Chef Nexus Wizard

Chef Nexus Wizard

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Simple Nexus Wizard is a lightweight template for installing builds on Kodi 20 Nexus. Has some code from Aftermath Wizard by Surfacingx. Skin Switch by OpenELEQ. Base code by BYB. Credits to them and all others who contributed. Please report any bugs to @slamious on Telegram/Twitter.


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Kodi Nexus 20 Wizard


3.0.2a 2.1.8 - Added logviewer to maintenance. 2.1.7 - Fixed issue with binary installs failing. Updated Advancedsettings configs. Added notification at start of backups. - Fix permissions error on Windows devices. Added keeping binaries list when installs fail. 2.1.6 - Added binary addon installation to build install. Fix for Dropbox zips not showing the file length. Fixed error on startup when buildfile or notify urls are invalid. 2.1.5 - Added option to cancel prompts for build update and no build. 2.1.4 - Small fix to Whitelist 2.1.3 - Added prompt that opens the Build Menu when there's an update or now build installed. Added Force Close shortcut. Restructured addon a bit. There is now a uservar py in root of addon for user variables. 2.1.1 - Added Custom Backups Path 2.1.0 - Added Backup/Restore 2.0.7 - Added Whitelist, Fixes to Dropbox urls. 2.0.5 - Added Authorize Debrid, Added language strings to most labels, code cleanup 2.0.3 - Added video preview 2.0.2 - Fixed issue with backup restore 2.0.0 Major changes to the framework of the addon. Allocated most of the code to modules. Added some new modules. Added support for Dropbox links. Fixed cancel download. 1.1.3 - Fix to save items when items not selected 1.1.2 - Remade, small Bugfixes. 1.1.1 - Fixed an issue with update checker. 1.1.0 - Fixed Resolveurl path in save data. 1.0.9 - Added settings to main menu. 1.0.8 - Fixed percentage during build download, 1.0.7 - Added option to link to another xml or json file. This is good for teams or community wizards as each builder can have their own xml. Also changed format of the builds xml. Please refer to builds_newformat.xml located in the resources folder. The old format will still work but if the user is running an older version of the wizard, they'll only see the version number as the name. They'll want to update to fix that. 1.0.6 - Added Notifications Dialog. Special thanks to Blue for art and helping with the design. 1.0.5 - Bugfixes. 1.0.3 - Added download progress to build install. 1.0.2 - Added option to encode the buildfile variable to a base64 string. 1.0.1 - Added the option to use json for build file. 1.0.0 - Basic clean up. Ready for official release. 0.0.9 - Added Save Menu, 0.0.8 - Bug fixes, 0.0.7 - Added Advanced Settings presets to Maintenance. 0.0.6 - Added Clear Packages, the first of the Maintenance section. 0.0.5 - Bug fixes 0.0.4 - Added enabling of disabled addons on build first run. Added update repos on build first run. 0.0.3 - Added prompt notifying when new version of installed build is available. 0.0.2 - Initial Release

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How To Install

Direct installation

Via Repository

Via Directory

  1. First make sure you have the repository installed
  2. Open up Kodi and navigate into Add-ons.
    addon install - Add-ons
  3. Click the open box icon (above the side-menu).
    addon install - openbox
  4. Select Install from repository.
    • If you have at least one repository (besides the default) installed:
      Select the repository you wish to install from.
  5. Select the category the addon belongs to, in this case it should be program.
  6. Select Chef Nexus Wizard.
  7. Click Install.
Installing via directory means you connect to a Web server directly using Kodi.
It also means that the addon is found under a repositry or a sub-repository you install from that directory (check out which repositories host Chef Nexus Wizard addon below).
  1. Open up Kodi and navigate into the System settings screen by selecting the cogwheel button (above the side-menu inside Kodi's home-screen).
  2. Select File manager.
    addon install - Kodi file manager
  3. Select Add source from the left pane (the right pane is in case you want to move files from one folder to another, if you're using a mouse you may need to double click it).
  4. Click the line where it says <None> and enter the following url:
    Note: some servers may be case-sensitive.
    addon install - Add new source
    click OK after you are done typing.
  5. Below that, if there isn't already, enter a name for the source which will be easy for you to recognize in the future. Click OK
  6. Now press the return button twice to return to home-screen.
    Navigate into Add-ons.
    addon install - Add-ons
  7. Click the open box icon (above the side-menu).
    addon install - openbox
  8. Select Install from zip file.
    • If this is the first addon you install, Kodi will warn you about installing addons from "unknown sources" for security reasons - it's your call.
    • In any case, Kodi will warn you, you may not get auto-updates for this addon.
  9. Look for the name of the source as it was entered in step 5, select the repository zip file you see inside it.
    That's it. The rest of the instructions are as detailed in installing Via Repository, use the repository you've just installed.

For a full installation guide please click here.

Additional Information

Updated:July 16, 2023

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