons of 2018, has closed the Blamo Repo doors and pulled the repo offline. With the Blamo repo down, there will be no more updates to the great Neptune Rising, Placenta, Death Streams, Chappa'ai, Wraith, or Aragon Live addons.
Tweeting to his audience of 8677 followers a few hours ago, @Daddy_Blamo had this to say:
“Repo And Github Gone any Githubs saying blamo wont be me… as a Developer i’m done for good.”
This is truly a sad day for Kodi users worldwide. The Blamo Repo has been a mainstay of many thousands of Kodi users' entertainment centers over the past several months.
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Would you like to learn how to install Blamo Repo for Kodi? Do you think the Blamo repository has shut down? Take it from me, it’s alive and better than ever. Read on to take advantage of what is currently the single greatest collection of fully working addons available for Kodi today. Several of the most popular working third-party Kodi addons make their homes here, and you can enjoy them all within the hour.
This great collection of addons includes what is widely considered the best working Kodi addon available at this time, Neptune Rising. This fantastic addon keeps the great Genesis, Exodus, and Poseidon codebase alive and well with all the style and attention to detail that the developer Mr Blamo is well known for. You’ll find Neptune Rising alongside favorites Placenta, which uses the Covenant variant of the Genesis and Exodus code. Not to be outdone, Death Streams continues the late, great SALTS (Stream All The Sources) legacy. If you enjoy live TV streaming including sports events, you’re gonna want to check out Aragon Live. And, if you love cartoons and anime, you want the taste of Chocolate Salty Balls installed in your Kodi box. Try saying that out loud in a public place without laughing.
Is Blamo Repo Down?
With so many Kodi addons and repositories disappearing lately (Ares, Colossus, Smash, NaN, etc), you may have thought Blamo repo shut down. Did you get a Neptune Rising error and were told to check the log? Even if you encountered the dreaded “could not connect to repository” notice in Kodi, know that the reason you can’t access the popular Blamo repo is not that it is down or gone. Mr. Blamo simply moved his repository out of the Teverz domain and into his own. Keep reading for how to get it back.
Failed to Install a Dependency
NOTE: When updates take place to addons or scripts within a repository, there may be an occasion where the repo maintainer forgets to update the repository version number to let Kodi know about the updates. This can cause a Failed to install a dependency error if you try to install or update an addon that has received changes from within a repo you’ve had installed for a while. When this is the case, simply uninstall the repo in question, then install it once more to fix this error. You will then have the latest version of the repository even when the version number hasn’t changed.
Blamo Repo Install for Experienced Kodi Users
If you set up a Kodi system with third-party addons already, you may only need the new repository address. This will also help those that thought the Blamo repo shut down due to errors they received. You’ll find the Blamo repository has moved from the http://blamo.teverz.com/ address and is now located at the new http://repo.mrblamo.xyz/ URL. Enjoy!
Complete How to Install Blamo Repo Guide
If you have Kodi installed on an older device, you may need specific instructions for Kodi 16 Jarvis. Learn to easily install Blamo Repo for Kodi 17 Krypton and above or Kodi 16.1 Jarvis with the following two guides.
How To Install Blamo Repository For Kodi Krypton 17 Or Higher
Required Before Installing Repos in Kodi 17 Krypton
Since the release of Kodi 17 Krypton, you must enable unknown sources within Kodi before being allowed to install third-party addons. This includes Kodi plug-ins, repositories, wizards, and builds. Simply follow our quick Enable Unknown Sources guide then get back here.
Provide Kodi Blamo Repo Location
- Within Kodi 17 Krypton or Kodi 18 Leia, click the Settings icon above the main menu.
- Head into the File Manager directory.
- Select the Add Source option.
- Click on <NONE> to input a custom source location.
- Type http://repo.mrblamo.xyz/ and name it blamo, then check for typos and click OK.
Install Blamo Repository into Kodi
- Back on the Kodi home screen, click the Add-ons menu item.
- Click the Add-ons browser icon (AKA Package Manager) above the Kodi Add-ons menu.
- Choose to Install from zip file.
- Select the blamo item, then click OK.
- Click the repository.blamo-0.1.4.zip (numbers may have changed) to install it.
- A Blamo Repo Add-on enabled notice should quickly appear letting you know Blamo Repo has installed.
How To Install Blamo On Kodi 16 Jarvis Versions
If currently running Kodi on an older device, read on. All is not lost, as this repository and the addons contained in it work great on any modern Kodi version, including Jarvis 16. Start by following the Krypton section to add the Blamo Repo source.
- Once you provide Kodi with the Blamo repository source location, navigate to System >> Settings >> Add-ons.
- Choose Install from zip file.
- Select the Blamo repo source installed earlier.
- Click on the repository.blamo-0.1.4.zip file (numbers may have changed) then click OK.
- Once the add-on enabled notification appears, it’s time to install some fantastic Kodi addons.
Install Kodi Addons from Blamo Repository
Any time you want to install one of the most popular addons available, go to Add-ons >> Package Manager >> Install from repository and select Blamo Repo. Look in the Video Add-ons directory for many of the best Kodi addons available. You’ll find what is maybe the best Kodi addon available right now, Neptune Rising. Try it out and tell us what you think in the comments.
You’ll also see the great addons Placenta, Aragon Live, Death Streams, and even The Knob if you desire a bit of over 18 entertainment. Never again go without; enjoy all the entertainment you crave, but be sure to do so invisibly.