Why my KODI keeps shutting down, freezing or crashing?

Created by: John M

Modified on: Sun, 23 Sep, 2018 at 8:38 PM

The major reasons underlie the malfunctions of KODI :

To tackle such issues, find the user-data folder and remove it from the KODI directory to somewhere else. The following table helps you to find the user-data folder.

Operating SystemFolder Path
Microsoft WindowsStart – type %APPDATA%\kodi\userdata

After removing the user-data folder, start using your KODI. As it works properly, it confirms that something in user-data folder afflict the function of KODI.

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