Openload stream is made for internet users to watch their favorite videos, movies or TV series for free. However, it was shut down because of copyright laws. Nowadays, SVOD platforms are more accessible than ever: Disney Plus, Apple TV, Netflix, HBO Max and Amazon Prime just to name a few. That said, with an Openload stream authorization or an Openload co-pairing, the internet users do not have to pay in order to access the content. Therefore, many people are using the Kodi app to stream TV series and movies while avoiding any subscription payments.
What’s an Openload Co-pair for Video Streaming with the Kodi Application?
Kodi is a free media player software application developed by a non-profit technology consortium, the XBMC Foundation. It enables the user to access a large quantity of audio-visual content for free through Openload stream authorization. Since the users do not have to pay anything, such a service is completely illegal under copyright laws (and inevitably at your own risks). This is also one of the main reasons that the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) is trying to take it down.
Users are still able to access the platform since the creators of Kodi started to use a special procedure for protecting the system by sending the users an error message. This way, the hackers or bots that are trying to shut the system down are not able to access the Openload co-pairing platform. From there, the users can simply fix the error message with the help of a little trick, which we will describe step by step down below.
Protection of Openload Stream Authorization
Openload co-pairing makes the system safe by prompting the following error messages when the user is trying to connect:
- Olpair error
- Openload.com/pair error.
The users then need to follow an easy procedure after which, he or she will be able to resume the Kodi app.
5 processes to resolve the error messages and reach Openload pairing
In order to use Openload pairing and watch your movies or TV series, you will have to follow the 5 following steps:
Step 1: Download and activate your VPN
Using a VPN offers you a secure IP address which means nobody can see what you are doing or which websites you are visiting. It can also keep the entire co-pairing safe. Moreover, this is also a way for Openload to know that you have a secure IP address, which will help you get through the next steps.
Step 2: Open a web browser page that supports HTML-5
To use Openload pairing with a safe system, the Openload stream creators had to come up with new shortcuts and commands that would technically make it look like the user is using an HTML-5 agreeable web browser. So in order to do so, the user has to download the latest software version that is compatible with these shortcuts and commands. There are many popular HTML-5 web browsers such as:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox.
They all support the new shortcuts and commands necessary for Openload.
Step 3: Enter https:/olpair.com/: directly into the web browser Bar
After opening the web browser, the user needs to type “https:/olpair.com/” in the address bar. Your IP address will be recognized and this will open a link to a co-pairing system on an Openload pair secure website and other websites of the host.
Step 4: Confirm the box “I am not a robot”
Openload protects itself against robots that could threaten its stream system. That is why the administrators of the system needed to add one more stop which is just a “I am not a robot” check box. In other words, the user only needs to click on a box to confirm that he or she is not a robot. Thereafter, there are nine images popping up asking the user to click on all the images that contain a particular element. Once that’s done, you are finally granted access to the service.
Step 5: Close the browser page
If the user manages to make it through all the above, it means that he or she has successfully entered the Openload stream for a limited time of four hours. Obviously, the user will have to close the web browser first, and then after 2 or 3 minutes, there will be a message showing that the user is now connected.
Well done, you’re all set and ready to go! However, make sure that your VPN does not get disconnected during the time you are using the app. If such a thing happens, then you are directly expelled from Openload and you need to go through the whole process again.