Kodi becomes a great streaming app if it is working properly without any issues. But sometimes, there may be some chances for mistakes and malfunctions. If any errors/bugs occurred while using Kodi, then it surely irritates the Kodi users. The errors will have been arisen due to so many causes. Now we will see one of the most important errors, Could not connect to repository. Most of the Kodi users have asked a fix for this type of error. Now, let us see what should do to get rid of could not connect to repository error while using the addon on Kodi.
Fix for the “could not connect to repository Kodi error”
- This type of error has been occurred, when you are typing an incorrect path for the required source file. For Example, the actual path for the source file is http://srp.nu. If you made any mistakes while entering this path, then it will lead to the error called “could not connect to repository” error. While entering the path for the source file, you have to make sure to check the Placing period, forward slash, letters either in upper case or lower case must be typed exactly as provided by the guide. It is one of the most important causes for the problem. To avoid this problem, please try to check again after entering the required URL for the source file. Sometimes, if you save the different repositories by using the same name, then it will also cause the same error. So, please make sure that you do not make these two types of mistakes while installing the repository.
- The another important cause for could not connect to repository kodi error may be the repository that you are searching for might be down or under process for development. So, you have to check this by entering the required path URL in your web browser and then you have to check if it is providing any result or not. If it displays the page as “the site can’t be reached”, then the repository is down or expired. If it provides any results, then you can continue to installing the repository again. Sometimes, you may have made the mistake while entering the path URL. These are all the possible causes for couldn’t connect to repository error and failed to update error. In addition, Sometimes the above said problem may be occurred due to the poor network connection or network failure. During that time, you have to try to restarting your Kodi app and then install the repository again.
- The “Could not connect to repository” issue has been reported mostly when an offshoregit.com went down for the maintenance process. Later, the fusion repo, tvaddons repo and metal kettle repo are also gone down for maintenance. Even with exodus addon, many of the addon faced could not connect to repository error. Suppose, if you have installed the addons with the repo already, then it works very fine without any issues. So, you do not try to uninstall any of the addons. If you uninstall any of the addon, you cannot install it back. In this guide, we can provide all the possible ways to fix could not connect to repository error.