How to change your Nest video doorbell ringtone to festive holiday sounds

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(Pocket-lint) - If you ain a Nest video doorbell, did you cognize you tin alteration its ringtone? Google offers seasonal ringtones for its doorbells, including holiday-themed tones for the period of December. They'll ringing some from the doorbell itself and immoderate Google Nest speakers oregon astute displays successful your home.  

Here's however to alteration your doorbell's ringtone to a festive vacation sound.

How to alteration your Google Nest video doorbell ringtone

You tin prime a caller ringtone nether settings successful the Google Home app for Nest Doorbell (battery) oregon the Nest app for the Nest Doorbell (wired).

  1. Open the latest mentation of the Google Home oregon Nest app connected your mobile device.
  2. Select your doorbell.
  3. Tap Settings.
  4. From here, you should spot the enactment to alteration your ringtone. 

Note: Ringtones are disposable globally connected the caller battery-powered and wired Google Nest Doorbell. The Google Nest Doorbell (battery) requires the Google Home app and a Google Account. It’s not compatible with the Nest app oregon the home.nest.com site.

Need much help? See Google's Support hub for much details.

Which vacation ringtones tin you try?

The caller ringtones see sounds and tunes for Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and more. You tin perceive them successful the video above.

When volition the vacation ringtones beryllium available?

Ringtones volition beryllium disposable successful some the Google Home App and Nest App starting 1 December 2021. On 4 January 2022, your doorbell's ringtone volition automatically revert backmost to a default tone. 

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