Over the past few months [or so] it seems as if IPTV add-ons for Kodi are slowly beginning to die off or become more unreliable. After media companies started threatening lawsuits, popular Kodi add-ons such as Zem TV and Phoenix were the first to shut down. Zem TV and Phoenix were both 2 add-ons that I had made tutorials for in the past; offering both IPTV and movies on demand. So where to from now?
If you’ve been paying attention to my YouTube channel over the past few weeks, then you would have noticed that my last couple of videos have been more directed at alternative methods for watching IPTV; without Kodi add-ons. Fluxus Television and First ONE TV are both great examples of being able to watch premium IPTV without Kodi. Fluxus Television allows users to watch IPTV channels via an M3I list. This list can be viewed in carious different IPTV apps such as VLC, Perfect Player Lazy IPTV Player [and many more…]. If you know how to setup Kodi correctly with Simple IPTV Player then you can also import the list into that.
M3U lists seem to be the way of the future when it comes to watching IPTV. They are very direct and easy to setup.
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. The only problem being that 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.
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Things you will need:
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