https //real-debrid.com/device : Real-Debrid Application Authorization
By enabling Real-Debrid, streaming apps and Kodi Addons will experience less buffering while using Real-Debrid.
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.
Real-Debrid is often used in conjunction with streaming apps and Kodi add-ons to get the best picture and sound quality.
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
- 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.
- Unless specified otherwise, all API methods require authentication.
The Base URL of the Rest API is: