Syncing your Ring devices with Alexa

Make your home smarter by getting your Ring devices to work with your Amazon Alexa-enabled device. Follow the links below for more information on using Alexa with Ring.

Ring devices are compatible with Alexa-enabled devices such as Echo Show, Echo Spot, Echo Dot, Fire Tablets (7 and above), Fire TV (2 and above), Fire TV Cube (1 and above), Fire TV Stick 4K, Fire TV Stick (2 and above), and Nebula Soundbar - Fire TV Edition.

These articles will guide you to all the information you need to get your Ring devices working with Alexa.

Before you begin:

If there is an update available for your Ring app, please update it. 

"Alexa, discover my devices."


To connect your Ring devices to your Alexa-supported device such as Echo Show, Fire TV or Fire Tablet, please follow the instruction in the below article.


"Alexa, do you work with Ring?"

If you're not sure whether your Ring device and your Alexa-enabled device will work together, we've got you covered. This article contains all of the Ring and Alexa devices that work together. 


"Alexa, show me the front door."

Your Ring Video Doorbell or Security Camera can show you who's at the front door with Alexa. Use Alexa to control your Ring Video Doorbell or Security Camera, and set up doorbell Announcement notifications.


"Alexa, talk to the living room."

Your front door isn't the only place where you can set up two-way communication. With Ring Security Cameras and Alexa, communication anywhere in your smart home is a simple request away. This article will discuss two-way communication through Amazon Echo devices. 


"Alexa, arm Ring."

With a Security Camera or Video Doorbell, Alexa can be an integral part of helping to keep your home secure. You can set modes for these devices with Alexa by using your voice.


Set up Alexa to do more!

The uses for Ring and Alexa are as unlimited as your imagination. Tap below to learn how to configure Alexa to do routines, work with Shared Users and more.


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