Its seems as if over the past month or so Kodi addons for IPTV are beginning to die off and become more unreliable. Kodi addon giants Zem TV and Phoenix were the first 2 addons to close down this week as media companies threatened the developers with lawsuits. Zem TV and Phoenix are 2 Kodi addons that I have made tutorials for in the past and offered users with IPTV and movie on demand content. So where to from now?
You would have noticed over the past few weeks I’ve released a couple of videos directed at alternative methods for watching IPTV without Kodi addons, both Fluxus Television and First One TV are a few examples. Fluxus Television allows users to watch IPTV channels via an M3U list that can be viewed in various different media players (VLC, Perfect Player, Lazy IPTV Player etc..) and even in Kodi; if you know how to correctly set it up. M3U lists seem to be the way of the future when it comes to IPTV as they are very direct and easy to setup.
So where can you find M3U lists? Most of the time you can find heaps scattered around the internet just by doing a quick Google search. However the problem is most of these lists have been leaked online from subscription services and cause a number of different problems. These problems are commonly that the channels don’t play for longer than 10 seconds without skipping and that they also have constant buffering. The buffering is caused because they aren’t being hosted on proper servers equip for large amounts of users. What you really need is an M3U list which is more specific for public use. A few days ago I found this really ‘cool’ little unnamed tool/app that might help assist you with just that! The tool will basically generate a new M3U list every 24 hours for you to enjoy free IPTV.
Please be aware that I have NO IDEA for how long this tool/app will work. It’s also possible that channels MIGHT go down from time to time; it’s simply out of my control. The life span of this tool purely depends on how often the owners decide to maintain it. – I do NOT own this tool and you must use at your own risk.
Things you will need:
If channels are STILL not playing:
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