If you’re like me, you probably have a few different devices that you use at home – a laptop, a desktop, a smartphone, and maybe even a tablet. And if you’re like me, you also have a router that supports both 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies. But what if your Ring Doorbell 2 only supports the 2.4GHz frequency?
In this post, I’ll show you how to change your wifi connection on Ring Doorbell 2 from one router to another.
- Navigate to the settings menu on your Ring Doorbell 2
- Select the wifi network you wish to connect to from the list of available networks
- Enter the password for the selected wifi network
- Save your changes and exit the settings menu
How Do I Connect My Ring Doorbell 2 to a New Wifi?
Assuming you already have your Ring Doorbell 2 set up and are looking to connect it to a new WiFi network, here are the steps you need to follow:
1. Open the Ring app on your smartphone or tablet.
2. Tap the three lines in the top left corner of the main screen to open the menu.
3. Tap Devices. 4. Select your Ring Doorbell 2 from the list of devices. 5. Tap Change Location under where it says “Device is currently located at.”
6. Enter in the address or general location of where your doorbell will be installed (e.g., Home, Work, Mom’s House). This is so when people come to your door, their photo will show up with that location label next to it in the app. 7. Scroll down and tap Wifi Network under Connectivity Options and select which network you’d like your doorbell to connect to from the list of available networks (make sure this is indeed the new WiFi network you want to use).
8 If prompted, enter in the password for that network and then wait a few moments for your doorbell to connect – you should see a confirmation message letting you know that it’s been successful. That’s it!
How Do I Change Which Wifi Ring Doorbell is Connected To?
If you want to change the WiFi connection for your Ring Doorbell, it’s actually a pretty simple process. Here are the steps you’ll need to follow:
1. Open up the Ring app on your smartphone or tablet.
2. Tap on the “Devices” tab at the bottom of the screen. 3. Select the doorbell that you want to change the WiFi connection for. 4. Tap on “Change Connection” under the doorbell’s settings.
5. From here, you can select which WiFi network you want your Ring Doorbell to be connected to. Just make sure that it’s a 2.4 GHz network, as 5 GHz networks are not supported by Ring Doorbells at this time.
How Do You Reset a Ring Doorbell 2?
If you’re having trouble with your Ring Doorbell 2, you can try resetting it. This may help if the doorbell isn’t responding to button presses, or if it’s not connecting to your WiFi network. To reset your Ring Doorbell 2:
1. Remove the battery from the doorbell. 2. Press and hold the setup button for 20 seconds. 3. While still holding the setup button, insert the battery back into the doorbell and continue holding for another 30 seconds.
4. After a minute has passed, release the button and wait for your doorbell to restart itself. Once yourdoorbell has been reset, you’ll need to reconnect it to your WiFi network and set it up again from scratch.
Change Ring Doorbell 2 WIFI Network
Change Ring Doorbell Wifi Without Removing
If you need to change the wifi on your Ring Doorbell, it’s actually really easy to do without having to remove the doorbell! Here’s how:
1. First, open up the Ring app on your phone and go to the Devices tab.
2. Find your doorbell in the list of devices and tap on it. 3. On the next screen, scroll down and tap on “Change WiFi Network.” 4. Now just select the new wifi network you want to connect to from the list and enter in the password.
That’s it! Your Ring Doorbell will now be connected to the new wifi network.
If you need to change your WiFi connection on your Ring Doorbell 2, it’s a simple process. First, open the Ring app and go to the Devices tab. Then, select your doorbell from the list of devices.
Next, tap on the Connection type and choose WiFi. Finally, enter your new WiFi network information and hit Save. That’s it!
Your Ring Doorbell 2 will now be connected to your new WiFi network.