For starters it looks like the ring app has been updated on my phone.
I say this because the tiles are not in the same position.
Today the version is 3.34.0
This morning the doorbell is virtually dead.
The router shows it offline.
I cannot ping the static ip.
I have taken it off the outside wall into the house.
It feels cool to the touch. Outside temp is probably 50 or so.
When I press the button on the doorbell it rings but the ring does not light up. The app sees nothing.
The two red lights do not light up either.
Pressed the orange button for setup and tried to change the network.
Phone finds the ring ssid but it cannot connect.
Battery is 88% by the way.
Removed the device. Added a new device.
Once again it does not want to connect to the ring ssid.
I had to reset to the point the doorbell says ‘welcome to ring’
It connected automatically to the ring ssid.
The doorbell setup is complete.
My router, extender, doorbell and phone are all in the same room at the moment.
My rssi is -46.
I saw live view work.
A couple minutes later my router tells me the doorbell is now offline.
The device is now ping-able but the router still says it is offline.
Live view works and now my router says the doorbell is online.
Now the doorbell is offline again.
So my ring doorbell most defiantly goes to sleep / hibernates / goes into some sort of power saving mode. The time it takes to come out of that state would appears to be random and I suspect could very well be the reason motion detection and invoking live view are so iffy.
I would like to know (from ring engineering) if this is expected/acceptable behavior or is my ring doorbell a lemon ?