Before we start

PwrDown highly recommends you use a VPN when using Kodi. IPVanish is one of the only top tier VPNs and it’s tailored specifically for Kodi users. It works on almost all devices including the Amazon Fire Stick. As stated on their site, using IPVanish will:
  • Mask your IP Address & Hide your streaming habits.
  • Prevent your ISP from spying on you.
  • Make your online presence anonymous.
  • Allow access to blocked add-ons & content from other countries.

Project M add-on Overview

The Project M add-on for Kodi provides content for Live TV, Live Sports, Movies, Music, Television and what I assume is Sports on demand. It has a section for World TV, which says Coming Soon. I assume this will be sections for Live TV for countries over the world. If you want to check out an add-on that already features this, try Rising Tides.

As of now, I could only find UK Content for Project M, as well as Danish. However in their Movies section, they host 4K and 3D Content and more. I assume this add-on will see major updates in the not so distant future.

If you have any problems with installing or using this add-on, don’t head to the Kodi forums for help. Either contact the developers or leave a comment below and we’ll get back to you.


How to install Project M on Kodi

This installation guide is for Kodi Krypton. If a notification pops up during the installation, saying Unknown Sources needs to be enabled, check our short guide here.

  1. System (top centre icon) > File Manager > Add Source
  2. In the top box, enter: http://mwiz.co.uk/repo
  3. In the bottom box, enter: Mwiz
  4. Press OK to finish adding the source
  5. Home screen > Add-ons > Add-on browser (top left icon)
  6. Install from ZIP File > Mwiz > repository.merlin.zip
  7. Wait for the add-on enabled notification. This may take a few minutes.
  8. Install from Repository > Merlin Repository > Video add-ons > Project M > Install
  9. Allow it to install, this may take a minute. You can then find the add-on under your video add-ons on the Kodi home screen.