For the Fourth of July, Google’s updated and battery-operated Nest Doorbell is receiving a new trick. It will soon have a couple new ringtones to commemorate the occasion.

The Nest Doorbell is adding exclusive July 4th sounds, which are only available for a short period of time. The ringtones are only accessible through July 7, but a return the following year wouldn’t be unexpected.

God Bless America, The Star-Spangled Banner, and a ringtone that sounds like fireworks are among the three new ringtones.

God Bless America and The Star-Spangled Banner are two well-known songs that can be used to celebrate Independence Day. Try the fireworks theme tone, available from now until 7/7/2022, for a little additional enjoyment.

Notably, the older Nest Hello is not compatible with these ringtones; only the new Nest Doorbell is.

In fact, it looks that the option to modify the doorbell chime on that older device has been completely gone, as we are no longer able to find it in the app. That might be because Hello doesn’t have access to any holiday tones, though.

For owners of the new Nest Doorbell, you can change to the July 4th ringtones by entering the Doorbells settings in the Google Home app and doing so.

A few year-round ringtones are also accessible to consumers at all times with the new Nest Doorbell. All of those ringtones can be heard on smart screens that can also display a video sample from the doorbell and connected Google Assistant speakers in your house.

Along with this July 4th sound, Google is adding other festive ringtones to its new battery-operated Nest Doorbell.
As of right now, Google no longer updates the wired Nest Hello’s original ringtone.

A new Nest Doorbell that is only wired is expected to be released this year to replace the Nest Hello. It will enable 24/7 video recording, which the battery-powered model does not, and have a larger aspect ratio for the camera.

As part of a roundup of recent Nest ecosystem feature enhancements, Google unveiled the new ringtones. Included in this are the Look and Talk function for the Nest Hub Max, which was released more than two months ago, a fresh Assistant feature for Google TV, Alexa support for the most recent batch of Google Nest devices, and the option to establish favorites for the Google TV Live page.

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