Last Updated on July 6, 2020 by Husain Parvez
How to Install Cobalt Kodi Build for Firestick
In this guide, I am providing the steps to install Cobalt build on Kodi. We’ve included a series of screenshots that will guide you step by step through the process.
The Cobalt Kodi Build is a popular Kodi Build from the One Nation Portal. The build is preloaded with a huge collection of video addons and you can stream everything from movies to sports and documentaries.
At 208 MB, Cobalt is lightweight and works well on Amazon Firestick. Follow the steps below to install the build on Kodi and give it a try!
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Part One: Installing the One Nation Portal
Note: Make sure to enable Unknown Sources under System Settings to allow for installation of Kodi builds.
Step 1: Launch Kodi and go to Settings
Step 2: Next, click System settings
Step 3: Hover over the addons tab and click Unknown sources.
Step 4: A prompt will appear warning you of the risks associated with keeping this option enabled. Go ahead and click YES.
Step 5: Now go back to the System window and click File Manager
Step 6: Double click on Add Source
Step 7: Select None enter the source URL.
Step 8: Enter the following address and click OK.
Step 9: Next, enter a name for the media source and click OK. You can use any name you prefer. In this case, we are going to name it OneNation.
Step 10: From your Kodi home screen, open the Add-ons menu
Step 11: Click the package installer. It’s the ‘open box’ icon on the top left corner
Step 12: Select install from zip.
Step 13: On the resulting window, look for OneNation or the name you assigned your media source.
Step 14: Next, click plugin.program.onenationportal-1.1.3.zip
Step 15: Wait for the One Nation Portal Add-on installed notification to appear.
Note: This may take up to 5 minutes.
Step 16: A popup will appear, click Continue.
Step 17: A second popup will appear, click Ignore and go back to the home screen.
NOTE: You can also click Build Menu to proceed with the installation right away.
Part Two: Installing One Nation Kodi Build
Now the One Nation Portal is installed and you can now go ahead and install the Cobalt Kodi build.
Step 1: From the home screen go to Program Add-ons.
Step 2: Click the One Nation Portal icon to open the build menu.
Step 3: Click (One Nation Portal) Builds
Step 4: Click [18.0] Cobalt Build.
Step 5: Click Fresh Install for best performance.
Note: If you want to retain your current addons, choose the standard install.
Step 5: One Nation Portal will prompt you to confirm if you wish to restore Kodi configuration to default settings. Click Continue.
Step 6: Cobalt build will now start to download.
Step 7: When the build is installed, click the Force Close button
You have now successfully installed the Cobalt Kodi Build.
Cobalt Kodi Build Features
Cobalt is a well-designed build and features categories such as Movie Hub, TV Hub, Kids Hub, Sports Hub, and All In One. Addons include Rising Tides, Gridiron Legends, Joker Sports, Kick Off, The Loop, World of Wrestling, At The Flix, Incursion, Kids Cave, ReleaseBB, Deceit, Atomic, and many more.
Cobalt is a stable Kodi build that works well not only on Firestick, but also on other low-end devices. Go ahead and try it and let us know what you think in the comments section below.
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