The Pulse CCM has been one the the most downloaded build on the Ares Wizard. You’ll never ever have to worry about old, non-working, and outdated add-ons because they are removed and reorganized with each Pulse update, which happens regularly.

It does require a pin with each download or update from the Ares Wizard, but it’s a very simple process. Once you select the Pulse build to download, it’ll ask you to enter a pin, and you can retrieve this pin by hitting the get pin button or using another device on the same network to get the pin by going to http://bit.ly/getbuildpin

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The design of the build is very clean and easy to navigate, along with great wallpapers to complement the categories. You’ll find that the menu and submenu is organized very nicely, making it easily to look for content quickly. It just has very simply and clean look, yet very efficient to where you need to go.

Here is the list of the major menu:

  • Music (Ares Music, Pulse Jukebox, Project M, Mp3 streams, etc)
  • TV shows (Zen, Exodus, Specto, SALTS, UK Turk, Project M, MetalliQ)
  • Movies(Zen, Exodus, Specto, SALTS, UK Turk, Project M, MetalliQ)
  • Sports
  • Kids
  • Live Streams (All in One addons)
  • Live TV
  • Workout (Ares Fitness, Dance, Cardio, Yoga, etc)
  • System (Ares Wizard, Pulse Cleaner, Indigo, Plexus, Super Favourites, Map browser)

There is a widget above the menu, more near the top of the screen, which is a great size that doesn’t completely own the screen.

So, it a took awhile for the Pulse CCM to become available for Kodi Krypton 17, but now that it’s here available and compatible. This is the build for you if you like a build that gets updated regularly.

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Kodi Krypton 17+ Installation

We’ll show you how to install the Pulse CCM Build (Jeds Fire Build). You’ll find step by step instructions below and a YouTube video as well to help understand the process. This method uses the Ares Wizard to install the build. The repository URL used is http://repo.ares-project.com/magic

Enabling Unknown Sources within Kodi
(skip if already enabled)

  • Open Kodi
  • Select Settings
  • Select System Settings
  • Select Add-ons
  • Turn on Unknown sources
  • A warning will now appear asking if you agree that you are responsible for data loss, damage to device etc. As long as you are a sensible user then you are fine. Click Yes

Install AresProject Repository

  • From your Kodi Home Screen
  • Select Settings [Cog Icon, Upper left corner]
  • Select File Manager
  • Select Add source
  • Select None, Enter: http://repo.ares-project.com/magic click Ok
  • Highlight the box underneath Enter a name for this media Source, type Ares, then select OK
  • Go back to your Kodi Home Screen
  • Select Add-ons
  • Select the Add-on Browser Icon [Upper left corner, unpackaged box icon]
  • Select Install from Zip File
  • Select Ares
  • Select repository.areswizard.X.X.X.zip
  • Wait for Enabled Notification

Install The Ares Wizard Program Addon

  • Go back to your Kodi Home Screen
  • Select Add-ons
  • Select the Add-on Browser Icon [Upper left corner, unpackaged box icon]
  • Select Install from repository
  • Select The AresProject Repository
  • Select Program Addons
  • Select The Ares Wizard
  • Click Install
  • Wait for Enabled Notification

You can find the Ares Wizard at your Kodi home screen -> add-ons -> program add-ons

  • Open the Ares Wizard
  • Select Browse Builds
  • Select Pulse
  • Select Pulse CCM Krypton 
  • Select Install
  • Select Get pin, or using another device on same network, enter http://bit.ly/getbuildpin
  • Enter Pin, click ok
  • Let it download and install the build

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