Kyle kyle4jesus at gmail.com
Fri Nov 11 02:40:56 UTC 2016

Kodi doesn't work with any OS screen reader. You need the kodi screen 
reader addon, which you will be able to unzip inside Kodi's addons 
directory before you start it for the first time. Open up a terminal and 
execute the following commands before you start Kodi, being sure that 
you are working in your home directory.
mkdir -p .kodi/addons
cd .kodi/addons
unzip ~/service.xbmc.tts-1.0.6.zip

Now run kodi from the sound and video menu and it should come up 
speaking with its own screen reader. Hope this helps.
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