1. Add BBC iPlayer
Browse to Videos > Add-ons. Select 'Get more...', then scroll through the list and find 'iPlayer WWW'. Select this and choose 'Install'. Once installed you'll be able to access it through Videos > Add-ons for access to both live and catchup streams.
Configure subtitles and other preferences via System > Settings > Add-ons > iPlayer WWW.
2. Get ITV Player
Navigate to System > File Manager. Select 'Add Source' followed by '', enter http://www.xunitytalk.me/xfinity and select 'Done' followed by 'OK'.
Hit Esc then choose System > Settings > Add-ons > Install from ZIP file. Select xfinity from the list of locations, select 'XunityTalk_Repository.zip', hit Enter and wait for it to be installed.
3. Finish installation
Now select 'Install from repository' followed by .XunityTalk Repository > Video add-ons, scroll down and select ITV. Choose Install and it should quickly download, install and enable itself.
Go to Videos > Add-ons to access live streams of six ITV channels, plus access the past 30 days of programmes through ITV Player – a big improvement on the standard seven days offered on most platforms.
4. UKTV Play
Follow the instructions for ITV Player to add http://srp.nu as a source, then add the main repository via SuperRePo > isengard > repositories > superepo. Next, choose Install from repository > SuperRepo > Add-on repository > SuperRepo Category Video.
Finally, add UKTV Play from inside the SuperRepo Category Video repo to gain access to content from UKTV Play's free-to-air channels.
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