Use a Ring Doorbell Pro with your Samsung smart TV
The Ring Doorbell Pro can send a live video feed of your front door right to your Samsung smart TV! This lets you keep an eye on things just in case someone is coming over or you’re expecting a package to be delivered. Just connect the Ring Doorbell Pro to both the Ring app and the SmartThings app on your phone, and then choose how to control it from your TV.
Note: The Ring Doorbell and Ring Doorbell 2 are not compatible with live video feeds. You will need to use the Ring Doorbell Pro.
The Ring Doorbell Pro will send videos to your TV using the Ring app and the SmartThings app. See the following list for compatible TVs.
2018 models NU7400 and later
2019 models RU7400 and later
2020 models TU8500 and later
Connect the Ring Doorbell Pro to your phone
Your Ring Doorbell Pro must be added to the Ring app and the SmartThings app. Then, you’ll be able to connect it to your TV.
Then, log into your Ring account. You can create an account if you don’t have one.
After logging in, tap Doorbell to add your Ring Doorbell Pro.
Tap the Devices tab, then tap Add (the plus sign), and then tap Add device.
Tap By device type and then swipe to the Devices/sensors section. Tap Doorbell, then tap Ring, and then select your doorbell. You can also tap By brand, tap Scan nearby, or search for your device.
Enter your Ring account information to connect your Ring Doorbell Pro.
To use the doorbell with your TV, you will need to turn on your TV and enable your preferred options from there. See the next section for more information.
Set up the Ring Doorbell Pro on your TV
Note: Samsung smart TV models NU7400 and later can display notifications and images for Ring Alerts and Motion Alerts. Older models will not display notifications or images.
Once your Ring Doorbell Pro is connected to the Ring app and also the SmartThings apps, it’s time to finish setting it up on your TV.
On your phone, navigate to and open the Ring app. Tap Doorbell, and then select the Ring Doorbell Pro from the list.
Select your preferred alerts by tapping the switch next to Ring Alerts or Motion Alerts.
Next, turn on your TV. Navigate to and open the SmartThings app, tap Menu (the three horizontal lines), tap the Settings icon, and then tap Notifications. Enable Ring Alerts or Motion Alerts by tapping the switch(es).
When Ring Alerts or Motion Alerts are triggered on the Ring Doorbell Pro, you’ll see a notification on your TV.
Your doorbell’s video output can be viewed on your TV at any time. Just select the video feed from the SmartThings Quick Launch bar or from the SmartThings app.
Review the troubleshooting tips below if you encounter issues when connecting your Ring Doorbell Pro to your TV. You can also visit the Ring Support page for more information on your Ring Doorbell Pro.
You must have a Ring app account in order to add your Ring Doorbell Pro to the SmartThings app. You can create an account in the Ring app.
Make sure you are using the Ring Doorbell Pro. The Ring Doorbell and Ring Doorbell 2 are not compatible with video streaming on a Samsung TV.
If you can’t see the Ring Doorbell Pro’s video feed on your TV, check if you can see it using the Ring app on your phone. If you can’t see it in the Ring app, you will need to contact your ISP provider for more information. However, if you can see the video feed in the Ring app but not on the TV, check that you have enabled the Ring Alert and Motion Alert options in the SmartThings app on your TV. You can also try clearing your TV’s cache by pressing and holding the Standby key on your remote.
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