As you may know by now, sometimes repositories in Kodi can disappear. That can happen because it has moved, or even shut down. If you have ever installed an older version of a build, you know that some of the repos may be missing. Luckily, the folks at Kodi make it really easy to remove a repository. In this guide, we will show you how to uninstall or remove an unneeded repository.
How to Remove or Uninstall a Repository
This process is easy, if you know know where to go. We’ll walk you through the steps by using the Krypton Version.
- Begin by opening Kodi.
- On the left side of the screen, you should see the icon of an opened box.
- When you see the five options listed, you’ll want to choose Install from repository.
- Now, you will see the repositories you have installed. Look for the one you want to remove.
- Right click (or select) on the one you want to remove and choose information.
- On the right side of the screen, you will see an icon that says Uninstall.
- When you are asked if you are sure, click Yes.
- The screen will flash and if you check the repositories list, you will notice it is gone.
In summary, uninstalling or removing a repository can be easy to do. You just need to know the steps you need to take. Though some of the volatility is starting to settle, you may need or want to uninstall a repository. Whether it is no longer valid, or you just want to get rid of it, the steps are easy enough to follow no matter what version of Kodi you are using.