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Griffin Repository: Reviews & Installation Guide & Latest Working URL

Author by Oswald

Update on Aug 20, 2020

Griffin repository is the home of FinalGear, Joshua and Uranus addon. Are you looking for the installation of any of those three? In the following article, you’ll learn from the detailed guide about Griffin repo and how to install the latest working Griffin repository on Kodi in 2020.

I’ll demonstrate the installation on Kodi Leia 18.9, this installation guide applies to all compatible devices including Amazon Firestick, Fire TV, Android & IOS, Mac, Android TV, Android Boxes, etc.

Part 1. What is Kodi?

Kodi is a free and open-source media player software application developed by the XBMC Foundation. Kodi features a sleek option buttons layout, easy to navigate GUI (Graphical User Interface), wide scope of video format supported, and smooth video playback performance and the specialty in serving as a media library for Kodi users to manage their media collection. The best part of Kodi is that the numerous versatile Kodi addons that capture online media streams, to provide users with gorgeous audiovisual content without cost.

What are Kodi Addons? Why Do I Need Addons for Kodi?

For those who don’t know, the official Kodi version doesn’t provide any content whatsoever. Unofficial Kodi versions, however, are not recommended to use since they might bring you malware and other risks. To explore the full potential of Kodi on the official version, installing addons for Kodi is an essential process. Kodi addons will pull media resources from network streams to create a free connection between Kodi and online media resources, thus we Kodi users get to enjoy free movies, live TV, live sports, TV shows, etc. without cost.

What are Kodi Repositories?

Kodi repositories, Kodi repos in abbreviation, are containers like addon bundles that contain a set of filtered addons. By installing a Kodi repository instead of individual Addons, the Addons are automatically updated when a new version is released. Kodi repositories come in the form of ZIP files or a source URL, and adding addons to Kodi is often based on the repo’s installation.

Part 2. What is Griffin Repository

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FinalGear, one of the best addons for motoring fans; Joshua, a popular movies & TV shows addon; and Uranus, a fork of the renowned Neptune Rising addon; these three practical and working addons are now housed in Griffin repository, and not many other places to be found. To access these three, installing Griffin is the best choice.

To level with you, however, given that Griffin repository doesn’t provide many exciting contents other than that, I suggest not choose it as your major repository. Here are some great recommendations: Cy4root Repo | Blamo Repo Reborn | Ghost Repo

Repository Info

Repo name: Griffin Repo

The latest working source URL: http://blastar.in/kodi/

Media source naming: blastar

Major addons within:

· Addon repository: Griffin Repo, jsergio repo, universalscraper-repository

· Video addons: Adult Swim, Bones Brigade, Cartoon Network, f4mTester, FinalGear, Griffs Docs, Joshua, Uranus.

· Music addons: Joshua

· Program addons: Uranus Artwork

Disclaimer: This guide is for educational purposes only and should only be used to stream movies or TV shows under the public domain. WonderFox is in no way collaborated, affiliated with or hosting any Kodi add-ons, repositories or builds. We do not endorse or advocate copyright infringement, the end-user should be responsible for any content accessed via the services or apps referenced on this post.

Part 3. Step-by-step Guide on How to Install Griffin Repository on Kodi

Before starting,

· For new users, install Kodi on your device to get started.

· Since Kodi prohibits the installation of third-party addons/repos by default for security issues, we need to set Kodi to allow installation from unknown sources to go on.

· Update Kodi to the latest version to avoid potential issues. The latest version of Kodi as of this writing is Leia 18.6.

Step 1. Launch Kodi. Click on the cog icon from the upper side of the left panel to enter System.

Click on cog icon

Step 2. Click on File manager from System page.

Click on File manager

Step 3. Double click on Add source from the left column.

Double click on Add source

Step 4. Double click on <None> from the box in the middle.

Click on None from the box in the middle

Step 5. In the pop-up box, copy & paste or type in exactly http://blastar.in/kodi/ to the media location box, and hit OK button from the lower-right side.

Enter the path of media location

Step 6. Define a name for the media source we just added as blastar. Make sure all characters of the source name are lower-cases, or you might encounter a problem connecting to internet server later during installation. Then click OK underneath.

Name the media source blastar

Step 7. Then get back to the main menu. Click on Add-ons from the left panel.

Click on Add-ons from the left panel

Step 8. Click on the box icon from the upper side of the left panel.

Click on the box icon

Step 9. Click Install from zip file.

Click Install from zip file

Step 10. Click on the media source blastar we just added to Kodi.

Click on the source blastar

Step 11. Click on repository.griffin-x.x.x.zip file within, x.x.x stands for the repo version.

Click on the zip file within

Step 12. Wait until you can see a message shows up on the upper-right side saying: Griffin Repo Add-on installed. That’s it! Now you can explore Griffin repository. And by clicking on Install from repository from the current interface > Griffin Repo, you can install the addons within.

Griffin Repo addon installed

Part 4. Step-by-step Guide on How to Install Addons on Kodi from Griffin Repository

Step 1. Click on Install from repository from Add-on browser directory (as the snapshot above).

Click on Install from repository

Step 2. Click on Griffin Repo.

Click on Griffin Repo

Step 3. Go to the category as per the addon type you want. Here I’ll take installing Bones Brigade from Video add-ons as an instance. Bones Brigade is a skateboarding addon by Griffin bringing old skool and latest skateboarding movies and TV shows. Click on Video add-ons.

Go to a category as per need

Step 4. Click on Bones Brigade.

Click on Bones Brigade

Step 5. Click on Install from the lower-right side.

Click on Install from the lower-right side

Step 6. Click OK to install essential dependencies

Click OK to install essential dependencies

Step 7. Wait until you can see a message saying Bones Brigade addon installed pops up on the upper-right side. From now on, you can find the installed Bones Brigade addon from Add-ons > Video add-ons.

The addon from Griffin installed

Wrap-up.

I hope you have successfully installed everything, since we are here, enjoy your Griffin! If you have further questions or better ideas on Griffin repository, feel free to reach me by clicking on my name from the top of the page, right next to my avatar. Have a good one.

Additional Readings: Common Kodi FAQs

· Can't understand the language of Kodi interface, or prefer another language instead of the default English?

Here you can learn how to change language in Kodi so that you can understand.

· I have some private media folders and add-ons that I don't want to be accessible by others, is there any way that I can encrypt Kodi?

Yes, here you can learn how to set a password for Kodi to protect your privacy.

· What is the best maintenance addon on Kodi and how to install it?

Ares wizard is our highly recommended tool for Kodi maintenance, backup, tweaks. And it's perfectly working right now. Here you can learn how to install Ares Wizard for Kodi maintenance.

· My Kodi buffers a LOT during video playback, any fixes?

If there's nothing wrong with your network connection and bandwidth, and you're in no reason to be throttled by your Internet service provider, then Kodi buffering can very likely be boiled down to heavy cache. For smooth viewing enjoyment, learn how to clear Kodi cache in the simplest way.

· I received a message saying: “Couldn't retrieve directory information. This could be due to the network not being connected. Would you like to add it anyway?” when adding media source to Kodi, what gives?

The cause of that issue varies, here you can learn about some possible fix for “Kodi unable to connect” error.

· Some of my Kodi addons are not working, how to remove them to free up my storage space?

The original repository or media source of installed addons will get blocked or shut down - happens all the time. To slim your Kodi, you should learn how to remove unnecessary and invalid addons.

· I once lost everything in my Kodi, don't want that happen again, any suggestion?

During the use of Kodi, we will inevitably run into a system crash or hardware failure and need to reinstall the system or Kodi. To avoid the loss of previously installed Kodi add-ons, customized settings and configuration, here's a great post for you to learn how to backup and restore Kodi.

· I've found a great addon on Github but I don't have its media source URL, how can I install it on Kodi from Github directly?

There's a practical addon called Git Browser that was developed for that, learn how to install Git Browser on Kodi.

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