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How To Reset Ring Doorbell

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These days it seems that everyone has a home security system, with a good WiFi connection it is becoming more common to see these devices. Ring has an awesome platform with multiple types of cameras and features and an awesome user-friendly app. A lot of people use the ring doorbell for added security with their built-in camera so they can easily see who is at the front door or if their package has been delivered.

To reset a Ring doorbell, press and hold the orange/black button located on the device for 20 seconds and then release it. Once the button has been released, a light on the device will flash two times which will indicate that the reset was successful and has completed.

Resetting your Ring doorbell will reset all of its WiFi settings. If you are giving the device to someone else, then it is necessary to complete a reset so that all saved data and password information stored within the doorbell is erased and no longer saved. For those of you looking to reset your Ring doorbell to either erase data stored or restore functions that are no longer operating as they should, continue reading below to see how this can be done.

How To Reset Factory Reset Ring Doorbell Camera

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How to reset your Ring doorbell ultimately depends on which generation you have. It also depends on if you are giving the device to someone else or simply getting rid of the service or device. If you are changing ownership then there are a few more steps to follow in order to complete the reset process.

To reset your Ring doorbell to factory settings, you need to first remove the faceplate that covers the device. Then press and hold the reset button for 15 seconds and release it. The light will then flash a few times showing that it has been restored to factory settings..

Unfortunately there is not a way to remotely reset your Ring doorbell. It is currently necessary to be present with the Ring app and the doorbell to reconnect it to the WiFi. This is because the setup button needs to physically be pressed on the device in order for it to enter the setup mode using a wireless connection.

To get the most out of your Ring doorbell, you will want to utilize the “Motion Zones.” By using the app you can customize the area that you want to detect motion, schedule when not to detect motion, and change the frequency so as not to pick up constant alerts. This could be useful to keep any unwanted alerts such as traffic or people walking down the sidewalk.

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How To Reset Ring Doorbell After Charging Battery

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There are times when recharging your Ring doorbell isn’t enough. Occasionally your device will need a little more attention as it may get off the network or perform an update. You may need to follow the steps for a hard reset if it doesn’t come on after a charge, which can be found below.

To reset your Ring doorbell after charging the battery, hold down the reset button (orange or black) for at least 20 seconds. The light on the front will begin flashing to indicate the reset. It should then reconnect to the WiFi if no change to the network has been made.

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Sometimes a reset is needed if changing the battery doesn’t immediately restart your device. You can easily tell if your device is in setup mode because the light on the front will be spinning. At that point it will provide a temporary WiFi signal in order for you to connect it to your network, then your Ring doorbell is ready for use.

How To Reset Ring Doorbell WiFi Password

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It is a good idea to periodically change your network WiFi password for security reasons, as this prevents the device from being more easily hacked and keeps your doorbell safe and secure. When you change your network password you will also need to change it on your Ring doorbell. This can be done easily through its user-friendly app.

To reset your Ring doorbell WiFi password, go to the app, click the menu, then “Devices” and select “Ring Doorbell.”Click the gear icon and choose “Device Health.” Navigate towards the bottom of the screen and click on “Change WiFi Network” and continue to follow the instructions there in the app.

Your Ring doorbell will need to be connected to the WiFi in order to make these changes, otherwise a reset of the password will not be possible. In most cases where people change their network password, the most common reason is due to getting a new router or switching to a new wireless provider. Be sure to check that your new router supports your device by looking for the GHz supported.

How To Reset Ring Doorbell Internet Connection

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If you are having connection issues with your Ring doorbell this could be due to moving homes, changing your internet provider, or having too many devices connected to the same network causing the connection to be weak. To reconnect your device to the internet, you’ll follow some easy steps found in the Ring app once you have an available WiFi connection.

To reset your Ring doorbell internet connection, first,remove it from its mount. Log into the app, click “Menu” (3 lines), choose “Device Health,” then “Change WiFi Network”. Press the reset button on the back for 20 seconds, and using the app, pair your device once again.

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Your Ring doorbell will store your home WiFi signal and password once you have entered that info using the app. If your home loses power due to a storm or an outage it may be necessary to reset your device to regain that connection to your WiFi. A hard reset should not be necessary, just open the app to reconnect the doorbell.

If you are needing to reconnect because you have gotten a new router, make sure it provides the appropriate signal for your device to run. Most are not compatible with a 5 GHz, so double check what you are using. Next, you will need to use the app and set it up with your new router including the password as if you are doing it all for the first time. To do so, select WiFi network, enter your password and it should regain that connection and be set up.

How To Reset Ring Doorbell After Changing WiFi

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If you have recently changed internet providers or got a new router, causing you to have a new network connection, you will need to reset your Ring doorbell. With new WiFi, your device will not recognize the connection and not work properly, rendering your device useless until the WiFi has been connected and reset. To see how to reset a Ring doorbell after changing the WiFi, read on to see what steps need to be taken.

To reset your Ring doorbell after changing WiFi, first start by removing the doorbell from the mount. Log into the app, select “Menu” > “Device Health” > “Change Wi-fi Network”. Next, press and hold the reset button on the back for 20 seconds then use the app to pair the doorbell.

Assuming your WiFi router supports your Ring device, or devices, you will use the app to choose your WiFi network and plug in the password information. Once this is done your device will be ready to perform as normal. Anytime there is a change with your network you will want to follow these steps to continue service.

How To Reset Ring Doorbell Distance

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The Ring security system has many built in features that can make customizing your device simple and more effective. Some devices can be set when to come on, how long to shine the light, how bright the light should be when it is on, and to also no longer detect motion. Being able to customize these features is one of many reasons why this home security device’s popularity has grown so rapidly in recent years.

To reset your Ring doorbell distance, you can customize the motion zones. Using the app, go to “Devices,” “Motion Settings,” then “Motion Zones.” The app will then allow you to finalize the zones you want detecting any motion.

When you adjust your motion zone you will need to keep in mind any high traffic areas that will set off unwanted detections. The Ring doorbell comes with an option called Near Zone that allows you to set the zone to keep from picking up traffic passing by. It uses a horizontal area 5 to 15 feet in front of the camera that will give you less motion alerts such as traffic passing by your house.

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Another useful feature for your Ring doorbell is the “Motion Scheduling” feature. This will allow you to program your doorbell to not pick up any motion during the specified time(s). This could be important if you have a regularly scheduled daily or weekly event at your house such as a delivery or utility company visit.

How To Reset Ring Doorbell Extender

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When wanting to mount a Ring device that may be far away from your network router, you can install an extender that will allow more distance for your Ring devices to continue monitoring. This can be helpful for an outside building, garages or even within your home if you have multiple levels with several walls. To see how you can reset a Ring doorbell extender, take a look below to find out.

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To reset your Ring doorbell extender, first try plugging it in closer to the base station, if this doesn’t work then press and hold the pinhole reset button until the color changes. When it starts blinking green again, it should reconnect to the network and be reset.

The extender will provide a longer range for the base station’s Z-Wave signal to all of your devices. This extender will plug into the wall and have a maximum coverage range of 250 feet. To set up a range extender you will follow the same steps when adding any new device using the Ring app.

How To Reset Ring Doorbell Without Removing Faceplate

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You may need to reset your Ring doorbell but don’t want to take it off the mount. This is possible but be sure you understand that it will reset it back to factory settings just as a new device. This isn’t a big deal but will require you to get back in the app to set it up.

To reset your Ring doorbell without removing faceplate you will need to locate the reset button on the side. Press and hold the reset button for 20 seconds and the light it will start flashing. This indicates a hard reset of your doorbell and may take a few minutes to finish.

The faceplate of a Ring doorbell is used to protect the interior and will only need to be removed for very specific reasons, such as replacing the battery or completing a more complicated type or reset. Performing a regular reset by pressing the reset button should resolve any minor issues you are experiencing with your device and get things back into working order within a matter of minutes.

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To reset a Ring doorbell, press and hold the reset button for 20 seconds and it will begin blinking to indicate the reset. If a hard reset is needed, you will need to take the faceplate off and perform a hard reset which will erase any data and cause the device to go back to its factory settings.

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