KODI formerly known as XBMC Media center is a free and open-source cross-platform software media player. It is managed by a non-profit XBMC foundation and developed by volunteers around the world.
It is now officially available for Android, BSD, Linux,macOS, and Windows operating systems. The latest version of KODI is 18.7 and comes with bug fixes and no new features.
This tutorial will be helpful for the beginners to install KODI 18.7 in Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 19.10, Ubuntu 18.04 and LinuxMint 19.3
Kodi 18.7 Changelog
- Fixed around the expansion of .ISO images to avoid GUI freezes
- Fixes multi-channel audio track support
- Fix EPG corruption hen new channels are added during startup
- Fix for proxy empty fields
- Fixed library updates
For complete changelog refer this link
How To Install Kodi 18.7 Ubuntu / LinuxMint?
Step 1: Add the Official Kodi repository
Step 2: Update the repository
Step 3: Install kodi 18.7
Uninstall Kodi 18.7
To uninstall kodi execute the below commands