If you had mistakenly deleted your Kodi software from your android box and are now facing a severe problem of restoring it and recording your lost data and files, we are here to help you out with this article.
What is Kodi?
Kodi is a free and open-source media playing software found on the Kodi Foundation, a non-profit technology consortium. It is used for streaming and storing data and files from your device. It is made to work with your android MXQ box to provide a great viewing experience and enhance the quality of the content that you stream and watch over your television. It comes with its user interface and can run on both local and public network servers. You just need to install third-party addons to upgrade your experience with this media software application.
How to Recover KODI?
Now when you know what Kodi is and what it is used for, let’s look into resolving your problem of restoring Kodi. Given, below are the steps to do so:
Steps to reinstall Kodi
Note: Though the android interface may be different for different devices, the process is the same for all.
- On your android Mxq box, go to the apps or My Application.
- Next, check if the DBMC or Kodi application is there or not.
- If it’s not there, we have to reinstall it.
- Next, go to the Home screen or main screen and navigate to settings.
- Then click on others from More settings.
- Next, go to applications.
- On the left side, select on local and then go into Device.
- Over there, you will see many folders, and on the right-hand side, select system folders.
- There will be many folders selected for reinstalling the folder (The reinstall folder name can be different from previous firmware versions, but the path will be the same).
- You will see a list of Apps that will come with a preinstalled software on the Android box.
- They look for DBMC and click on it, and after the pop-up window appears, click on it install it.
- If a security warning pops up, click on Settings and put a check sign on Unknown the Sources.
- Next, you will notice that the tick check sign has appeared on the right-hand side of the Unknown Sources.
- Once that is done again, go back to the Home screen and then go to my Apps.
- Go to ES File Explorer and then select DBMC and press OK to Install It.
- After it is installed, click on Done.
Now return to the Home screen and click on My Apps, and you will see DBMC will be back in there.
After all the steps are done correctly, the Kodi software will be reinstalled and used as before.