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Need help for Manually backing up data on Kodi for windows

PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 3:14 pm
by Wilson Drake
Hello, I have just tried to update Kodi on windows 10 but I cannot locate the given path
Click on ‘Start’ and under the search bar type “%APPDATA%\kodi\userdata”

https://www.kodivpn.co/how-to-install-kodi-on-windows/

If someone can look into and provide me help with this regard.

Re: Need help for Manually backing up data on Kodi for windo

PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 3:05 pm
by the_man
Have you solved your issue?

Re: Need help for Manually backing up data on Kodi for windo

PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2017 4:25 pm
by pewpewpad
Wilson Drake wrote:Hello, I have just tried to update Kodi on windows 10 but I cannot locate the given path
Click on ‘Start’ and under the search bar type “%APPDATA%\kodi\userdata”


If someone can look into and provide me help with this regard.



heya.
it's your application data folder that goes by the name "AppData" in windows. when you press the start button on your keyboard and type %appdata% windows redirects you towards that folder. you will only be able to navigate beyond this point if you have kodi.... if you don't have kodi, the following folders "Kodi" and "UserData" will not even exist. so be sure to get and install kodi from windows store or from their site. if you're manually trying to upgrade your kodi, try searching the term kodi or search some file you know the name of. this step basically copies the previous data from userdata folder and replaces it with that of the new data folder, created by the new updated version. you can also use backup addon listed in the next step.

Re: Need help for Manually backing up data on Kodi for windo

PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 6:07 am
by davidryan
in windows there is a data folder by name "AppData". When you press the start button on your keyboard and type %appdata% windows redirects you towards that folder. you will only be able to navigate beyond this point if you have kodi.
Also try to use VPN when using kodi to remain your data secure Ivacy Kodi-VPN

Re: Need help for Manually backing up data on Kodi for windo

PostPosted: Fri Dec 08, 2017 2:50 pm
by LemuelMar
davidryan wrote:in windows there is a data folder by name "AppData". When you press the start button on your keyboard and type %appdata% windows redirects you towards that folder. you will only be able to navigate beyond this point if you have kodi.
Also try to use VPN when using kodi to remain your data secure Ivacy Kodi-VPN


Hi David, is having a VPN for kodi an imperative? I was kind of under the impression that it wasn't necessary.