'I don't know what channel to get the kid's channel on': Adorable moment boy who couldn't find his favorite TV network uses his Ring d
‘I don’t know what channel to get the kid’s channel on’: Adorable moment boy who couldn’t find his favorite TV network uses his Ring doorbell camera to ask his dad while he was at work
- A young boy used his family’s ring camera to find his favorite TV channel
- The enterprising youngster managed to connect to his dad who was in work
- Footage shows the dad laughing at his boy’s method of communication
Leah Mcdonald For Dailymail.com
A boy needed help to find his favorite television show so he used the family’s Ring camera to get in touch with his dad.
The adorable youngster, who lives in Michigan, is seen in surveillance footage asking for his father’s assistance in locating the kid’s channel.
He was being cared for by his mother, who was across the street at her neighbor’s house.
An young boy (pictured) used his family’s ring camera to find his favorite TV channel
However the boy wanted to come home a bit early to watch some TV. According to Ring, the video was captured in November, but has recently resurfaced.
The father is heard speaking through the camera as he tried o explain the steps to his son.
He can also be heard laughing at his son’s choice of communication.
‘Okay, yeah, well you just gotta press the power button on the side of the TV. You know how to do that right.
The enterprising youngster managed to connect to his dad who was in work. He is seen here trying to catch a glimpse of his father
‘Yeah, but I don’t know what channel to get the kid’s channel on. Oh, man I think the kid’s channel is channel, maybe, 25.’
The little boy responds by saying: ‘I don’t know what channel 25 looks like!”
The father started laughing. After a few kisses into the camera and a goodbye telling each other ‘I love you,’ the son then ventured back into the home.
The boy then erupts into a fit of laughter when his father reacts to the way he has contacted him
Ring products are based on a simple principle and are used around existing home Wi-Fi network to create security in a user’s home.
Ring products use the free Ring app, available for Apple and Android devices, to alert a user whenever someone approaches a door or comes within a range of a security camera.
Users can then view an HD video stream of the person and speak to them using two-way audio communication.
The free Ring app also allows you to control all the other functions of your Ring devices such as floodlights and sirens and video recording.