Visitor pressing Video Doorbell Wired ding button.

Understanding Video Doorbell Wired Flashing Light Patterns

Learn the meaning behind different LED light colors and patterns to help you ensure your Ring Video Doorbell Wired is functioning properly. 

Review the chart below to see what LED light colors and patterns let you know when your Video Doorbell Wired has been pressed, is attempting to connect to wifi, downloading an update, and more.

This chart shows a Video Doorbell Wired with a silver faceplate. Your Video Doorbell Wired may have a removable black faceplate.

Flashing Light Pattern
Button press
LEDs around the button spin blue
Attempting to set up wifi, when the device doesn't have any saved wifi credentials.
LEDs around the button spin white
In the process of connecting to a network during setup
Blue light moving upwards
Firmware update in progress
White light flashing on and off
Booting up
Blue circle is flashing, one second on, one second off
Speaker enabled
Solid blue light
Successful set up
Four LEDs flash four times
Setup failed - password error 
(passwords are case sensitive)
Flashing white light at the top of the circle
Setup Failed - couldn't connect to Ring network (access point)
Flashing white light at the right of the circle
Failed setup - another reason
Flashing white light at the left of the circle
Factory restore
Short rapid flashing burst of blue light, then a spinning white circle