8. Sign in to the RingCentral Rooms controller and pair your host device
Once you’ve installed RingCentral Rooms on your controller and host device, sign in on both devices and pair the host device to the controller. This process seamlessly connects the two devices and eliminates the need for such peripherals as a mouse or a keyboard.
9. Finish setting up your RingCentral Rooms controller
Once you’ve paired the controller and host device, you can sign in to RingCentral Rooms on your controller and configure your Rooms settings.
Sign in to RingCentral Rooms on your controller.
Tap the Settings gear icon at the top right.
Configure your meeting settings as needed on the General settings page.
Tap Audio in the left panel.
Make sure you select the correct microphone and speaker.
Test your microphone and speaker, and adjust the levels accordingly.
Tap Video in the left panel.
Choose the conference room camera you’d like to connect to.
10. Start or join a RingCentral Video meeting to confirm that the upgrade was successful
Note: During migration, you can run either RingCentral Meetings Rooms or RingCentral Rooms on your Rooms controller, but you won’t be able to run them simultaneously.
If you currently have RingCentral Meetings Rooms, you’ll migrate to RingCentral Rooms. Your company admins will perform most of the required steps for this migration, but you’ll need to do a few things to make sure your meetings run smoothly.
Move your previously scheduled meetings to RingCentral Video