You can not install directly to the Xbox One Kodi, but that does not, that you can not cheat a little.
If Xbox One is the center of your home entertainment setups, can the media play software, Code, integrate with a workaround. For some reason, you can install Kodi not just on the Xbox One. That's a little disappointing, considering, that of Xbox Media Center (XBMC), grew out of the original Xbox console days.
The Xbox One has an HDMI passthrough, so you can bend the rules a bit and connect a Kodi box, which you can then operate on the TV feature on the Xbox One console. That's one thing, which is plugged into the back of the TV. It's not as good as it runs on the Xbox One, but it is still a good option.
What you need
Ultimately, you need a small Kodi device for connection to the HDMI input on the back of the Xbox One. You could just on the pages of Amazon and get a generic box installed, but the downside there, that they run a terrible build of Android in general.
There is also the Amazon Fire TV Stick, which is nice and compact, has or when one or like to tinker, is the Raspberry Pi is also an option. If you go for one of these options, you need to establish yourself even, but that's really simple in both cases.
Our pals at Android Central have instructions, how do you deal with both going:
How do I install Kodi on a raspberry Pi
How do I install Kodi on an Amazon Fire TV Stick
Once you have your Code-Box have put into your Xbox, You only need to open the TV application and interact with. However, you need a remote control, because you actually control another device, not only a TV channel. If you used a dedicated box or Fire TV Stick, have you a hardware remote control.
If you used a raspberry Pi, you can shut down the hardware route or the software route with a Windows Mobile phone. The great thing about Kodi is, that it is open source, and people are free, to build all kinds of things for them. Other mobile platforms have official remote applications from the XBMC Foundation, but on Windows 10 You need to go third.
You have a few options to choose from. OSMC remote control is a simple, but well-made app for Raspberry Pi. If you are looking for a more detailed remote experience, Try something like mrRemote for Kodi. Both are free.
Download OSMC remote from the Windows Store now
Download mrRemote for Kodi from the Windows Store now
For hardware solutions, see the official OSMC remote from the people, to build the Raspberry Pi fork of Kodi with the same name. Or you can a cheap handheld wireless keyboard, as the Rii i8, we have previously checked. A keyboard gives you a faster experience, if you need to look in Kodi, but the OSMC remote control is nice for the resignation and surfing.
You may even be able, one of your Xbox Media Remotes, use in some cases. OSMC, for example, definitely has incorporated support, but you need the remote area in the settings on your particular build, to safely check.