Navigate to the settings cogwheel at the top left of your screen.

Select the System settings menu.

Choose the Add-ons tab.Click on the Unknown sources field.

Press the Yes button to confirm that you wish to allow third party Kodi addons.

Return back to the previous settings menu.

Click on the File manager icon.

Click on the Add source button on the left side of the screen.

Click on the top input box that displays <None> under the Enter the paths or browse for the media locations heading.

Using the on-screen keyboard, input and then click on the OK button.

Click on the bottom input box under the Enter a name for this media source heading.

Using the on-screen keyboard once again, input Vaders and then press the OK button.

Press the OK button at the bottom of the window.

Return back to the Kodi home screen.

Navigate to the Add-ons tab on the vertical menu bar.

Click on the Enter add-on browser button.

Click on the Install from zip file function.

Select the Vaders server folder.

Choose the folder.

Click on the file.

Now go to Install from repository

Choose the Install from repository.

Next choose Video add-ons.Click on Vader Streams.

Click on Install.

Next you will get a pop-up window where you can type your account detail’s

After that click done, now you will get a pop-up saying Needs to restart and this will keep coming back 6 times.

Next restart Kodi.

That’s it your all set up with Vaders.

If you Want Video On Demand follow the below steps


Go to the Videos Tab and choose File.

You should see Vader Movies and Vader tvshows.
Next select Vader Movies highlight it and hold the OK button.
A new menu will appear choose Set Content

Next choose This directory contains None

Next Choose Movies then do the same for Vaders tvshows.

Your Video on Demand is all set up.

*Depending on your box this can take anywhere between 5 minutes to over an hour so give it time.