One of the most popular add-on used for Kodi is Exodus Redux. It is a better version of the older Exodus add-on which includes all the features of the original one plus many more. As good as it sounds, but the sad truth is that the Exodus Redux still has some drawbacks and creates issues while working. The Exodus Redux not working seems to trouble the users more than often thus making their streaming experience bitter. But, this problem can be fixed easily by them given that they know the basic troubleshooting remedies. This article provides different ways to fix the not working of Exodus Redux Kodi add-on.

Common ways to fix Exodus Redux not working

Issues with the Exodus Redux add-on can create issues with Kodi thus causing troubles in streaming and watching videos. Exodus Redux not working is actually a very common problem and there are numerous ways in which one can fix it. Some popular troubleshooting methods to resolve the Exodus Redux not responding are discussed below.

Reinstalling the Exodus Redux add-on in Kodi

The most basic fix of the Exodus Redux stopped working is to reinstall this add-on in your Kodi. You simply need to uninstall if first and then install it like a new add-on. The steps for complete Exodus reinstallation are provided below.

Uninstall Exodus on Windows

Follow these simple steps to uninstall Exodus from your Windows device:

  • Open Kodi and from the left menu select Add-ons.
  • In the upper left corner you will find the package icon. Click on it.
  • Tap My add-ons option and then click on Video Add-ons.
  • Select Exodus and click Uninstall at the bottom right corner.
  • Click on Yes button to begin the un-installation.

Reinstall Exodus on Windows

Once the uninstalling of Exodus is done completely, follow the instructions given here to reinstall it.

  • First of all, enable unknown sources on Kodi.
  • Go to Kodi settings and select File Manager.
  • Double-click the Add Source option available on the left side of the screen.
  • When a pop-up appears, click on ‘<None>’ and enter the URL https://i-a-c.github.io.
  • Click on ok button to input the address.
  • Provide name for the new source as ‘IAC’ and click on ok button again.
  • Return to home screen of Kodi and again tap on Add-ons option.
  • From the top-left corner select the Package Installer icon and tap on the Install from ZIP file option.
  • Scroll to go to IAC > repository.exodusredux-x.x.x.zip and click on this file to install the corresponding repository.
  • Select Install from Repository and go to Exodus Redux Repo.
  • Click on Video Add-ons and then on Exodus Redux.
  • Tap the Install button to begin the installation process. Once the installation completes, you will receive an Exodus Redux is installed message.

Fix Exodus Redux working slow

In case Exodus Redux is slow and is creating issues in streaming videos, you can fix it by disabling certain content sources. The steps for the same have been explained below. Before starting, make sure that you are using the latest version of Exodus Redux. If the given solution does not work for you, you can try using a VPN to fix the Exodus Redux not responding.

  • Open Exodus Redux and go to Tools > Settings.
  • On the left side of the screen, you can see the Providers option. Click on it.
  • Tap on the Open Scrapers Settings option.
  • Now, select ‘Hosters’ from the left menu and disable the source IWAATCH.
  • Again, select ‘Torrent (cached)’ on the left and disable the provider SKYTORRENTS.

Update the Exodus Redux Add-on

Sometimes, simply updating the Exodus Redux can help solve the Exodus Redux slowworking issue. Although it might be updated automatically, but in case this does not happen, you can always perform manual updates. Check out the steps for the update below here.

  • Open Kodi and go to the Add-ons section.
  • Go to the Video Add-ons and find and right-click on the Exodus Redux.
  • From the menu, select the Information tab.
  • Now click on the Update button to begin the installation.

Change your stream time

Sometimes the Exodus Redux becomes unresponsive and apparently causes slow streaming of the videos. This can be due to streaming time being too short for Exodus to search. To fix this, you can set up a suitable time for Exodus manually. The steps for this are given below:

  • Open Kodi and go to the Add-ons section.
  • Select My add-ons and under Video add-ons, click on Exodus.
  • Tap the Tools option and then click on the General tab.
  • Now using the slider, change the Providers Timeout to 20-35 seconds.
  • Click on the OK button to set the timing.

Clear cache & providers from Exodus Redux

Adding up of cache and providers can also cause the Exodus Redux not working issue. Clearing this can help fix the problem and the steps for it are given below.

  • Open Kodi and go to the Add-ons section.
  • Select My add-ons and under Video add-ons, click on Exodus.
  • Tap the Tools option and then click on Clear Providers.
  • Select the Yes button to confirm.
  • Click Clear Cache and then again on the Yes button.