How to Reset my Ring Doorbell? The Ring Doorbell is essential for all smart-home that is very much easy to set up, easy to fix, and use. It is a remarkable smart security gadget that allows you to control function through your smartphone using a wireless connection.
It come in handy when you do need an extra security features in your home.
On the other hand, similar to most of the smart devices, it can be fussy and may need some troubleshooting from time to time when it malfunctions.
Is your Ring Doorbell having connectivity issues to your Wi-Fi? Or Are you trying to reset your Ring Doorbell for a new owner?
Whatever the case maybe, in case of failure to function properly, you will need to troubleshoot and reset your Ring Doorbell.
How to Reset my Ring Doorbell
Follow the below steps to reset the Ring Doorbell.
- For Ring Doorbell, press and hold the orange Reset button for around 15 seconds.
- For Ring Doorbell 2, on the front side of the camera, press and hold the black button.
- For Ring Doorbell Pro, you will see a black button on the right side of the camera, press and hold on it.
- Release the button after 15 seconds.
- If the device is resetting, the light on the front of the doorbell should flash a few times.
- Allow the device to complete the reset for about 5 minutes for the hard reset to be fully completed.
The light will goes off when the reset is totally completed.
How to change the Wi-Fi network on your Ring doorbell?
When you are either moving out or changed your network connection, it can also arise some trouble. It means your doorbell won’t work and need to know about the changes, if you have changed the router or the wifi connection.
Related read: 5 Easy Steps to Change Your WiFi Password and Username
Follow the below steps to change it:
- Take out the Ring device from the mounting.
- Visit the Ring App on your smartphone.
- Select the device you want to reset < Click on the Device Health.
- Tap on the “Change Wi-Fi Network” option and select the network.
- Press on the orange button on the back of the doorbell
Router Distance Ring Doorbell Troubleshooting
Note that the distance between your router and the Ring doorbell 2 does matters quite a lot. If you can’t help figure out what’s the problem, maybe try moving your Wi-Fi router closer to the main door and see if it connects.
The best possible way to check is by placing your router and the Ring Doorbell next to each other and see if it connects.
How to Reboot Ring Doorbell Pro
- Launch the Ring App on your smartphone.
- Visit the app settings < “Remove Device” button and tap on it.
- From the new screen, tap on the “Delete” button.
- Select on Delete to Confirm the removal from the device.
Once deleted, the Ring Doorbell will no longer appear on the Ring App. You can start setting up the Ring doorbell afresh.
How to troubleshoot WIFI error on the doorbell?
Sometimes there can be error and trouble connecting your Wi-Fi to the Ring device. Below are a few of the troubleshoot guide to solve the issue.
The ring doorbell requires around 2.4GHz of connection to work. So, make sure to check your wifi speed and if your connection speed is slow then consider changing your network provider or router.
The router keep running for months without resetting and sometimes the network signal can be effected by the heating up. So, sometimes it needs cooling down. Which is why it is recommended to switch off your router for around 15-20 minutes and then try restarting it.
If any of the above methods doesn’t work, you can always contact the Ring Technical Support and ask for what’s the issue with your Ring Doorbell.
How to reset Ring App password?
- Launch the Ring App and tap on the three lines located on the top left-hand side of the screen.
- Select “Account” < “Change Password”.
- Enter the current password in the current password box.
- Type in New password and then confirm the new password.
Hope this guide helps you with how to reset the ring doorbell. If you got more information that needs to be added to the article, let us know via the comments below.