There is no definitive answer to this question. Depending on the specific situation, deleting Ring footage may include deleting all of the footage, only some of it, or even none of it at all.
Yes, you can delete Ring alarm history by going to the My Account page and selecting the Delete Alarms tab.
To clear your Ring cache, first, uninstall the app and then delete all of the files and folders in your Ring account.
Yes, police can recover deleted Ring videos. However, it is important to note that deleted Ring videos are not always recoverable.
Ring does not keep deleted videos.
A Ring camera typically holds footage for 2-3 hours.
Ring videos are stored on the Ring app.
Yes, clearing the cache deletes all the data in the cache.
If you clear cached data, your computer will start to speed up and may not be able to process the next request.
Clear cache means that your computer is able to see the cached data from previous visits. This can help speed up your computer by reducing the time it takes to load pages from the internet.
Yes, the court can use Ring camera footage to prove that someone was unlawfully caught on camera.
There is no clear answer to this question as it depends on the specific situation. In general, Ring cameras are used for law enforcement purposes and as such, the footage may be used in court against individuals who are caught on camera. In some cases, the footage may also be used to investigate crimes or other legal issues.
No, Ring does not store any of your data.
To delete your Ring history on Android, open the Ring app and select “History” from the top left corner of the main screen. Under “History Type,” select “Deleted.
After 60 days, Ring videos will be deleted.