With the help of a smart ring, a person can ring any doorbell in their home without leaving the home or causing a nuisance.
But some residents have complained the smart ring is ineffective, and some say it is misleading.
The new smart ring that is being installed in the neighborhood is being touted as a safer and easier way to ring your doorbell.
Residents in the St. Louis suburb of Glenview, about 20 miles northeast of St. Charles, complained they were having trouble getting a phone signal.
“I’m a bit worried,” said resident Kristin Moore.
“I have to say I feel a little uneasy because they are using an electronic device that I do not want to have.
It’s not right.
My husband and I have been looking for this for a long time and we feel that if you have it, then it should be there.”
It was just a matter of time before the new smart doorbell was installed, said Moore.
When the doorbellbell rings, it vibrates the ring, which then opens to reveal the number that the person has dialed.
Once the door is opened, the person who dialed the door can enter their name and the phone number they dialed in order to ring the door.
In order to ensure that the phone is being called, the phone company installs a special security ring that connects to the smart phone.
The security ring uses a fingerprint sensor to unlock the door and a microphone to record the person’s voice.
According to a statement from the St Louis Metropolitan Police Department, the smart door ring will be installed on the front door of a home within five days.
Moore is skeptical that the smart-ring technology will be able to keep up with demand, even after the new security ring is installed.
“This is a new technology, so it’s a bit different than what we have before,” Moore said.
While Moore and others have been using the smart device, they are concerned that it will only be used for the first couple of weeks.
They say the smart technology will become obsolete within the next two years.
If the smart rings are not used in a timely manner, residents will have to go to the phone store to get their own smart-rings.
A spokesperson for the St Charles County Police Department told NBC News that the St Cloud Police Department will install the security ring, and that the department will be providing “consultation” with the residents.
As of press time, the St Lynx police department was not available for comment.