VPN Manager for OpenVPN OpenELEC/LibreELEC Kodi

Updated Jan 18th as I got an OpenELEC device again so was able to try it out and update the guide.

Works with both OpenELEC & LibreELEC

The add-on allows you to login to VPN accounts from:

  • IPVanish
  • AirVPN
  • PIA
  • BTGuard
  • Celo
  • CyberGhost
  • ExpressVPN
  • Hide.me
  • HideIPVPN
  • IVPN
  • LimeVPN
  • LiquidVPN
  • Perfect Privacy
  • ProXPN
  • RA4W VPN
  • SaferVPN
  • SecureVPN.to
  • Smart DNS Prox
  • Windscribe
  • TorGuard
  • TotalVPN
  • VPN.ht
  • VPN Unlimited
  • VPN Secure
  • VyprVPN
  • ibVPN
  • NordVPN
  • tigerVPN
  • PureVPN
  • Hide My Ass
  • WiTopia

You can add up to 10 separate VPN server locations and cycle through them with the click of a button. You can set certain add-ons not to use a VPN.

There are a few more features and you can read more about them in the official thread here.

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This add-on is not supported by the Kodi Team or the XBMC foundation. Please do not post questions on the forum.kodi.tv website relating to this add-on.

  • Download the Zomboided Repo and transfer it to your OE device
  • Open Kodi
  • Select SYSTEM
  • Select Add-ons
  • Select Install from zip file
  • Navigate to where you placed the Zomboided repo on your device and select it
  • Wait for Add-on enabled notification
  • Select Install from repository
  • Select Zomboided Add-on Repository
  • Select Services
  • Select VPN Manager for OpenVPN
  • Select Install
  • Wait for Add-on enabled notification
  • Click OK on the popup that appears prompting you to setup a VPN provider....
  • In the VPN Configuration Window click on VPN Provider and scroll through until you find your VPN Provider
  • Then under that enter the Username and Password for your VPN Provider
    Select the VPN Connections tab
  • Select First VPN connection (optionally used to auto connect during boot)
  • A popup will now start trying to connect to your VPN provider. If your details are correct a list of all available servers will appear and you can select the server you wish to use as your primary VPN server
  • Once you have done this you will see in the settings that the Second VPN connection choice is also now available. Select it and your list of servers will appear again. When you do this Third VPN connection will become available in the VPN connections list you can keep repeating this until you have 10 default servers
  • Once you have these you can select the Cycle through primary VPN connections section in the add-on so you don't need to scroll through EVERY server that is available from your VPN provider

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