Kodi, formerly known as XBMC is an award-winning entertainment centre software that brings all your digital media together. It is a free and open-source media player that is customizable and runs on a wide variety of devices. You can install it on Linux, OSX, Windows, iOS and Android and it is supported by a dedicated team of volunteers and a huge community of users.
Kodi allows users to play and view most videos, music, podcasts, and other digital media files from local and network storage as well as from the internet. You can connect it to Koofr with the help of the WebDAV protocol. Read on and find out how.
First, download Kodi from its official webpage and set it up on your device. You can choose between different operating systems.
Note: We tested the WebDAV connection to Koofr on Kodi for Windows.
(1) Open Kodi on your device and click on Pictures in the menu on the left.
(2) Click on Add pictures.
(3) Click on Browse, to add a new picture source.
(4) Click on Add network location.
(5) Click on the arrows next to Protocol to find the WebDAV server (HTTPS).
(6) Enter the Server address: https://app.koofr.net/dav/Koofr, Remote path: dav/Koofr/Kodi and Port: 443. Insert in the email address you are using to log in to your Koofr account as a User.
(7) Now go to your Koofr account and create a Kodi folder, otherwise, the WebDAV connection will not work. Upload your photo gallery into the Kodi folder.
(8) Go to Koofr Account Settings, click on Preferences and find Password tab on the left. Scroll down and click into the Generate a new password. We named our password Kodi, as you can see in the picture below.
(9) Open Kodi and paste the Koofr generated password under Password. Your settings should look like those in the picture below. Click on OK to set up the connection.
(10) If the connection works, Kodi will start scanning your files.
(11) You'll be able to see this new connection under Picture sources.
(12) View your photo gallery in Kodi.
(13) You can arrange your photos in Kodi with the options you can see in the picture below.
We hope you enjoy viewing your Koofr photo galleries in Kodi.
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