What if you sit down on a relaxing weekend to enjoy the movie you have been waiting to stream on Kodi and all of a sudden you see the error of Exodus Redux Not Working? Obviously, anyone would get annoyed.
However, our readers do not need to! This post is specifically dedicated to help you get rid of Exodus Redux not working problem in a matter of moments. So before you decide to bash your Firestick device, have patience and read ahead…
How To Fix Exodus Redux Not Working Issue?
Now that you have protected your streaming by a VPN, read ahead to resolve any issues that might be interrupting your streaming with Exodus Redux. Keep trying the fixes one by one until you settle with the fix that resolves the problem for you.
Fix 1: Try Updating Exodus Redux Addon
The very first troubleshooting fix you must try is by updating your Exodus Redux Kodi Addon which involves two steps:
- Uninstall the Exodus Redux Addon
- Install the Updated Exodus Redux Addon
In order to uninstall Exodus Redux Kodi Addon, access the Kodi on your Firestick Device and tap on Addons in the left panel. Then tap on the icon for page present at the upper left side of the screen.
Now tap on “My Addons” and on the next screen go to the section for “Video Addons“. In the list of Video Addons, find and click on Exodus. Once the Addon opens up, click on the Uninstall button at the bottom right and tap Yes to give confirmation.
Exodus Kodi Addon will then finish uninstalling. You can then install the updated version of Exodus Redux using our exclusive step by step guide.
Fix 2: Remove all the Cache on Exodus
If uninstalling the Exodus has not solved the Exodus Redux Not Working issue then the culprit could be the data in cache and or the title providers. This is especially possible if the error of “no stream available” persists.
All you need to do is clear the cache on the installed Addon and you are good to go. Open Kodi by visiting the main screen of Firestick and click on “Addons” in left menu panel. Then go to “My Addons” and navigate all the way to “Video Addons” to locate Exodus. Tap on Exodus.
Then tap on the icon for Tools and in the option that appears, tap on “Clear Providers” and say “Yes” for confirmation. Then on the same Tools page click on “Clear Cache” and once again “Yes” for confirmation.
Then do a quick restart of Kodi to check if the problem has been resolved.
Fix 3: Protect Yourself With a Good VPN
While most of you may or may not know, Governments and ISPs worldwide have a strict check on their users online activities. In case, any copyrighted content is found streaming, you can land into serious consequences which may be as severe as suspending of your online account. Please know, that your current IP 22.214.171.124 is visible to everyone. We therefore urge you to get started with a reliable Firestick VPN immediately. This will help cover your identity via VPN’s multiple servers, while giving you the premium viewing experience.
IPVanish has been the fastest and most reliable secure VPN we have come across so far. Their servers are widespread and strictly secured. The VPN is very easy to install and user-friendly on every device including the Amazon Fire TV Stick. If you are not sure about the app, it comes with a 7-day money back guarantee with a refund. IPVanish also has a very attractive deal in which, when paid for a whole year subscription you can avail 67% discount on your annual plan!
Register for IPVanish VPN, by clicking on the link
- On your FireStick device, go to the homepage and type in and search for ‘IPVanish VPN’ in your search bar.
- Click on the IPVanishVPN you see in your search.
- Click on ‘Download’.
- Once downloaded, you would need to register with the username and password information you must have provided while registering.
- Once signed-in, click on ‘Connect’.
- Soon you would be connected. You can disconnect from the connection whenever you wish to stop using a VPN.
Fix 4: Adjust the Settings for Kodi’s Video and Remove Temporary Files
Remember that each time you stream media using an addon on Kodi whether it is a movie or TV show etc, the files get saved on your Firestick device. Now it is no cause for alarm but at times these files are huge in size, and this may cause trouble in future streaming
This issue can be resolved in a lot of ways but the most convenient one is to go for the installation of Ares Wizard Kodi Addon, which ensures that your Kodi and streaming are always optimized in their working. After you have installed the Ares Wizard Addon, do the following:
- Adjust the Exodus Redux Cache Settings
- Remove the temporary saved files
How to adjust the cache settings?
Go to the main home screen of Kodi and tap on Addons then visit the option of Program Addons. In the Program Addons section, find and tap on Ares Wizard and hit the option for “Tweaks” in the top menu bar.
Inside the Tweaks section, tap on Advanced Settings Wizard towards left side and hit Next. Now you need to set the Buffer Mode according to the requirements of your device. The purpose of these modes are as follows:
- Mode 1: All Internet Streams buffered by Kodi.
- Mode 2: Kodi buffers all even the local files.
- Mode 3: Only web streams are buffered by Kodi.
- Mode 4: Buffering is totally disabled.
Mode 2 is recommended and once you have adjusted the cache settings you must delete the temp files on Kodi.
How to remove the temporary files on Kodi?
As we have already mentioned that all your streaming files get stored on the device which can massively eat up the space and you may encounter troubles such as Exodus Redux Not Working. Hence, it’s time to remove these temporary files.
In order to do this, you must visit the main screen of Kodi on your device and navigate to the Addons section and tap on Program Addons.
Once again you need Ares Wizard for this, so tap on it and click on Tweaks and go to Maintenance on the upper menu bar. Under the maintenance section tap on the following options: DeleteThumbnails, Delete Packages & Delete Cache\Temp.
Once you have deleted the temp files and made some space, hopefully the Exodus Redux not working error will also disappear.
Fix 5: Try Adjusting your Stream Time
At times streams on addons are unavailable and the reason attributed to this that streams are very short for Exodus to finish its search. Hence it is imperative that you adjust the stream time.
To be able to do this, you must open Kodi Home Screen once again and go to Addons. Then open My Addons and go to Video Addons and find and tap on Exodus.
Once the Exodus Redux launches, click on Tools option present in the left side menu. Then go to General where you need to toggle the slider of “Providers Timeout” and set it in between 20-35 seconds.
Once you have set this Timeout, begin streaming from Exodus Redux to see if the issue is resolved.
Fix 6: Try Adjusting the Time & Date on Your Device
If you are using the Exodus Redux Kodi Addon to stream old shows and films such as from the 1970s, then you need to adjust the date and time settings on your streaming device.
In order to set this up, visit the settings of your device, locate the Time and Date section and make sure that the time and date is set to the present data.
Once you have done this, go to Kodi and check if the Exodus Redux is working or not.
Fix 7: Try Installing Exodus Redux Addon from Another Repository
The real developers of Exodus have come to the decision that they would no longer be putting any updates or upgrades to Exodus hence it is highly possible that any errors with streaming can be attributed to potential bugs which cannot be fixed due to lack of updates and neither would be.
However the good news is that other developers have come up with a variety of versions that are constantly updated, free of such bugs. You can try installing your favorite addon from any other repository.
Fix 8: Try Updating Your Graphic Card
If you are on Windows device then another reason why Exodus Redux may not be working can be due to an old or corrupted card driver of graphics on your device used for streaming.
The most straightforward way to check if you have a correct graphics card installed or to check its proper functionality is by taking assistance from Driver Easy present on your PC. This option will locate the working driver for you.
It is not necessary to know the sort of card you have or the details of the system or the knowledge to locate the driver. You also do not need to download or install any incorrect driver since Driver Easy has it under control for you and it takes only some taps and clicks.
All you have to do is following:
- Complete the downloading and installation of Driver Easy.
- Then operate the Driver Easy file and tap on Scan Now button. The software will begin scanning your computer to locate any issues with the installed driver.
- Then tap the option for Update All to finish downloading the correct drivers that are not updated on your system.
- After this process has been done you can check if your Exodus is working or not.
In The End…
Try using our solutions and fixes one by one to see which of them works out for you in helping you get rid of the Exodus Redux not working error. Also, do not forget to let us know which solution fixed the problem for you in our comment section below.