How To Setup PLEX Media Center, Play IPTV, Movies and TV Shows With Special Plugins






How do I manually install a channel?

The code for a Plex channel is contained within a directory named with a ".bundle" suffix. As such they are often referred to as bundles. To install the Unsupported Appstore or other channel bundles manually, you will first need a link to the channel bundle. Sometimes the bundle will be posted on the Plex forum or available via link to download from GitHub. In order to install the channel:

  1. Download the linked file. If the link leads to a GitHub page rather than a direct download, select the "Download Zip" button on the lower right-hand corner of the page to download the zipped bundle
  2. Usually, the channel bundle will be located within a zip archive. Unzip the archive as necessary.
  3. Bundles downloaded from GitHub will usually have extra identifiers appended to the bundle's filename, such as "-master". Edit the bundle's filename to remove any text after ".bundle"
  4. Copy or move the channel bundle into the Plug-Ins folder on the computer running Plex Media Server
  5. Restart Plex Media Server to make sure that the new channel will be loaded.

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Adding, Removing, and Updating a Channel

Channels for your Plex Media Server are managed using the Plex Web App.
Adding Channels


To add a Channel to your Server:

  1. Open Plex Web App
  2. Choose Channels in the sidebar
  3. Click Install Channels button
  4. Select a Category if needed, then click a Channel to install
  5. Confirm the installation
Once a Channel has been installed, it will appear in the Channels list.





Removing Channels

To remove a Channel from your Server:

  1. Open Plex Web App
  2. Choose Channels in the sidebar
  3. Hover over the channel you wish to remove
  4. Click the red Remove button
  5. Confirm you wish to uninstall

Updating Channels

Channels will automatically update themselves when your Server checks for new components. This means that once an update is published for a Channel, it should be available on your Server within a few hours.
You can also use the Check for Updates button inside the Channels area in Plex Web App to check to see if there are updates available for installed Channels.

How do I find the Plug-Ins folder?

Windows

The plug-ins folder on Windows is located inside of the user directory.
%LOCALAPPDATA%\Plex Media Server\Plug-Ins\

OS X

Using the Finder's "Go" menu, select Go To Folder... then enter the following in the dialog box that pops up:
~/Library/Application Support/Plex Media Server/Plug-Ins

Linux

In general, the Plug-Ins folder for the various Linux versions of Plex Media Server will be found under:
$PLEX_HOME/Library/Application Support/Plex Media Server/Plug-Ins


QNAP

/share/MD0_DATA/.qpkg/PlexMediaServer/Library/Plex Media Server/Plug-ins
If Plex Media Server is running, the plug-ins folder can also be found here:
/root/Library/Plex Media Server/Plug-ins

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