How to Fix Kodi Error 2 Share Not Available

Kodi is a media player computer application whose access is free and open-sourced, an initiative of XBMC company. Most Kodi users encounter a situation where their Kodi player fails to play videos due to error.

Kodi Error 2 Share Not Available? Try These Solutions

Here are factors that could be responsible for Kodi error and their quick fix:

1. Your Kodi database files are corrupted

Most times the Kodi database’s obsolete files can cause situations of video playback failed issues, because of this it is advisable to delete the database files present on your personal computer or android device, depending on the device your Kodi application is on. Follow these quick steps to delete Kodi obsolete database files:

  • On your personal computer locate your Kodi application and open it.
  • On your Kodi menu, locate and click on the Settings option.
  • From the drop menu that appears, locate and click on the file manager option. A drop menu will appear at this point.
  • From the drop menu that appears, locate and click on the profile directory option.
  • From the drop menu that appears, locate and click on the database option on the screen. A new drop menu will appear at this point.
  • Under the database menu, locate and click on an option named “add-ons, DB”, it might contain numbers.
  • Go to your Computer windows page and locate the search panel.
  • Search for “percent of data percent” on the search panel, from the drop menu open the Kodi application program file.
  • On the drop, go to the menu and click on the “user data” option. A drop menu will appear.
  • Locate and click on the database option then look for add-ons.
  • From the drop menu that appears, locate and click on the DB file option.
  • Click on the delete option to delete the obsolete Kodi database files.

If your Kodi application is on your android device, follow these steps to delete Kodi obsolete database files;

  • On your Android home screen, locate and click on your file manager application.
  • Locate and click on the “my Android” option from the drop menu.
  • From the drop menu, locate and click on the android Kodi program file.
  • Select all database files and click delete.

An alternative method to this is:

  • On your Android home screen locate the Kodi application icon.
  • Press and hold the application icon for about two seconds, from the drop menu that appears click on the “app info” option.
  • On the app info menu, locate and click on the “data” option.
  • From the drop menu, click and confirm the “clear data” option.

2. Your Kodi cache files and temp files need clearing

Where your Kodi application is experiencing an error, it may be that your Kodi cache files and temp files need clearing. Follow these steps to clear your Kodi Cache files and temp files to restore your Kodi application to optimum performance:

  • On your personal computer, launch your Kodi application.
  • On your Kodi menu, locate and click on the “add-ons” option.
  • From the drop menu, click and open the “exodus” tab. This action will redirect you to the main page of add-ons.
  • From the main page of add-ons, locate and click on the tools option where you will be prompted with two options, the first being “clear cache” and the second being “clear providers”. To successfully class your cache files and temp files, you’ll have to use both.
  • At this point you will get a prompt, requesting you to continue your current action, click on the “yes” option and you’re done. Your Kodi player should be working at optimum performance again.

If your Kodi application is on your Android device, follow these steps to clear Kodi cache files and temp files;

  • On your Android home screen locate the Kodi application icon.
  • Press and hold the application icon for about two seconds, from the drop menu that appears click on the “app info” option.
  • On the app info menu, locate and click on the “cache” option.
  • From the drop menu, click and confirm the “clear cache” option. At this point, your Kodi player application should be at optimum performance mode.

3. Your Kodi application add-on requires an update

As a Kodi user, when you keep experiencing Kodi errors while trying to launch your Kodi player application it may be that you’re using an older version of the Kodi application and due to this, you experience errors. The obvious and sure remedy for this is to update your Kodi application add-on. Follow these steps to do so:

  • On your computer windows, locate and click on the Settings option.
  • From the settings menu, locate and click on the file manager option.
  • From the drop menu, locate and click on the add-on option. Another drop menu will appear.
  • From the drop menu, locate and choose the add-on that troubles you with an issue.
  • From the drop menu, locate and click on the update option on your PC screen.
  • At this point go ahead and restart your Kodi application again. Your Kodi player should begin functioning at optimum performance.

If your Kodi application is on your Android device, follow these steps to update your Kodi application;

  • On your Android home page, locate and click on the Google play store icon.
  • On the search panel of the Google play store menu, insert the name of the application Kodi and click search.
  • When you’ve found the application click on it then click on the update option. Your Android Kodi player application will be updated automatically.

4. You need to install and merge the Kodi error repair add-on

The Kodi error repair add-on when installed automatically repairs any and every error your Kodi player application may be experiencing. Follow these steps to do install;

  • Locate and open your Kodi application on your Personal Computer windows page.
  • On the Kodi player home page, locate and click on the Settings option.
  • Locate and click on file manager on the settings menu page.
  • From the drop menu that appears, locate and click on the “add source” option.
  • From the drop-down menu that appears click on the “none” option. At this point, on the URL panel provided, insert the required URL. (This will be provided in the description section)
  • Return to your settings menu, locate and click on the “add-ons” option.
  • On the left top of your screen, click on the box icon.
  • On the drop menu, locate and click on “install the zip file”.
  • From the drop menu, click on the clean option.
  • Locate and click on the folder named “maintenance”.
  • Locate and install the last zip file on the drop menu (This should take a couple of seconds to install).
  • Once installed, on the menu, click on the “install from repository” option.
  • On the drop-down menu, locate and click on the “raw media Kodi add-ons” option.
  • From the drop menu, locate and click on the “program add-ons” option.
  • From the drop menu that appears, locate and click on the “raw maintenance” option.
  • At this point click on the install option to install the add-on (this may take a couple of minutes).
  • Once installed, go back and click on raw maintenance, clear the cache, delete thumbnails and delete purged packages.
  • Once done, restart your Kodi app and you will see that all your errors have been fixed.

Conclusion

Whether the Kodi application is on your Personal Computer, iPhone, or android device, the solutions stated above remedy any errors you may experience while using the Kodi player.

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