Yup, remove and reinstall the camera as outlined here;
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Your article sounds more like "blame the user". You need to fix your product. It appears that this is a widespread problem.
My router is less than ten feet away from my doorbell, yet I can't seem to get a good signal.
Please fix this, otherwise the doorbell is useless.
My husband has spent a significant amount of time working through every possible issue that could cause this with a RING Specialist whose only final solution was to send us two new cameras. He also did an extensive call with our WiFi provider who confirmed our speed is fine (currently 58).
Please update us IMMEDIATELY as to whether your servers are experiencing an issue or we should just accept that this product doesn't work.
Same here, look like Ring Doorbell is a mess. Look like i have this issues every 2 - 3 rings. The only solution which worked for me is to unmount the battery for a couple of seconds. After that it started to work again, for the next 2 or 3 rings. Then the same happened again.
If Ring will not fix this asap, i think i have to find another vendor.