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Ring App Not Letting Me Sign In? Try These 14 Fixes

Sometimes the Ring app won’t let you log in no matter how many times you enter your username and password into the login field.

This page covers all the best ways to fix Ring login errors, including problems associated with internet connectivity, Ring accounts, app and operating systems, and more.

Note: The following tips on resolving login problems with the Ring app will fix the issues with Android and iPhone versions of the Ring app.

Why Can’t I Log in to Ring App?

Ring login errors are usually caused by internet connectivity problems or a glitch relating to the Ring app or the device that it’s installed on. Using the incorrect username or password is also a common cause behind Ring not letting you sign in.

How to Fix It When Ring App Is Not Letting You Sign In

Here are the top ways to fix Ring login errors and glitches. It’s best to work through these solutions in the order written as they’re organized from fastest and easiest to more complex and advanced.

1. Turn off Airplane mode. Airplane mode disables all Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity and can prevent your device from connecting to the Ring servers. You’ll find Airplane Mode in different places depending on whether you use Airplane Mode on an Android device or Airplane Mode on an iPhone.

2. Turn on or off Wi-Fi. If you’re using a smartphone, disable the Wi-Fi and use your cellular connection or vice versa. (Android, iPhone)

3. Check your app. Double-check that you’re using Ring. This seems like a simple tip, but you’d be surprised how often people open the wrong app by mistake.

4. Check your username and password. Double-check your Ring username and password. You may have accidentally made a typo when entering your login information.

5. Use another login method. Log in to Ring via Facebook, Google, or Apple. It’s possible that you never even used a password and username to log in to Ring in the past. Try each of these alternative login options and see if they work for you.

6. Fully close the Ring app. Close, don’t just minimize, the Ring app on your iPhone or Android device, wait a few seconds, and then re-open it again. Now try logging in to Ring. (Android, iPhone)

7. Reset your Ring password. On the Ring login screen, select Reset Password to have a new password emailed to you. This also works when you can’t log in to Ring through Facebook or Google.

Note: The link may be called Forgot your password depending on your device and app version.

8. Update the Ring app. If none of the above login tips work, you may need to update the Ring app on your device. Use the App Store to update the app on an iPhone or update the Android app.

9. Update your operating system. An out-of-date operating system may be impacted by a security issue that affects internet connectivity. Update your Android OS or update iOS on an iPhone.

10. Restart your device. Rebooting your Android or restarting your iPhone could fix your Ring login problem.

11. Clear the cached data on Android. If you can’t log in to Ring on an Android smartphone or tablet, clearing the cached data can help. You can also reset cached content on your iPhone. Clearing the cached app data on an Apple device can fix many app login errors.

12. Uninstall and reinstall Ring. Quickly delete the app from your iPhone or Android app and then reinstall it.

13. Use the Ring web version. If your Ring app is giving you issues, open an internet browser and access the web version of Ring.

14. Contact Ring support. If you’ve tried all of the above steps and you’re still having trouble signing in, contact Ring support for further assistance.

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