Real-Debrid Application Authorization

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    By enabling Real-Debrid, streaming apps and Kodi Addons will experience less buffering while using Real-Debrid.

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    Using Real-Debrid, on the other hand, ensures the best download links for media files and other content.

    Once Real-Debrid is activated in a Kodi add-on or streaming app, a slew of new sources and links become available.

    Users can watch buffer-free content with Real-Debrid by integrating it into their favourite streaming app for as little as $5/month.

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    Real-Debrid is often used in conjunction with streaming apps and Kodi add-ons to get the best picture and sound quality.

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    The Real-Debrid authorization code is given to you by the third-party application you are trying to connect your account to.

    Authorization codes are changing every 2 minutes and are different for each application that you want to authorize, therefore they are not reusable or supplied after payment.

    – To authorize a third-party application on your account, please go here : https://real-debrid.com/device

    – To view or delete authorizations previously made on your account, please go here : https://real-debrid.com/devices

    If you forgot your username, please use the associated function “Forgot my password” on our website : https://real-debrid.com/forgot

    Your username will be in the e-mail that will be sent to you. (Dear your_username)

    If you forgot your password or you can’t login, please use the associated function on our website : https://real-debrid.com/forgot

    Real-Debrid API Documentation
    Implementation details
    Methods are grouped by namespaces (e.g. “unrestrict”, “user”).
    Supported HTTP verbs are GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE. If your client does not support all HTTP verbs you can overide the verb with X-HTTP-Verb HTTP header.
    Unless specified otherwise in the method’s documentation, all successful API calls return an HTTP code 200 with a JSON object.
    Errors are returned with an HTTP code 4XX or 5XX, a JSON object with properties “error” (an error message) and “error_code” (optional, an integer).
    Every string passed to and from the API needs to be UTF-8 encoded. For maximum compatibility, normalize to Unicode Normalization Form C (NFC) before UTF-8 encoding.
    The API sends ETag headers and supports the If-None-Match header.
    Dates are formatted according to the Javascript method date.toJSON.
    Unless specified otherwise, all API methods require authentication.