How to Install Kodi on webOS

webOS is a Linux-based operation system for smart devices, particularly smart TVs. The OS is owned by LG Electronics and runs on LG smart TVs. Also, several prominent vendors like RCA, Aiwa, Eko, Hyundai and Konka licensed it. With the webOS graphical interface, TV viewers can access and control the various features of the TV.

Kodi supports webOS, and you can enjoy watching your favorite content on this popular OS.

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The installation requires a computer connected to the same network as the TV.

You need the webOS Dev Manager application to be installed on your computer. The supported OSs are Windows, macOS and Linux. Download the installation file from here.

The installation files names are in the following format:


  • version – the version of the application
  • architecture – the processor’s architecture. x64 and  amd64 for Intel and AMD 64-bit (each extension works on both processors), arm64 and aarch64 for ARM 64-bit, and x86 for 32-bit processor
  • extension – the installation file extension. msi for Windows, dmg for macOS, deb for Linux (Debian/Ubuntu), and AppImage for Linux (other distros)

Also, you need a Kodi IPK file. Download the latest version from here.

Here is how to install Kodi on webOS:

  • After installing the webOS Dev Manager application, execute it
  • In the Connection Mode window, choose Use Developer Mode
  • Follow the steps shown in the Setup Developer Mode window, including creating an LG developer account, installing the Developer Mode app, and enabling developer mode
  • Click the Install button and select the Kodi IPK file you downloaded
  • Wait for the installation to complete

After installing Kodi on your TV, the next step for you will be to install some add-ons to watch your favorite movies and TV shows. The easiest way will be to check out our list of best Kodi add-ons.

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