Openload Stream Authorization
You’re most likely here on this page because you’re looking for a way to either learn how to disable or pair this Openload stream authorization.
This has been happening for a few months now when trying to access streams from add-ons such as Exodus, Zen, Salts or Covenant. These add-ons pull from many sources around the web and Openload, Vidme, vid.to happens to be some of those sources.
Here is the message popping up stating that you need to pair your device in order to start watching the stream.
“To play this video, authorization is required. Visit the link below to authorize the devices on your network: http://openload.co/pair then click pair”
So with really only two options, you can either follow the directions and head to their site and pair it, or you can disable them from ever showing up on your streaming list.
Keep your activity anonymous and secured (Highly recommended for Kodi/Firestick Users)
We highly recommend using a VPN when streaming online content or torrenting files. By using a VPN, you can keep your streaming habits and anything else private by using IPVanish (Complete Privacy Solutions for Kodi/Firestick Users)
With all the crazy news going on lately, it’s better to be safe than sorry by using a VPN when streaming any online content. This will keep your online streaming and data history private at all times like it should be.
Check out our VPN guide section for more information.
Disabling Openload Stream Authorization
So one way of getting rid of this message is actually just disabling Openload from even showing up on your list of streaming servers. The steps below are for Krypton 17 and above using the Estuary Skin
Kodi Krypton 17 and Above
- At your Kodi Home Screen
- Select Settings [Cog Icon]
- Select System Settings
- Hover over add-ons, then select manage dependencies
- Select URLResolver
- Select Configure
- Looking for openload under the resolver list, normally its under resolver 3 or 4
- Under Openload, turn the enabled function off!
That’s pretty much it. You’ll have Openload not appear on your streaming list and that should avoid the issue of getting the Openload stream authorization message
Pairing Your Device With Openload
Of course, this is the next method where if you wanted to actually keep and use Openload servers, then you will need to pair your device.
- On a separate device that has access to a browser (Must be on the same network)
- Go to https://olpair.com/
- Check the reCAPTCHA box, I am not a robot
- Once box is selected
- Hit Pair
The Openload Stream Authorization can be done either by disabling it from appearing in the first place or pairing your device if you intend to use openload servers.
The process is relatively easy. Drop a comment below if you have any issues.