Once you’ve installed a Kodi Build, you might want to remove it at some point. You’ll see how simple and easy it is by following this guide. Removing a Build takes less than 2 minutes!
Kodi can be installed on almost any device, e.g. Firestick, Fire Cube, Nvidia Shield, Android box, Chromecast, phones, tablets, PC and more. However, Kodi cannot be installed from the Amazon app store. To install it on a Firestick, it must be sideloaded.
The Amazon Firestick is undoubtedly the most popular streaming device on the market right now due to its low price and ability to jailbreak it with just a few simple tweaks. It’s a perfect streaming device for beginners as well as advanced users who wish to cut the cord.
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Why Remove a Kodi Build?
In the long run, there may be several reasons why you would want to remove or uninstall a Kodi Build. Once you’ve used a Build, you may decide you don’t like it. You could find that there are other Builds that you want to try instead. In that case, you will want to remove your existing Build.
However, a Build can take up a lot of storage space on your device, particularly if you use a Firestick, which does not come with masses of internal space. You may find that a particular Build is too large and runs too slowly on a Firestick. In that case, you may want to try a lighter Build such as CrewNique or install a few addons instead of a Build.
Furthermore, you could be experiencing issues with a Build, perhaps because it’s not quite functioning as well or as fast as it used to. Or you’re getting errors as well as no links. It could be that the Build needs an update or a refresh, so removing it and adding it again could help to resolve issues like these.
It could also be that the Build isn’t updating correctly; this could happen due to the developer changing the repository location. In that case, you must install the Build using the new repository. Otherwise, you won’t be able to receive important updates.
How to Remove a Kodi Build (Firestick and Fire TV)
Removing a Kodi Build is surprisingly quick and easy. The best method to restore Kodi to the default state is to wipe all its data entirely. Find out how by following the steps below.
Following this guide taught you how to remove a Kodi Build and wipe Kodi of all its data. The next time you launch Kodi, you’ll be back at the original skin with no data or addons installed. If you want to discover other Kodi Builds, or find out which Builds are working right now, head to my Kodi Builds page. Maybe you want to try only installing a few Kodi Addons instead of a complete Build? Then, check out the following options for further help and tutorials.