Ring devices allows you to see, speak and hear visitors that are on your property. To do this, you need to allow the Ring app to access to your microphone and enable notifications.*
*Ring Alarm and all Ring Alarm accessories require a subscription for digital notifications, in-app features, digital arming/disarming, and integration with other Ring, Echo, and third party products. Subscription sold separately. View ring.com/protect-plans for pricing and details.
Accessing Device Microphones
If you want to learn how to access the microphone on your device click on the appropriate link below.
Settings and Device Notifications
Settings vary by phone but are represented by a gear icon.
For iOS (Apple) device notifications, click on the link below and look for the section on "seeing notifications for a specific app." Then, you can navigate to the Ring app on your Apple device and start getting notifications.
For Android device notifications, click on the link below and look for "turning notifications on or off for certain apps." Then, you can navigate to the Ring app on your device settings and start getting notifications.
Motion Zones and Motion Detection in the Ring App
If you're still having trouble after you've enabled notifications in your device settings, you may need to check Motion Zones and Notifications in your Ring app.
To learn about Ring battery-powered devices Motion Zones, Motion Detection and Notifications click here.
Wired Devices (with no batteries)
To learn more about Motion Zones, Motion Detection and Notifications for Ring hardwired and plug-in devices (that do not have a battery), click here.