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So, let’s get started. Go to https://kodi.tv/ and click on Download.
Once you have clicked, scroll down and click on the Android logo at the bottom of the page.
A new window will open. Now right click the ARMV7A (32bit) button and select “Copy link address“.
The link should look like this:
Note: If at the end of the link you have “?https=” you should remove that part.
Now that you have the direct download url for Kodi, enter it in your browser to test that it downloads. If so, you can add it directly to your FileLinked store/code.
While we’re using Kodi as an example, you can in fact use this method of public download URLs with any app or file. The only thing you need is a direct download URL for the app. Always make sure to do an immediate test by entering it into your web browser, and if the file doesn’t download right away, you’ll know it’s not compatible with FileLinked either.
Now you have a public download link that you can share and use, and you can add it into your FileLinked store. Now you’ve learned how to use public URLs for your Filelinked store. Which files would you like to when creating your own Filelinked code?