Instead of using Pulse, it is probably better to install the Supreme Build (it includes Covenant in that build, unlike Pulse which didn’t include Covenant) – Troy updated his guide to use the Supreme Build. If you follow that tutorial of Troy’s, he has put in the new information for you to use. I had installed Pulse (first time ever !!) and the next day discovered I needed to redo it since Pulse was becoming outdated. I was scared, but it went fine!! And to answer your question about getting back into Kodi, I believe once you install the Pulse Build (or any build for that matter) it changes the “look” of Kodi – so instead of trying to get back to Kodi, you would just go into Settings (or maybe it’s called Maintenance like it is on Titanium Build) to get to the settings. It is confusing, but the old Kodi interface goes away once you install a build. So on Pulse, instead of selecting Movies, you would look for Maintenance or Settings or something like that. I can’t remember what Pulse looks like now because I switched to Titanium. And it might be worth it to just install Titanium – start from scratch installing except you won’t have to install Downloader again. I hope this helps and I hope what I’m saying is correct! LOL.