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How to change WiFi on Ring doorbell

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How to change Wifi on ring doorbell ring app on phone

Sometimes, changing your router settings or even your WiFi connection can initiate a series of issues that one was not expecting. If you've been having connection problems, you might want to check our guide on Ring not connecting to WiFi, but if you're looking at how to change WiFi on the Ring doorbell, we are here to explain how.

The Ring doorbell series of smart products have been having quite a bit of success in the last few years, giving owners added security features, along with a direct live feed of whoever is in front of your door.

But in this guide, we will look at how to change WiFi on your Ring doorbell.

How to change WiFi on Ring doorbell

In order to change your WiFi (or settings), you need to use the Ring app on your smartphone or device first. Then follow these easy steps:

  • Tap on the menu icon in the top left;
  • Choose "Devices" and the doorbell you wish to modify the settings to;
  • Tap "Device Health";
  • Choose "Reconnect to Wifi" or "Change WiFi network".

Then you can easily reconnect it to your new WiFi or just try again if you have been having issues.

Does the Ring doorbell work without a WiFi connection?

The Ring series of products, along with the security cameras, need an active and working internet connection in order to provide their security features. Since they will detect motion and send a notification on your phone when that happens, without a connection you will lose these features.

The Ring doorbell also uses its led to provide notifications to the users, for example, you can read what it means when it's blinking blue. So, if you want to know at a glance, what's going on with your doorbell, you can open your front door and check if there are any issues with the connection.


That is all you need to know on how to change WiFi on your Ring doorbell. If you're interested in the security of your home, check out our guide on how to check WiFi security.

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