Toyota 2014 Corolla Owner's Manual

Toyota 2014 Corolla Owner's Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
QUICK GUIDE
11
2
BASIC FUNCTION
31
3
AUDIO SYSTEM
66
4
VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM
125
5
INFORMATION
135
6
PERIPHERAL MONITORING SYSTEM
143
7
PHONE
153
8
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
190
9
ENTUNE
259
INDEX
275
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Introduction
NAVIGATION SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
This manual explains the operation of the navigation system. Please read this
manual carefully to ensure proper use. Keep this manual in your vehicle at all
times.
The screen shots in this document and the actual screens of the navigation system differ depending on whether the functions and/or a contract existed and the
map data available at the time of producing this document.
Please be aware that the content of this manual may be different from the navigation system in some cases, such as when the system’s software is updated.
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NAVIGATION SYSTEM
The Navigation System is one of the most technologically advanced vehicle accessories ever developed. The system receives satellite signals from the Global
Positioning System (GPS) operated by the U.S. Department of Defense. Using
these signals and other vehicle sensors, the system indicates your present position and assists in locating a desired destination.
The navigation system is designed to select efficient routes from your present
starting location to your destination. The system is also designed to direct you
to a destination that is unfamiliar to you in an efficient manner. The system uses
AISIN AW maps. The calculated routes may not be the shortest nor the least
traffic congested. Your own personal local knowledge or “short cut” may at
times be faster than the calculated routes.
The navigation system’s database includes Point of Interest categories to allow
you to easily select destinations such as restaurants and hotels. If a destination
is not in the database, you can enter the street address or a major intersection
close to it and the system will guide you there.
The system will provide both a visual map and audio instructions. The audio instructions will announce the distance remaining and the direction to turn in when
approaching an intersection. These voice instructions will help you keep your
eyes on the road and are timed to provide enough time to allow you to maneuver, change lanes or slow down.
Please be aware that all current vehicle navigation systems have certain limitations that may affect their ability to perform properly. The accuracy of the vehicle’s position depends on satellite conditions, road configuration, vehicle
condition or other circumstances. For more information on the limitations of the
system, refer to page 254.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THIS MANUAL
For safety reasons, this manual indicates items requiring particular attention
with the following marks.
CAUTION
● This is a warning against anything which may cause injury to people if the warning is
ignored. You are informed about what you must or must not do in order to reduce the risk
of injury to yourself and others.
NOTICE
● This is a warning against anything which may cause damage to the vehicle or its equipment if the warning is ignored. You are informed about what you must or must not do in
order to avoid or reduce the risk of damage to your vehicle and its equipment.
SYMBOLS USED IN ILLUSTRATIONS
Safety symbol
The symbol of a circle with a slash through it means “Do not”, “Do not do
this” or “Do not let this happen”.
Arrows indicating operations
Indicates the action (pushing, turning,
etc.) used to operate switches and other
devices.
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HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL
No.
Name
Description
Operational
Outlines
An outline of the operation is explained.
Main Operations
The steps of an operation are explained.
Related Operations
A main operation’s supplementary operations are described.
Information
Useful information for the user is described.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTION
To use this system in the safest possible
manner, follow all the safety tips shown
below.
This system is intended to assist in reaching the destination and, if used properly,
can do so. The driver is solely responsible
for the safe operation of your vehicle and
the safety of your passengers.
Do not use any feature of this system to
the extent it becomes a distraction and
prevents safe driving. The first priority
while driving should always be the safe operation of the vehicle. While driving, be
sure to observe all traffic regulations.
Prior to the actual use of this system, learn
how to use it and become thoroughly familiar with it. Read the entire Navigation System Owner’s Manual to make sure you
understand the system. Do not allow other
people to use this system until they have
read and understood the instructions in
this manual.
For your safety, some functions may become inoperable when driving. Unavailable screen buttons are dimmed. Only
when the vehicle is not moving, can the
destination and route selection be done.
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CAUTION
● For safety, the driver should not operate
the navigation system while he/she is
driving. Insufficient attention to the road
and traffic may cause an accident.
● While driving, be sure to obey the traffic
regulations and maintain awareness of
the road conditions. If a traffic sign on
the road has been changed, route guidance may not have the updated information such as the direction of a one way
street.
While driving, listen to the voice instructions as much as possible and glance at
the screen briefly and only when it is safe.
However, do not totally rely on voice guidance. Use it just for reference. If the system cannot determine the current position
correctly, there is a possibility of incorrect,
late, or non-voice guidance.
The data in the system may occasionally
be incomplete. Road conditions, including
driving restrictions (no left turns, street closures, etc.) frequently change. Therefore,
before following any instructions from the
system, look to see whether the instruction
can be done safely and legally.
This system cannot warn about such
things as the safety of an area, condition of
streets, and availability of emergency services. If unsure about the safety of an area, do not drive into it. Under no
circumstances is this system a substitute
for the driver’s personal judgement.
Use this system only in locations where it
is legal to do so. Some states/provinces
may have laws prohibiting the use of video
and navigation screens next to the driver.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
QUICK GUIDE
1. BASIC FUNCTION........................... 12
2
BASIC FUNCTION
OVERVIEW BUTTONS ......................... 12
1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE
OPERATION.................................. 32
“Apps” SCREEN .................................... 14
INITIAL SCREEN ................................... 32
HOME SCREEN .................................... 16
TOUCH SCREEN GESTURES.............. 34
2. QUICK REFERENCE....................... 20
TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION ............ 35
“Setup” SCREEN ................................... 20
3. NAVIGATION OPERATION ............ 22
REGISTERING HOME .......................... 22
REGISTERING PRESET
DESTINATIONS.................................. 24
OPERATION FLOW:
GUIDING THE ROUTE ....................... 26
SETTING HOME AS
THE DESTINATION ............................ 27
4. FUNCTION INDEX........................... 28
FUNCTION INDEX ................................ 28
HOME SCREEN OPERATION .............. 36
ENTERING LETTERS AND
NUMBERS/LIST SCREEN
OPERATION........................................ 37
SCREEN ADJUSTMENT ....................... 40
2. Bluetooth® SETTINGS ................... 42
REGISTERING/CONNECTING
Bluetooth® DEVICE ............................. 42
SETTING Bluetooth® DETAILS ............. 46
3. OTHER SETTINGS ......................... 54
GENERAL SETTINGS ........................... 54
VOICE SETTINGS ................................. 59
VEHICLE SETTINGS ............................. 60
DRIVER SETTINGS............................... 61
MAINTENANCE ..................................... 62
8
3
AUDIO SYSTEM
5
INFORMATION
1. BASIC OPERATION........................ 68
1. VEHICLE INFORMATION............. 136
QUICK REFERENCE ............................ 68
FUEL CONSUMPTION........................ 136
SOME BASICS...................................... 70
2. OTHER USEFUL
INFORMATION............................ 138
2. RADIO OPERATION ....................... 75
RECEIVING DOPPLER
WEATHER INFORMATION .............. 138
AM/FM RADIO....................................... 75
XM Satellite Radio ................................. 84
1
2
RECEIVING TRAFFIC
MAP INFORMATION......................... 140
INTERNET RADIO ................................ 90
3. MEDIA OPERATION ....................... 91
DATA SERVICES SETTINGS ............. 141
3
CD ......................................................... 91
USB MEMORY ...................................... 94
iPod ....................................................... 98
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PERIPHERAL MONITORING
SYSTEM
4
Bluetooth® AUDIO ............................... 103
AUX ......................................................... 108
4. AUDIO REMOTE CONTROLS ...... 110
1. REAR VIEW MONITOR
SYSTEM ...................................... 144
STEERING SWITCHES ...................... 110
REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM ....... 144
5. SETUP ........................................... 113
REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM
PRECAUTIONS ................................ 146
AUDIO SETTINGS .............................. 113
6. TIPS FOR OPERATING
THE AUDIO SYSTEM .................. 115
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW .......... 151
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VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM
1. PHONE OPERATION
(HANDS-FREE SYSTEM
FOR CELLULAR PHONES)........ 154
1. VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM
OPERATION ................................ 126
QUICK REFERENCE .......................... 154
VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM.............. 126
CALLING ON THE Bluetooth®
PHONE.............................................. 158
CASUAL SPEECH
RECOGNIZATION ............................ 132
COMMAND LIST ................................. 133
6
PHONE
OPERATING INFORMATION ............. 115
4
5
7
8
SOME BASICS .................................... 155
RECEIVING ON THE Bluetooth®
PHONE.............................................. 163
TALKING ON THE Bluetooth®
PHONE.............................................. 164
Bluetooth® PHONE MESSAGE
FUNCTION ........................................ 167
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
2. SETUP ........................................... 172
PHONE/MESSAGE SETTINGS .......... 172
9
ENTUNE
3. WHAT TO DO IF... ........................ 184
1. ENTUNE OVERVIEW.................... 260
TROUBLESHOOTING......................... 184
ENTUNE SERVICE.............................. 260
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NAVIGATION SYSTEM
2. ENTUNE OPERATION.................. 265
Entune .................................................. 265
1. BASIC OPERATION...................... 192
3. SETUP........................................... 272
QUICK REFERENCE .......................... 192
ENTUNE SETTINGS............................ 272
MAP SCREEN OPERATION ............... 195
MAP SCREEN INFORMATION ........... 201
INDEX
TRAFFIC INFORMATION.................... 205
2. DESTINATION SEARCH............... 208
DESTINATION SEARCH SCREEN..... 208
SEARCH OPERATION........................ 210
STARTING ROUTE GUIDANCE ......... 220
3. ROUTE GUIDANCE....................... 224
ROUTE GUIDANCE SCREEN ............ 224
TYPICAL VOICE GUIDANCE
PROMPTS......................................... 229
EDITING ROUTE................................. 230
4. MEMORY POINTS......................... 235
MEMORY POINTS SETTINGS ........... 235
5. SETUP ........................................... 244
DETAILED NAVIGATION
SETTINGS ........................................ 244
TRAFFIC SETTINGS........................... 248
6. TIPS FOR THE NAVIGATION
SYSTEM ....................................... 254
GPS (GLOBAL POSITIONING
SYSTEM) .......................................... 254
MAP DATABASE VERSION AND
COVERED AREA.............................. 256
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ALPHABETICAL INDEX................... 276
1
QUICK GUIDE
1
1
BASIC FUNCTION
1. OVERVIEW BUTTONS ................. 12
2
2. “Apps” SCREEN .......................... 14
3. HOME SCREEN ............................ 16
3
STATUS DISPLAY................................. 18
4
2
QUICK REFERENCE
1. “Setup” SCREEN ......................... 20
3
5
NAVIGATION OPERATION
1. REGISTERING HOME .................. 22
2. REGISTERING PRESET
DESTINATIONS .......................... 24
6
7
3. OPERATION FLOW:
GUIDING THE ROUTE................ 26
8
4. SETTING HOME AS
THE DESTINATION .................... 27
9
4
FUNCTION INDEX
1. FUNCTION INDEX ........................ 28
11
1. BASIC FUNCTION
1. OVERVIEW BUTTONS
12
1. BASIC FUNCTION
No.
Function
Page
By touching the screen with your finger, you can control the selected
functions.
34
Insert a disc into this slot. The CD player turns on immediately.
72
®
Press to access the Bluetooth hands-free system.
1
153, 259
91
Press the “ ” or “ ” button to seek up or down for a radio station or to
access a desired track or file.
75, 84, 91,
94, 98, 103
MAP card slot
Do not eject the SD card, as doing so may deactivate the navigation
system.
191
Press to display the home screen.
16, 36
Press to display the “Apps” screen.
14
Press to access the audio system. The audio system turns on in the
last mode used.
68, 70, 71
Press the power/volume knob to turn navigation system on and off, and
turn it to adjust the volume.
70
Press to eject a disc.
72
QUICK GUIDE
Turn the tune/scroll knob to select a radio station or skip to the next or
previous track.
13
1. BASIC FUNCTION
2. “Apps” SCREEN
Press the “APPS” button to display the “Apps” screen.
14
1. BASIC FUNCTION
No.
Function
Page
Select to display the map screen.
192
Select to display the audio control screen.
68
Select to display the hands-free operation screen.
154
Select to display the “Messages” screen.
167
Select to display weather information.
138
1
 Select the desired application then
or
to reorder.
QUICK GUIDE
Select to reorder the applications.
71, 267
Select to display traffic incidents.
140
Select to display the “Setup” screen.
20
Select to update the applications.
266
Select to display the fuel consumption screen.
135
Select to display the “Maintenance” screen.
62
Select to display the application screen.
260
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1. BASIC FUNCTION
3. HOME SCREEN
Press the “HOME” button to display the home screen.
The home screen can display multiple information screens, such as the audio system screen and hands-free screen, simultaneously. When a screen is selected, the
selected screen is switched to a full-screen display. The home screen can be set
to either a three-way split screen or a two-way split screen.
For details about setting the home screen:  P.36
Three-way split screen
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1. BASIC FUNCTION
Two-way split screen
1
QUICK GUIDE
No.
Function
Page
Displays the condition of the Bluetooth® connection
18
Select to display the “Setup” screen.
20
17
1. BASIC FUNCTION
STATUS DISPLAY
The condition of the Bluetooth® connection, as well as the level of reception and
the amount of cellular phone battery charge left, are displayed on the status display.
No.
Indicators
Conditions
No connection
The condition of
the
Bluetooth®
connection
The level of reception
18
(Gray)
Poor
(Blue)
Good
 An antenna for the Bluetooth® connection is built into the instrument panel. The condition of the Bluetooth® connection may deteriorate and the system may not function when a Bluetooth® phone
is used in the following conditions and/or places:
The cellular phone is obstructed by certain objects (such as when
it is behind the seat or in the glove box or console box).
The cellular phone is touching or is covered with metal materials.
 Leave the Bluetooth® phone in a place where the condition of the
Bluetooth® connection is good.
Poor
Excellent
 The level of reception does not always correspond with the level
displayed on the cellular phone. The level of reception may not be
displayed depending on the phone you have.
When the cellular phone is out of the service area or in a place
inaccessible by radio waves, “No Service” is displayed.
 “Rm” is displayed when receiving in a roaming area. While roaming, display “Rm” top-left on the icon.
 The receiving area may not be displayed depending on the type of
phone you have.
1. BASIC FUNCTION
No.
Conditions
The amount of
battery
charge
left
Empty
Full
 The amount displayed does not always correspond with the
amount displayed on the Bluetooth® device.
The amount of battery charge left may not be displayed depending on the type of the Bluetooth® device connected.
This system does not have a charging function.
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1
QUICK GUIDE
Indicators
2. QUICK REFERENCE
1. “Setup” SCREEN
The items shown on the “Setup” screen can be set. Press the “APPS” button, then
select “Setup” to display the “Setup” screen.
20
2. QUICK REFERENCE
No.
Page
Select to change the selected language, operation sound, automatic
screen change settings, etc.
54
Select to customize the home screen.
36
Select to set the voice settings.
59
Select to adjust the contrast and brightness of the screens.
40
Select to set memory points (home, preset destinations, address book
entries, areas to avoid), navigation details or to delete previous destinations.
1
QUICK GUIDE
Function
235, 244
Select to turn the screen off.

Select to set audio settings.
113
Select to set the phone sound, contacts, message settings, etc.
172
Select to set Bluetooth® phones and Bluetooth® audio devices.
46
Select to set Entune settings.
272
Select to set data services settings.
141
Select to link the driver’s cellular phone settings (audio presets, language, etc.).
61
Select to set vehicle information.
135
Select to set traffic information.
248
21
3. NAVIGATION OPERATION
1. REGISTERING HOME
1
2
3
22
Press the “APPS” button.
4
Select “Go Home”.
5
Select “Yes”.
6
There are different kinds of methods to search for your home.
(P.208)
Select “Navigation”.
Select “Dest.”.
3. NAVIGATION OPERATION
7
Select “Enter”.
1
QUICK GUIDE
8
Select “OK”.
Registration of home is complete.
Registering home in a different way
P.236
Editing the name, location, phone number and icon
P.236
Setting home as the destination
P.211
23
3. NAVIGATION OPERATION
2. REGISTERING PRESET DESTINATIONS
1
Press the “APPS” button.
2
Select “Navigation”.
3
24
Select “Dest.”.
4
Select one of the preset destination buttons.
5
Select “Yes”.
6
There are different kinds of methods to search for a destination.
(P.208)
3. NAVIGATION OPERATION
7
Select “Enter”.
8
Select “OK”.
Registration of preset destinations is
complete.
1
QUICK GUIDE
Registering preset destinations in a different way
P.237
Editing the name, location, phone number and icon
P.238
Setting preset destinations as the destination
P.211
25
3. NAVIGATION OPERATION
3. OPERATION FLOW: GUIDING THE ROUTE
1
Press the “APPS” button.
5
Select “Go”.
6
2
Select “Navigation”.
Select “OK”.
Selecting routes other than the one recommended (P.220)
Guidance to the destination is displayed
on the screen and can be heard via
voice guidance.
3
Select “Dest.”.
4
There are different kinds of methods to search for a destination.
(P.208)
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3. NAVIGATION OPERATION
4. SETTING HOME AS THE DESTINATION
1
Press the “APPS” button.
5 Select “OK”.
Selecting routes other than the one recommended (P.220)
Guidance to the destination is displayed
on the screen and can be heard via 1
voice guidance.
QUICK GUIDE
2
Select “Navigation”.
3
Select “Dest.”.
4
Select “Go Home”.
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4. FUNCTION INDEX
1. FUNCTION INDEX
Map
Displaying maps
Page
Viewing the map screen
192
Displaying the current position
195
Viewing the current position vicinity map
199
Changing the scale
195
Changing the map orientation
196
Displaying Points of Interest
201
Displaying the estimated travel/arrival time to the destination
224
Selecting the map mode
197
Displaying traffic information
205
Searching for destinations
Page
Searching for the destination
210
Changing the search area
211
Route guidance
Before starting or during route guidance
Page
Starting route guide
220
Editing the route
230
Viewing the entire route map
225
Address book
Page
Registering address book entries
239
Marking icons on the map
240
Pausing guidance
223
Adjusting route guidance volume
59
Deleting the destination
231
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4. FUNCTION INDEX
Useful functions
Information
Displaying vehicle maintenance
Page
62
1
Hands-free system (for cellular phone)
®
42
Making a call on a Bluetooth phone
158
Receiving a call on the Bluetooth® phone
163
Voice command system
Operating the system with your voice
Peripheral monitoring system
Viewing behind the rear of the vehicle
QUICK GUIDE
Registering/connecting Bluetooth® phone
Page
Page
126
Page
144
29
4. FUNCTION INDEX
30
2
BASIC FUNCTION
1
®
1
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE
OPERATION
2. SETTING Bluetooth DETAILS ... 46
“Bluetooth Setup” SCREEN ................... 46
REGISTERING A Bluetooth®
DEVICE ............................................... 47
1. INITIAL SCREEN ........................... 32
2
DELETING A Bluetooth® DEVICE ......... 48
2. TOUCH SCREEN GESTURES ...... 34
CONNECTING A Bluetooth®
DEVICE ............................................... 49
3. TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION .... 35
EDITING THE Bluetooth® DEVICE
INFORMATION ................................... 50
4. HOME SCREEN OPERATION ...... 36
“Bluetooth Settings” SCREEN ............... 52
5. ENTERING LETTERS AND
NUMBERS/LIST SCREEN
OPERATION ................................ 37
3
3
OTHER SETTINGS
4
5
ENTERING LETTERS AND
NUMBERS .......................................... 37
1. GENERAL SETTINGS .................. 54
LIST SCREEN ....................................... 37
GENERAL SETTINGS SCREEN ........... 54
6. SCREEN ADJUSTMENT ............... 40
2. VOICE SETTINGS......................... 59
6
VOICE SETTINGS SCREEN ................. 59
2
Bluetooth® SETTINGS
1. REGISTERING/CONNECTING
Bluetooth® DEVICE .................... 42
Bluetooth®
REGISTERING A
PHONE
FOR THE FIRST TIME ....................... 42
REGISTERING A Bluetooth® AUDIO
PLAYER FOR THE FIRST TIME ........ 43
3. VEHICLE SETTINGS .................... 60
7
4. DRIVER SETTINGS ...................... 61
MANUALLY SELECT LINKED
SETTINGS .......................................... 61
8
5. MAINTENANCE ............................ 62
9
PROFILES ............................................. 44
CERTIFICATION ................................... 45
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1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION
1. INITIAL SCREEN
1
When the engine switch is in ACCESSORY or ON <IGNITION ON> mode,
the initial screen will be displayed and
the system will begin operating.
MAINTENANCE INFORMATION
This system reminds users when to replace certain parts or components and
shows dealer information (if registered) on the screen.
When the vehicle reaches a previously
set driving distance or date specified
for a scheduled maintenance check,
the “Maintenance Reminder” screen
will be displayed when the navigation
system is turned on.
 Images shown on the initial screen can
be changed to suit individual preferences. (P.57.)
 After a few seconds, the “Caution” screen
will be displayed.
 After about 5 seconds, the “Caution”
screen automatically switches to the next
screen. (Select “Continue” or press the
“HOME” button to display the home
screen.)
CAUTION
● When the vehicle is stopped with the
engine running, always apply the parking brake for safety.
 The screen goes off if the screen is not
operated for several seconds.
 To prevent the screen from being displayed again, select “Do Not Tell Me
Again”.
 To register maintenance information:
P.62
 If
is selected, the registered
phone number can be called.
32
1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION
RESTARTING THE SYSTEM
When system response is extremely
slow, the system can be restarted.
1
Press and hold the “PWR/VOL” knob
for 3 seconds or more.
2
BASIC FUNCTION
33
1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION
2. TOUCH SCREEN GESTURES
Operations are performed by touching the touch screen directly with your finger.
Operation method
Outline
Main use
Touch
Quickly touch and release
once.
Changing and selecting various settings.
Drag*
Touch the screen with
your finger, and move the
screen to the desired position.
Flick*
Quickly move the screen
by flicking with your finger.
 Scrolling the lists
 Using scroll bar in lists
 Adjusting the zoom bar of the map
 Moving position of elements in the
stopover/destination list
 Scrolling the main screen page
 Returning to the menu screen from
the sub-menu screen (screen one
level below)
 Going to the next/previous traffic
message in the details view
 Going to the next/previous route
segment in the full screen view
(turn list)
*: The above operations may not be performed on all screens.
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1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION
3. TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION
This system is operated mainly by the
buttons on the screen. (Referred to as
screen buttons in this manual.)
 When a screen button is touched, a
beep sounds. (To set the beep sound,
see page 54.)
2
NOTICE
BASIC FUNCTION
● To prevent damaging the screen, lightly
touch the screen buttons with your finger.
● Do not use objects other than your finger
to touch the screen.
● Wipe off fingerprints using a glass cleaning cloth. Do not use chemical cleaners
to clean the screen, as they may damage the touch screen.
INFORMATION
● If the system does not respond to touching a screen button, move your finger
away from the screen and then touch it
again.
● Dimmed screen buttons cannot be operated.
● The displayed image may become
darker and moving images may be
slightly distorted when the screen is
cold.
● In extremely cold conditions, the map
may not be displayed and the data input
by a user may be deleted. Also, the
screen buttons may be harder than
usual to depress.
● When you look at the screen through
polarized material such as polarized
sunglasses, the screen may be dark and
hard to see. If so, look at the screen
from different angles, adjust the screen
settings on the “Display Settings” screen
or take off your sunglasses.
35
1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION
4. HOME SCREEN OPERATION
The home screen can display multiple
information screens, such as the audio
system screen and hands-free screen,
simultaneously.
1
2
Press the “HOME” button.
“Home” screen is displayed.
 When a screen is selected, the selected
screen will change to a full-screen display.
CUSTOMIZING THE HOME
SCREEN
The display items/area on the home
screen can be changed.
1
Select
2
Select “Home Screen”.
.
 Select “Two Panel” or “Three Panel”.
3
4
5
Select the desired area.
Select the desired item.
Select “OK”.
INFORMATION
● When the selected item is already being
displayed and another area is selected
for that item, the item that it is replacing
will be displayed in the original item’s
location.
36
1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION
5. ENTERING LETTERS AND NUMBERS/LIST SCREEN OPERATION
When searching for an address, name,
etc., or entering data, letters and numbers can be entered via the screen.
LIST SCREEN
The list screen may be displayed after
entering characters.
ENTERING LETTERS AND
NUMBERS
DISPLAYING THE LIST
1
Function
Select to enter desired characters.
Text field. Entered character(s) will
be displayed.
During entering character(s), when
there is only one available option for
the next character(s), the next character(s) will be displayed in gray text
in the text field automatically. Gray
text is entered by selecting this button.
2
 Matching items from the database are
listed even if the entered address or name
is incomplete.
 The list will be displayed automatically if
the maximum number of characters is
entered or matching items can be displayed on a single list screen.
Select to erase one character. Select
and hold to continue erasing characters.
Select to display the alphabet keys.
Select to display other symbols.
 On certain letter entry screens, letters can
be entered in upper or lower case.
INFORMATION
● The number of matching items is shown
on the right side of the screen. If the
number of matching items is more than
999, the system displays “” on the
screen.
: Select to enter in lower case.
: Select to enter in upper case.
 Keyboard layout can be changed.
(P.54)
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BASIC FUNCTION
No.
Enter characters and select “OK”.
1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION
■SELECTING ALL ITEMS
Some lists contain “Select All”. If “Select All” is selected, it is possible to
select all items.
1
LIST SCREEN OPERATION
When a list is displayed, use the appropriate screen button to scroll through
the list.
Select “Select All”.
“Unselect All”: Unselect all items in the
list.
Icon
Function
Select to skip to the next or previous page.
Select and hold
or
to
scroll through the displayed list.
This indicates the
screen’s position.
If
displayed
appears to the right of an
item name, the complete name is
too long to display.
Select
to scroll to the end of
the name.
Select
to move to the begin-
ning of the name.
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1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION
SORTING
The order of a list displayed on the
screen can be sorted in the order of
distance from the current location,
date, category, etc.
1
Select “Sort”.
CHARACTER JUMP BUTTONS
IN LISTS
Some lists contain character screen
buttons, “ABC”, “DEF” etc., which allow a direct jump to list entries that begin with the same letter as the
character screen button.
1
2
BASIC FUNCTION
2
Select the desired character jump buttons.
Select the desired sorting criteria.
INFORMATION
● Every time the same character screen
button is selected, the list starting with
the subsequent character is displayed.
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1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION
6. SCREEN ADJUSTMENT
The contrast and brightness of the
screen display and the image of the
camera display can be adjusted. The
screen can also be changed to either
day or night mode.
1
Press the “APPS” button.
INFORMATION
● When the screen is viewed through
polarized sunglasses, a rainbow pattern
may appear on the screen due to optical
characteristics of the screen. If this is
disturbing, please operate the screen
without polarized sunglasses.
CHANGING BETWEEN DAY
AND NIGHT MODE
Depending on the position of the headlight switch, the screen changes to day
or night mode. This feature is available
when the headlight is switched on.
2
3
4
1
INFORMATION
Select “Display”.
● If the screen is set to day mode with the
headlight switch turned on, this condition
is memorized even with the engine
turned off.
Select the items to be set.
No.
Function
Page
Select to adjust the screen
display.
41
Select to adjust the camera
display.
Select to turn day mode on/
off.
40
Select “Day Mode”.
Select “Setup”.
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1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION
ADJUSTING THE CONTRAST/
BRIGHTNESS
The contrast and brightness of the
screen can be adjusted according to
the brightness of your surroundings.
1
2
Select “General” or “Camera”.
2
Select the desired item.
General
BASIC FUNCTION
Camera
Screen button
Function
“Brightness” “+”
Select to brighten the
screen.
“Brightness” “-”
Select to darken the
screen.
“Contrast” “+”
Select to strengthen the
contrast of the screen.
“Contrast” “-”
Select to weaken the
contrast of the screen.
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2. Bluetooth® SETTINGS
1. REGISTERING/CONNECTING Bluetooth® DEVICE
REGISTERING A Bluetooth®
PHONE FOR THE FIRST TIME
5
To use the hands-free system, it is
necessary to register a Bluetooth®
phone with the system.
When this screen is displayed, search
for the device name displayed on this
screen on the screen of your
Bluetooth® device.
Once the phone has been registered, it
is possible to use the hands-free system.
For details about registering
Bluetooth® device: P.47
a
1
Turn the Bluetooth® connection setting
of your cellular phone on.
2
Press the “APPS” button.
 For details about operating the Bluetooth®
device, see the manual that comes with it.
 To cancel the registration, select “Cancel”.
6
Register the Bluetooth® device using
your Bluetooth® device.
3
 A PIN-code is not required for SSP
(Secure Simple Pairing) compatible
Bluetooth® devices. Depending on the
type of Bluetooth® device being connected, a message confirming registration may be displayed on the Bluetooth®
device’s screen. Respond and operate the
Bluetooth® device according to the confirmation message.
Select “Phone”.
 Operations up to this point can also be
performed by pressing the
the steering wheel or
instrument panel.
4
42
switch on
switch on the
Select “Yes” to register a phone.
2. Bluetooth® SETTINGS
7
Check that the screen is displayed
when registration is complete.
 The system waits for connection requests
coming from the registered device.
 At this stage, the Bluetooth® functions are
not yet available.
8
Select “OK” when the connection status changes from “Connecting...” to
“Connected”.
REGISTERING A Bluetooth®
AUDIO PLAYER FOR THE
FIRST TIME
To use the Bluetooth® Audio, it is necessary to register an audio player with
the system.
This operation cannot be performed
while driving.
For details about registering
Bluetooth® device: P.47
 If an error message is displayed, follow
the guidance on the screen to try again.
1
a
Turn the Bluetooth® connection setting
of your audio player on.
 This function is not available when the
Bluetooth® connection setting of your
audio player is set to off.
2
Press the “AUDIO” button.
3
Select “Source” on the audio control
screen.
4
5
6
7
Select “
Audio”.
Select “Connect”.
Select “Yes” to register a audio player.
Follow the steps in “REGISTERING A
Bluetooth® DEVICE” from “STEP 2”.
(P.47)
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2
BASIC FUNCTION
Once the player has been registered, it
is possible to use the Bluetooth® Audio.
2. Bluetooth® SETTINGS
PROFILES
This system supports the following services.
Bluetooth®
Device
Bluetooth®
Phone/
Bluetooth®
Audio
Player
Spec.
Bluetooth® Specification
Bluetooth®
Device
Profile
HFP (Hands-Free Profile)
Function
Registering
a
Bluetooth®
vice
de-
Function
Hands-free
system
OPP (Object Push Profile)
Bluetooth
Phone
®
Bluetooth®
Audio
Player
PBAP (Phone Book Access Pro-file)
Transferring the
contacts
Requirements
Recommendations
Ver. 2.0
Ver. 3.0
+EDR
Requirements
Recommendations
Ver. 1.0
Ver. 1.6
Ver. 1.1
Ver. 1.2
Ver. 1.0
Ver. 1.1
MAP (Message Access
Profile)
Bluetooth®
phone message

Ver. 1.0
SPP (Serial Port Profile)
Entune function

Ver. 1.1
Ver. 1.0
Ver. 1.2
Ver. 1.0
Ver. 1.4
A2DP (Advanced Audio
Distribution Profile)
AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
Bluetooth® audio
system
INFORMATION
● If your cellular phone does not support HFP, registering the Bluetooth® phone or using
OPP, PBAP, MAP or SPP profiles individually will not be possible.
● If the connected Bluetooth® device version is older than recommended or incompatible,
the Bluetooth® device function may not work properly.
● Refer to http://www.toyota.com/entune/enside.html to find approved Bluetooth® phones
for this system.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned Bluetooth SIG,
Inc. and any use of such marks by Fujitsu Ten Limited is under license. Other trademarks
and trade names are those of their respective owners.
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2. Bluetooth® SETTINGS
CERTIFICATION
U.S.A.
CAUTION
● FCC WARNING: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
● CAUTION: Radio Frequency Radiation
Exposure
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for uncontrolled equipment and meets the FCC
radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65. This
equipment has very low levels of RF
energy that it deemed to comply without
maximum permissive exposure evaluation (MPE). But it is desirable that it
should be installed and operated with at
least 20cm and more between the radiator and person's body (excluding
extremities: hands, wrists, feet and
ankles).
● Co-location: This transmitter must not be
co-located or operated in conjunction
with any other antenna or transmitter.
 IC: 2024B-FT0044C
 This device complies with Industry
Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device
may not cause interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference,
including interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device.
CAUTION
● CAUTION: Radio Frequency Radiation
Exposure
This equipment complies with IC radiation exposure limits set forth for uncontrolled equipment and meets RSS-102
of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure
rules.
This equipment has very low levels of
RF energy that it deemed to comply
without maximum permissive exposure
evaluation (MPE).
But it is desirable that it should be
installed and operated with at least
20cm and more between the radiator
and person's body (excluding extremities: hands, wrists, feet and ankles).
● The Bluetooth* antenna cannot be
removed (or replaced) by user.
Mexico
 La operación de este equipo está
sujeta a las siguientes dos
condiciones: (1) es posible que este
equipo o dispositivo no cause
interferencia perjudicial y (2) este
equipo o dispositivo debe aceptar
cualquier interferencia, incluyendo
la que pueda causar su operación
no deseada.
*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
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2
BASIC FUNCTION
 FCC ID: BABFT0044C
 This device complies with part 15 of the
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any
interference
received,
including
interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Canada
2. Bluetooth® SETTINGS
2. SETTING Bluetooth® DETAILS
1
Press the “APPS” button.
2
3
4
Select “Setup”.
“Bluetooth* Setup” SCREEN
Function
Registering a
Select “Bluetooth*”.
Select the desired item to be set.
Page
Bluetooth®
device
47
Deleting a Bluetooth® device
48
Connecting a Bluetooth® device
49
Editing the
mation
Bluetooth®
device infor-
Bluetooth® system settings
50
52
*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
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2. Bluetooth® SETTINGS
DISPLAYING THE “Bluetooth*
Setup” SCREEN IN A
DIFFERENT WAY
1
2
3
4
Press the “APPS” button.
Select “Setup”.
Select “Phone”.
Select “Connect Phone”.
REGISTERING A Bluetooth®
DEVICE
Up to 5 Bluetooth® devices can be registered.
Bluetooth® compatible phones (HFP)
and audio players (AVP) can be registered simultaneously.
1
Display the “Bluetooth* Setup” screen.
(P.46)
2
Select “Add”.
When another Bluetooth® device is connected
 To disconnect the Bluetooth® device,
select “Yes”.
When 5 Bluetooth® devices have already been registered
 A registered device needs to be replaced.
Select “Yes”, and select the device to be
replaced.
3
When this screen is displayed, search
for the device name displayed on this
screen on the screen of your
Bluetooth® device.
*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
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BASIC FUNCTION
This operation cannot be performed
while driving.
2
2. Bluetooth® SETTINGS
 For details about operating the Bluetooth®
device, see the manual that comes with it.
 To cancel the registration, select “Cancel”.
4
Register the Bluetooth® device using
your Bluetooth® device.
 A PIN-code is not required for SSP
(Secure Simple Pairing) compatible
Bluetooth® devices. Depending on the
type of Bluetooth® device being connected, a message confirming registration may be displayed on the Bluetooth®
device’s screen. Respond and operate the
Bluetooth® device according to the confirmation message.
5
Check that the screen is displayed
when registration is complete.
 The system waits for connection requests
coming from the registered device.
 At this stage, the Bluetooth® functions are
not yet available.
6
Select “OK” when the connection status changes from “Connecting...” to
“Connected”.
DELETING A Bluetooth®
DEVICE
1
Display the “Bluetooth* Setup” screen.
(P.46)
2
3
Select “Remove”.
4
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
5
Check that a confirmation screen is
displayed when the operation is complete.
Select the desired device.
INFORMATION
● When deleting a Bluetooth® phone, the
contact data will be deleted at the same
time.
*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
 If an error message is displayed, follow
the guidance on the screen to try again.
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2. Bluetooth® SETTINGS
CONNECTING A Bluetooth®
DEVICE
Up to 5 Bluetooth® devices (Phones
(HFP) and audio players (AVP)) can be
registered.
If more than 1 Bluetooth® device has
been registered, select which device to
connect to.
Display the “Bluetooth* Setup” screen.
(P.46)
2
Select the device to be connected.
● It may take time if the device connection
is carried out during Bluetooth® audio
playback.
● Depending on the type of Bluetooth®
device being connected, it may be necessary to perform additional steps on
the device.
2
BASIC FUNCTION
1
INFORMATION
 Supported profile icons will be displayed.
: Phone
: Audio player
: Phone/Entune service
 Supported profile icons for currently connected devices will illuminate.
 Dimmed icons can be selected to connect
to the phone/audio function directly.
 If the desired Bluetooth® device is not
on the list, select “Add” to register the
device. (P.47)
*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
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2. Bluetooth® SETTINGS
■AUTO CONNECTION MODE
To turn auto connection mode on, set
“Bluetooth* Power” to on. (P.52)
Leave the Bluetooth® device in a location where the connection can be established.
 When the engine switch is in ACCESSORY or ON <IGNITION ON> mode, the
system searches for a nearby registered
device.
 The system will connect with the registered device that was last connected, if it
is nearby.
EDITING THE Bluetooth®
DEVICE INFORMATION
The Bluetooth® device’s information
can be displayed on the screen. The
displayed information can be edited.
1
Display the “Bluetooth* Setup” screen.
(P.46)
2
3
Select the desired device to be edited.
4
Confirm and change the Bluetooth®
device information.
Select “Device Info”.
■CONNECTING MANUALLY
When the auto connection has failed or
“Bluetooth* Power” is turned off, it is
necessary to connect Bluetooth® manually.
1
Follow the steps in “CONNECTING A
Bluetooth®
DEVICE” from “STEP 2”.
(P.49)
*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
■RECONNECTING THE Bluetooth®
PHONE
If a Bluetooth® phone is disconnected
due to poor reception from the
Bluetooth® network when the engine
switch is in ACCESSORY or ON <IGNITION ON> mode, the system automatically reconnects the Bluetooth®
phone.
 If a Bluetooth® phone is disconnected on
purpose, such as turning it off, this does
not happen. Reconnect the Bluetooth®
phone manually.
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*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
2. Bluetooth® SETTINGS
No.
CHANGING A DEVICE NAME
Information
®
The name of the Bluetooth device.
Can be changed to a desired name.
(P.51)
1
2
Select to set the Bluetooth® audio
player connection method. (P.51)
Device address is unique to the device and cannot be changed.
Compatibility
profile
Bluetooth® device.
of
INFORMATION
● Even if the device name is changed, the
name registered in your Bluetooth®
device does not change.
2
®
SETTING AUDIO PLAYER
CONNECTION METHOD
the
Select to reset all setup items.
INFORMATION
Bluetooth®
Enter the name and select “OK”.
● If 2
devices have been registered with the same device name, the
devices can be distinguished referring to
the device’s address.
● Depending on the type of phone, some
information may not be displayed.
1
2
Select “Connect Audio Player from”.
Select the desired connection method.
“Vehicle”: Select to connect the audio
system to the audio player.
“Device”: Select to connect the audio
player to the audio system.
 Depending on the audio player, the “Vehicle” or “Device” connection method may
be best. As such, refer to the manual that
comes with the audio player.
 To reset the connection method, select
“Default”.
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BASIC FUNCTION
Phone number of the Bluetooth
phone.
Select “Device Name”.
2. Bluetooth® SETTINGS
“Bluetooth* Settings”
SCREEN
The Bluetooth® settings can be confirmed and changed.
1
2
3
Display the “Bluetooth* Setup” screen.
(P.46)
Select “System Settings”.
Select the desired item to be set.
*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
52
No.
Information
Page
Select to set Bluetooth®
connection on/off.
53
Displays system name.
Can be changed to a desired name.
53
PIN-code used when the
Bluetooth® device was registered. Can be changed to
a desired code.
53
Device address is unique
to the device and cannot be
changed.

Select to set the phone
connection status display
on/off.

Select to set the connection status display of the
audio player on/off.

Compatibility profile of the
system device.

Select to reset all setup
items.

2. Bluetooth® SETTINGS
CHANGING “Bluetooth*
Power”
1
Select “Bluetooth* Power”.
When “Bluetooth* Power” is on:
The Bluetooth® device is automatically
connected when the engine switch is in
ACCESSORY or ON <IGNITION ON>
mode.
When “Bluetooth* Power” is off:
2
BASIC FUNCTION
The Bluetooth® device is disconnected,
and the system will not connect to it next
time.
INFORMATION
● While driving, the auto connection state
can be changed from off to on, but cannot be changed from on to off.
EDITING THE Bluetooth* NAME
1
2
Select “Bluetooth* Name”.
Enter a name and select “OK”.
EDITING THE PIN-CODE
1
2
Select “Bluetooth* PIN”.
Enter a PIN-code and select “OK”.
*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
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3. OTHER SETTINGS
1. GENERAL SETTINGS
Settings are available for system time,
operation sounds, etc.
1
Press the “APPS” button.
2
3
4
Select “Setup”.
54
Select “General”.
Select the items to be set.
GENERAL SETTINGS
SCREEN
3. OTHER SETTINGS
No.
Function
Select to change the time zone and
set the daylight saving time on/off.
(P.56)
No.
Function
Select to turn the animations on/off.
Select to customize the startup images. (P.57)
Select to change the language.
Select to display unit of temperature.
Select to sound beeps.
Select to change the screen button
color.
Select to change the keyboard layout.
Select to set automatic screen
changes from the audio control
screen to the previous screen to on/
off. When set to on, the screen will
automatically return to the previous
screen from the audio control screen
after 20 seconds.
Select to customize the screen off
image. (P.58)
Select to delete personal data.
(P.58)
2
Select to update software versions.
For details, contact your Toyota dealer.
BASIC FUNCTION
Select to change the unit of measure
for distance/fuel consumption.
Select to update “Gracenote” database versions. For details, contact
your Toyota dealer.
Select to display the software information. Notices related to third party
software used in this product are enlisted. (This includes instructions for
obtaining such software, where applicable.)
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3. OTHER SETTINGS
SYSTEM TIME SETTINGS
Used for changing time zones and the
on/off settings of daylight saving time.
1
Display the “General Settings” screen.
(P.54)
2
3
Select “System Time”.
Select the items to be set.
No.
Function
Select to change the time zone.
(P.56)
Select to set daylight saving time on/
off.
4
56
Select “OK”.
■SETTING THE TIME ZONE
1
2
Select “Time Zone”.
Select the desired time zone.
3. OTHER SETTINGS
CUSTOMIZING THE STARTUP
AND SCREEN OFF IMAGES
■TRANSFERRING IMAGES
1
An image can be copied from a USB
memory and used as the startup and
screen off images.
Open the cover and connect a USB
memory.
When the engine switch is in ACCESSORY or ON <IGNITION ON> mode,
the initial screen will be displayed.
(P.32)
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
Press the “APPS” button.
Select “Setup”.
Select “General”.
Select “Customize Startup Image”.
Select “Transfer”.
Select “Yes”.
INFORMATION
● When saving the images to a USB,
name the folder that the startup image is
saved to “StartupImage” and name the
folder that the screen off image is saved
to “DisplayOffImage”. If these folder
names are not used, the navigation system cannot download the images. (The
folder names are case sensitive.)
● The compatible file extensions are JPG
and JPEG.
● An image’s file name, including file
extension, can be up to 32 characters.
● Image files of 10 MB or less can be
transferred.
● Up to 3 images can be downloaded.
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BASIC FUNCTION
 Turn on the power of the USB memory if it
is not turned on.
3. OTHER SETTINGS
■SETTING THE STARTUP IMAGES
DELETING PERSONAL DATA
1
Display the “General Settings” screen.
(P.54)
1
Display the “General Settings” screen.
(P.54)
2
3
Select “Customize Startup Image”.
2
3
Select “Delete Personal Data”.
4
Select “OK”.
4
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
Select the desired image.
■SETTINGS THE SCREEN OFF IMAGES
1
Display the “General Settings” screen.
(P.54)
2
Select “Customize Screen Off Image”.
3
Select the desired image.
4
Select “OK”.
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Select “Delete”.
 Registered or changed personal settings
will be deleted or returned to their default
conditions.
For example:
• General settings
• Navigation settings
• Audio settings
• Phone settings
3. OTHER SETTINGS
2. VOICE SETTINGS
Voice volume etc. can be set.
1
VOICE SETTINGS SCREEN
Press the “APPS” button.
2
BASIC FUNCTION
2
3
4
Select “Setup”.
Select “Voice”.
Select the items to be set.
INFORMATION
● “Voice Settings” screen can also be displayed from the voice recognition top
screen. (P.128)
No.
Function
Select to adjust the volume of voice
guidance.
Select to set the voice guidance during route guidance on/off.
Select to set the voice recognition
prompts.
Select to train voice recognition.
The voice command system adapt
the user accent.
Select to set the voice prompt interrupt on/off.
Select to set the web search engine.
Select to set the voice recognition
tutorial.
Select to reset all setup items.
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3. OTHER SETTINGS
3. VEHICLE SETTINGS
Setting is available for vehicle customization.
1
Press the “APPS” button.
2
3
4
Select “Setup”.
Select “Vehicle”.
Select the desired item to be set.
 For details, refer to “Owner’s Manual”.
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3. OTHER SETTINGS
4. DRIVER SETTINGS
The driver settings feature will allow
the system to link some preferences
(such as audio presets, button colors,
language, etc.) to a paired Bluetooth®
phone.
1
Press the “APPS” button.
MANUALLY SELECT LINKED
SETTINGS
1
Display the driver settings screen.
(P.61)
2
Select “Manually Select Linked Settings”.
2
Select “Setup”.
Select “Driver”.
BASIC FUNCTION
3
2
3
4
5
Select the desired phone.
 After a few seconds, loaded screen automatically switches to the home screen.
Select “Enable this Feature”.
Select “Yes”.
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3. OTHER SETTINGS
5. MAINTENANCE
When this system is turned on, the
“Maintenance Reminder” screen displays when it is time to replace a part
or certain components. (P.32)
1
Press the “APPS” button.
No.
Function
Select to set the condition of parts or
components.
Select to add new information items
separately from provided ones.
Select to cancel all conditions which
have been entered.
Select to reset the item which have
expired conditions.
Select to call the registered dealer.
Select to register/edit dealer information. (P.63)
2
3
4
Select “Apps”.
Select “Maintenance”.
Select the desired item.
When set to on, the indicator will illuminate. The system is set to give
maintenance information with the
“Maintenance Reminder” screen.
(P.32)
INFORMATION
● When the vehicle needs to be serviced,
the screen button color will change to
orange.
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3. OTHER SETTINGS
MAINTENANCE INFORMATION
SETTING
1
Select the desired part or component
screen button.
 When the vehicle needs to be serviced,
the screen button color will change to
orange.
2
Set the conditions.
DEALER SETTING
Dealer information can be registered in
the system. With dealer information
registered, route guidance to the dealer is available.
1
2
Select “Set Dealer”.
Select the desired item to search for
the location. (P.208)
2
BASIC FUNCTION
No.
Function
Select to enter the next maintenance
date.
 The editing dealer screen appears after
setting the location.
Select to enter the driving distance
until the next maintenance check.
Select to cancel the conditions which
have been entered.
Select to reset the conditions which
have expired.
3
Select “OK” after entering the conditions.
INFORMATION
● For scheduled maintenance information,
refer to “Scheduled Maintenance Guide”
or “Owner’s Manual Supplement”.
● Depending on driving or road conditions,
the actual date and distance that maintenance should be performed may differ
from the stored date and distance in the
system.
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3. OTHER SETTINGS
3
■EDITING DEALER OR CONTACT
Select the items to be edited.
NAME
1
Select “Edit” next to “Dealer” or “Contact”.
2
Enter the name and select “OK”.
■EDITING THE LOCATION
No.
64
Function
Page
Select to enter the name of
a dealer.
64
Select to enter the name of
a dealer member.
64
Select to set the location.
64
Select to enter the phone
number.
64
Select to delete the dealer
information displayed on
the screen.

Select to set the displayed
dealer as a destination.
220
1
2
Select “Edit” next to “Location”.
Scroll the map to the desired point
(P.200) and select “OK”.
■EDITING PHONE NUMBER
1
2
Select “Edit” next to “Phone #”.
Enter the phone number and select
“OK”.
3. OTHER SETTINGS
2
BASIC FUNCTION
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1
BASIC OPERATION
1. QUICK REFERENCE ..................... 68
2. SOME BASICS............................... 70
TURNING THE SYSTEM
ON AND OFF ...................................... 70
SELECTING AN AUDIO SOURCE........ 71
DISC SLOT ............................................ 72
USB/AUX PORT .................................... 72
SOUND SETTINGS ............................... 72
VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM ................ 74
2
RADIO OPERATION
1. AM/FM RADIO...................................... 75
OVERVIEW ............................................ 75
PRESETTING A STATION .................... 77
SELECTING A STATION FROM
THE LIST ............................................. 77
CACHING A RADIO PROGRAM ........... 78
RADIO BROADCAST DATA
SYSTEM .............................................. 79
TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENT
(FM RADIO)......................................... 80
USING HD Radio™ TECHNOLOGY...... 80
AVAILABLE HD Radio™
TECHNOLOGY.................................... 81
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE............... 83
2. XM Satellite Radio ........................ 84
OVERVIEW ............................................ 84
HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO
AN XM Satellite Radio ......................... 86
DISPLAYING THE RADIO ID................. 88
PRESETTING A CHANNEL................... 88
SELECTING A CHANNEL FROM
THE LIST ............................................. 88
IF THE SATELLITE RADIO TUNER
MALFUNCTIONS ................................ 89
3. INTERNET RADIO......................... 90
LISTENING TO INTERNET RADIO ....... 90
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1
3
4
MEDIA OPERATION
1. CD .................................................. 91
AUDIO REMOTE CONTROLS
1. STEERING SWITCHES............... 110
2
OVERVIEW ........................................... 91
PLAYING AN AUDIO CD ...................... 93
5
SETUP
3
PLAYING AN MP3/WMA/AAC DISC ..... 93
2. USB MEMORY............................... 94
1. AUDIO SETTINGS ...................... 113
AUDIO SETTINGS SCREEN............... 113
OVERVIEW ........................................... 94
4
PLAYING A USB AUDIO ....................... 97
3. iPod................................................ 98
OVERVIEW ........................................... 98
iPod AUDIO ......................................... 102
iPod VIDEO ......................................... 102
4.
Bluetooth®
6
TIPS FOR OPERATING THE
AUDIO SYSTEM
5
1. OPERATING INFORMATION ..... 115
RADIO.................................................. 115
AUDIO ...................... 103
CD PLAYER AND DISC ...................... 116
OVERVIEW ......................................... 103
iPod...................................................... 118
CONNECTING A Bluetooth
DEVICE............................................. 107
FILE INFORMATION ........................... 119
LISTENING TO Bluetooth® AUDIO ..... 107
ERROR MESSAGES........................... 123
®
TERMS ................................................ 122
5. AUX ................................................. 108
6
7
8
OVERVIEW ......................................... 108
9
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1. BASIC OPERATION
1. QUICK REFERENCE
Operations such as selecting a preset station and adjusting the sound balance are
carried out on the screen.
Press the “AUDIO” button to display the audio screen.
■CONTROL SCREEN
■CONTROL PANEL
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1. BASIC OPERATION
Function
Page
Using the radio
75
Playing an audio CD or MP3/WMA/AAC disc
91
Playing a USB memory
94
Playing an
Playing a
iPod®
Bluetooth®
98
device
103
Using the AUX port
108
Using the steering wheel audio switches
110
Audio system settings
113
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1. BASIC OPERATION
2. SOME BASICS
This section describes some of the basic features of the audio system. Some
information may not pertain to your
system.
TURNING THE SYSTEM ON
AND OFF
Your audio system works when the engine switch is turned to ACCESSORY
or ON <IGNITION ON> mode.
CAUTION
● For vehicles sold in U.S.A.:
Part 15 of the FCC Rules
FCC
WARNING:
Changes
or
modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
● Laser products
• USE
OF
CONTROL
OR
ADJUSTMENT OR PERFORMANCE
OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN
THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY
RESULT
IN
HAZARDOUS
RADIATION EXPOSURE.
• THE
USE
OF
OPTICAL
INSTRUMENTS
WITH
THIS
PRODUCT WILL INCREASE EYE
HAZARD.
NOTICE
● To prevent the battery from being discharged, do not leave the audio system
on longer than necessary when the
engine is not running.
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“PWR/VOL” knob: Press to turn the audio
system on and off. The system turns on in
the last mode used. Turn this knob to adjust the volume.
“AUDIO” button: Press to display screen
buttons for the audio system.
 A function that enables automatic return
to the previous screen from the audio
screen can be selected. (P.54)
1. BASIC OPERATION
REORDERING THE AUDIO
SOURCE
SELECTING AN AUDIO
SOURCE
1
Press the “AUDIO” button.
1
Display the “Select Audio Source”
screen. (P.71)
2
Select “Reorder”.
3
2
3
Select the desired audio source then
or
to reorder.
Select the desired source.
4
Select “OK”.
INFORMATION
● Dimmed screen buttons cannot be operated.
● When there are two pages, select “ ”
or “ ” to change the page.
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 If the audio source selection screen is not
displayed, press the “AUDIO” button
again.
1. BASIC OPERATION
DISC SLOT
USB/AUX PORT
INSERTING A DISC
1
1
Open the cover and connect a device.
Insert a disc into the disc slot.
 Turn on the power of the device if it is not
turned on.
 After insertion, the disc is automatically
loaded.
SOUND SETTINGS
EJECTING A DISC
1
Press the “
disc.
” button and remove the
NOTICE
● Never try to disassemble or oil any part
of the CD player. Do not insert anything
other than a disc into the slot.
INFORMATION
● The player is intended for use with 4.7
in. (12 cm) discs only.
● When inserting a disc, gently insert the
disc with the label facing up.
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AUTOMATIC SOUND
LEVELIZER (ASL)
The system adjusts to the optimum volume and tone quality according to vehicle speed to compensate for
increased vehicle noise.
1
Display the “Audio Settings” screen.
(P.113)
2
Select the “Automatic Sound Levelizer”.
3
Select the “High”, “Mid”, “Low” or
“Off”.
1. BASIC OPERATION
TONE AND BALANCE
TONE:
1
Select “Sound” on the audio control
screen.
2
Select the desired screen button.
How good an audio program sounds is
largely determined by the mix of the
treble, mid and bass levels. In fact, different kinds of music and vocal programs usually sound better with
different mixes of treble, mid and bass.
BALANCE:
A good balance of the left and right stereo channels and of the front and rear
sound levels is also important.
3
Function
Select “+” or “-” to adjust highpitched tones.
Select “+” or “-” to adjust midpitched tones.
Select “+” or “-” to adjust lowpitched tones.
Select to adjust the sound balance
between the front and rear speakers.
Select to adjust the sound balance
between the left and right speakers.
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Keep in mind that when listening to a
stereo recording or broadcast, changing the right/left balance will increase
the volume of 1 group of sounds while
decreasing the volume of another.
No.
1. BASIC OPERATION
VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM
1
Press this switch to operate the voice
command system.
 The voice command system and its list
of commands can be operated.
(P.126)
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2. RADIO OPERATION
1. AM/FM RADIO
OVERVIEW
Select “AM” or “FM” to display the audio control screen.
■CONTROL SCREEN
Top screen
3
Option screen
AUDIO SYSTEM
■CONTROL PANEL
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2. RADIO OPERATION
No.
Function
Select to scroll the page of preset buttons.
Select to display the option screen.
Select to display the audio source selection screen.
Select to display the sound setting screen.
Cache radio only: Press to turn mute on/off.
Select to display a list of receivable stations.
Select to store information of the audio currently being broadcast on the radio.
Select to tune to preset stations/channels.
Select to display the cache radio operation buttons.
Select to display the additional text information.
Select to scan for receivable stations.
Select to turn HD Radio mode on/off.
When the “HD Radio” indicator is off, the station list shows only analog broadcasts.
Analog FM only: Select to display RBDS text messages.
 Turn to step up/down frequencies.
 Turn to move up/down the list.
 Press to select a preset station.
 Press and hold to seek for a station.
 Turn to adjust volume.
 Press to turn the audio system on/off.
 Press and hold to restart the audio system.
Press to select a audio mode.
INFORMATION
● The radio automatically changes to stereo reception when a stereo broadcast is received.
● The radio automatically blends to an HD Radio signal in AM or FM where available.
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2. RADIO OPERATION
PRESETTING A STATION
Radio mode has a mix preset function,
which can store up to 36 stations (6
stations per page x 6 pages) from any
of the AM, FM or SAT bands.
1
2
Tune in the desired station.
SELECTING A STATION
FROM THE LIST
A station list can be displayed.
1
2
Select “Station List”.
FM radio only: Select the desired program genre.
Select “(add new)”.
3
3
Select “Yes” on the confirmation
screen.
4
Select “OK” after setting the new preset station.
3
Select the desired station and select
“OK”.
INFORMATION
● The number of preset radio stations displayed on the screen can be changed.
(P.114)
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 To change the preset station to a different
one, select and hold the preset station.
2. RADIO OPERATION
■REFRESHING THE STATION LIST
1
Select “Refresh” on the “Station List”
screen and the following screen will be
displayed.
CACHING A RADIO
PROGRAM
A radio program can be cached and
played back in a time-shifted manner.
PLAYING BACK THE CACHE
MANUALLY
The broadcast cached in the program
cache can be played back manually.
“Cancel Refresh”: Select to cancel the
refresh.
“Source”: Select to change to another audio source while refreshing.
1
Select the desired cache radio operation button.
INFORMATION
● The audio system sound is muted during
refresh operation.
● In some situations, it may take some
time to update the station list.
No.
Function
Hides the cache operation buttons
Select: Skips backward 2 minutes
Select and hold: Fast rewinds continuously
Returns to the live radio broadcast
Select: Skips forward 2 minutes
Select and hold: Fast forwards continuously
Red vertical bar: Shows what portion of the cached broadcast is currently playing
Light blue bar: Shows time in which
cache writing is in progress
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2. RADIO OPERATION
AUTOMATIC PLAYBACK OF
THE CACHE
If the radio broadcast is interrupted by
another audio output, such as an
incoming phone call, the system will
automatically cache the interrupted
portion
and
perform
time-shift
playback when the interruption ends.
To manually operate the cache
operation: (P.78)
INFORMATION
1
Select “Station List”.
2
FM radio only: Select a desired genre
of station and select a desired station.
 The genre list is in the following order:
• Classical
• Country
• EasyLis (Easy Listening)
• Inform (Information)
• Jazz
• News
• Oldies
• Other
• Pop Music
• Religion
• Rock
• R&B (Rhythm and Blues)
• Sports
• Talk
• Traffic (Not available when “HD Radio”
indicator is off.)
• Alert (Emergency Alert)
RADIO BROADCAST DATA
SYSTEM
This audio system is equipped with Radio Broadcast Data Systems (RBDS).
RBDS mode allows text messages to
be received from radio stations that utilize RBDS transmitters.
When RBDS is on, the radio can
— only select stations of a particular
program type,
— display messages from radio stations,
— search for a stronger signal station.
RBDS features are available only
when listening to an FM station that
broadcasts RBDS information and the
“FM Info” indicator is on.
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● The system can store up to 20 minutes.
Cached data will be erased when the
radio mode or station is changed or
when the audio system is turned off.
● If noise or silence occurs during the
caching process, cache writing will continue, with the noise or silence recorded
as is. In this case, the cached broadcast
will contain the noise or silence when
played back.
SELECTING A DESIRED
GENRE
2. RADIO OPERATION
TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENT
(FM RADIO)
A station that regularly broadcasts traffic information is automatically located.
1
2
Select “Station List”.
Select the desired traffic program station.
INFORMATION
● If a traffic program station is found, the
name of the traffic program station will
be displayed for a while.
USING HD Radio™
TECHNOLOGY
HD Radio™ Technology is the digital
evolution of analog AM/FM radio. Your
radio product has a special receiver
which allows it to receive digital
broadcasts (where available) in
addition to the analog broadcasts it
already receives. Digital broadcasts
have better sound quality than analog
broadcasts as digital broadcasts
provide free, crystal clear audio with no
static or distortion. For more
information, and a guide to available
radio stations and programming, refer
to www.hdradio.com.
HD Radio Technology manufactured
under license from iBiquity Digital
Corporation. U.S. and
Foreign
Patents. HD Radio™ and the HD, HD
Radio, and “Arc” logos are proprietary
trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corp.
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2. RADIO OPERATION
AVAILABLE HD Radio™
TECHNOLOGY
MULTICAST
On the FM radio frequency most digital
stations have “multiple” or supplemental programs on one FM station.
1
2
3
PRESERVING A MUSIC
INFORMATION
Tag information in the music broadcasting is preserved in the system and
transmits to an iPod.
1
Select “Tag” to bookmark the music
information.
Select “Options”.
Select “HD Radio”.
3
Select the desired channel.
2
Connect an iPod. (P.72)
 Turn on the power of the iPod if it is not
turned on.
 Once an iPod is connected, the music tag
moves from the radio into the iPod.
 When the iPod is connected to iTunes, the
“tagged” information of the songs which
were tagged while listening to the radio
can be viewed. Then a user may decide to
purchase the song or CD/Album which
had been listened to on their radio.
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 Turning the “TUNE/SCROLL” knob can
also select the desired multicast channel.
2. RADIO OPERATION
INFORMATION
● The tag information can not be preserved while scanning or caching the
radio station.
● If tagging the music information fails,
“Saving the HD Radio tag was unsuccessful.” will be displayed on the screen.
If this occurs, tag the information again.
● HD Radio™ stations can be preset.
● An orange “HD)” logo indicator will be
displayed on the screen when in digital.
The “HD)” logo will first appear in a gray
color indicating the station is indeed (an
analog and) a digital station. Once the
digital signal is acquired, the logo will
change to a bright orange color.
● The song title, artist name and music
genre will appear on the screen when
available by the radio station. The radio
station can send album pictures when
available.
● As a user works through the analog
radio stations, (where applicable) the
radio receiver will automatically tune
from an analog signal to a digital signal
within 5 seconds.
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2. RADIO OPERATION
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Cause
Action
Mismatch of time alignment- a user may hear a
short period of programming replayed or an echo,
stutter or skip.
The radio stations analog
and digital volume is not
properly aligned or the station is in ballgame mode.
None, radio broadcast issue. A
user can contact the radio station.
Sound fades, blending in
and out.
Radio is shifting between
analog and digital audio.
Reception issue, may clear-up as
the vehicle continues to be driven.
Turning the indicator of the “HD
Radio” button off can force radio in
an analog audio.
Audio mute condition when
an HD2/HD3 multicast
channel had been playing.
The radio does not have
access to digital signals at
the moment.
This is normal behavior, wait until
the digital signal returns. If out of
the coverage area, seek a new
station.
Audio mute delay when selecting an HD2/HD3 multicast channel preset.
The digital multicast content is not available until
HD Radio™ broadcast can
be decoded and make the
audio available. This takes
up to 7 seconds.
This is normal behavior, wait for
the audio to become available.
Text information does not
match the present song audio.
Data service issue by the
radio broadcaster.
Broadcaster should be notified.
Complete the form;
www.ibiquity.com/automotive/
report_radio_station_experiences.
No text information shown
for the present selected frequency.
Data service issue by the
radio broadcaster.
Broadcaster should be notified.
Complete the form;
www.ibiquity.com/automotive/
report_radio_station_experiences.
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Experience
2. RADIO OPERATION
2. XM Satellite Radio*
OVERVIEW
Select “XM” to display the audio control screen.
■CONTROL SCREEN
■CONTROL PANEL
*: If equipped
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2. RADIO OPERATION
No.
Function
Select to scroll the page of preset buttons.
Select to display the option screen.
 Select to scan for receivable channels.
 Select “Additional Information” to display the information.
Select to display the audio source selection screen.
Select to display the sound setting screen.
Select to display a list of receivable stations.
3
Select to tune to preset stations/channels.
AUDIO SYSTEM
 Turn to step up/down channels.
 Turn to move up/down the list.
 Press to select a preset channel.
 Press and hold to seek for a channel.
Press to select a audio mode.
 Turn to adjust volume.
 Press to turn the audio system on/off.
 Press and hold to restart the audio system.
CAUTION
● FCC WARNING: Changes or modifications in construction not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
● Radio frequency exposure.
This device is approved for Mobile Application only and, to comply with applicable FCC
radio frequency exposure regulations, must be used with a distance of at least 7.9 in.
(20cm) between the antenna and the body of any person at all time during use.
NOTICE
● THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART15 OF THE FCC RULES.
● OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS,
1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE AND
2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING
INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION.
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2. RADIO OPERATION
HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO AN
XM Satellite Radio
To listen to a satellite radio broadcast
in the vehicle, a subscription to the XM
Satellite Radio service is necessary.
An XM Satellite Radio is a tuner designed exclusively to receive broadcasts provided under a separate
subscription. Availability is limited to
the 48 contiguous U.S. states and
some Canadian provinces.
HOW TO SUBSCRIBE
It is necessary to enter into a separate
service agreement with XM Satellite
Radio in order to receive satellite
broadcast programming in the vehicle.
Additional activation and service subscription fees apply that are not included in the purchase price of the vehicle
and digital satellite tuner.
 For complete information on subscription rates and terms, or to subscribe to
XM Satellite Radio:
 U.S.A.
Refer to www.siriusxm.com or call
1-800-967-2346.
Canada
Refer to www.xmradio.ca or call
1-877-209-0079.
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NOTICE
● XM Radio ServicesLegal Disclaimers
and Warnings
• Fees and TaxesSubscription fee,
taxes, one time activation fee, and
other fees may apply. Subscription fee
is consumer only. All fees and programming subject to change.
Subscriptions subject to Customer
Agreement available at www.siriusxm.com. (U.S.A.) or www.xmradio.ca (Canada) XM service only
available in the 48 contiguous United
States and Canada.
Explicit Language NoticeChannels
with frequent explicit language are indicated with an “XL” preceding the channel name. Channel blocking is
available for XM Satellite Radio receivers by notifying XM at;
U.S.A. Customers:
Visit www.siriusxm.com or calling
1-800-967-2346
Canadian Customers:
Visit www.xmradio.ca or calling
1-877-209-0079
● It is prohibited to copy, decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer, hack, manipulate, or otherwise make available any
technology or software incorporated in
receivers compatible with the XM Satellite Radio System or that support the XM
website, the Online Service or any of its
content. Furthermore, the AMBE® voice
compression software included in this
product is protected by intellectual property rights including patent rights, copyrights, and trade secrets of Digital Voice
Systems, Inc.
● Note: this applies to XM receivers only
and not XM Ready devices.
2. RADIO OPERATION
INFORMATION
● XM Satellite Radio is solely responsible
for the quality, availability and content of
the satellite radio services provided,
which are subject to the terms and conditions of the XM Satellite Radio customer service agreement.
● Customers should have their radio ID
ready; the radio ID can be found by tuning to “Ch 000” on the radio. For details,
see “DISPLAYING THE RADIO ID”
below.
● All fees and programming are the
responsibility of XM Satellite Radio and
are subject to change.
SATELLITE TUNER
TECHNOLOGY NOTICE
Toyota’s satellite radio tuners are
awarded Type Approval Certificates
from XM Satellite Radio Inc. as proof of
compatibility with the services offered
by XM Satellite Radio.
INFORMATION
● Satellite tuner
The tuner supports only Audio Services
(Music and Talk) and the accompanying
Text Information of XM® Satellite Radio.
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● XM Radio ServicesDescriptions
• Radio and Entertainment
XM offers more than 170 satellite radio
channels of commercial-free music
and premier sports, news, talk, and
entertainment. XM is broadcast via satellites to millions of listeners across the
continental United States. XM subscribers listen to XM on satellite radio
receivers for the car, home, and portable use. More information about XM is
available online at www.siriusxm.com
(U.S.A.) or www.xmradio.ca (Canada).
● XM
Radio
ServicesSubscription
Instructions
• For XM Services requiring a subscription (such as XM Radio, and some
Infotainment & data services), the following paragraph shall be included.
Required XM Radio and some Infotainment & data services monthly subscriptions sold separately after trial
period. Subscription fee is consumer
only. All fees and programming subject
to change. Subscriptions are subject to
the Customer Agreement available at
www.siriusxm.com. XM service only
available in the 48 contiguous United
States.  2011 Sirius XM Radio Inc.
Sirius, XM and all related marks and
logos are trademarks of Sirius XM
Radio Inc. All other marks, channel
names and logos are the property of
their respective owners.
For more information, program schedules, and to subscribe or extend subscription after complimentary trial
period; more information is available
at:
USA Customers:
Visit www.siriusxm.com or call
1-866-635-2349
INFORMATION
2. RADIO OPERATION
DISPLAYING THE RADIO ID
Each XM tuner is identified with a
unique radio ID. The radio ID is required when activating an XM service
or when reporting a problem.
 If “Ch 000” is selected using the “TUNE/
SCROLL” knob, the ID code, which is 8
alphanumeric characters, will be displayed. If another channel is selected, the
ID code will no longer be displayed. The
channel (000) alternates between displaying the radio ID and the specific radio
code.
PRESETTING A CHANNEL
1
2
Tune in the desired channel.
Select “(add new)”.
 To change the preset channel to a different one, select and hold the preset station/
channel.
3
Select “Yes” on the confirmation
screen.
4
Select “OK” after setting the new preset channel.
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SELECTING A CHANNEL
FROM THE LIST
1
2
3
Select “Channel List”.
Select the desired program genre.
Select the desired channel and select
“OK”.
2. RADIO OPERATION
IF THE SATELLITE RADIO TUNER MALFUNCTIONS
When problems occur with the XM tuner, a message will appear on the screen. Referring to the table below to identify the problem, take the suggested corrective action.
Message
Explanation
The XM antenna is not connected. Check whether the XM antenna
cable is attached securely.
“Check Antenna”
A short circuit occurs in the antenna or the surrounding antenna cable. See a Toyota certified dealer for assistance.
“Ch Unauthorized”
The premium channel you selected is not authorized. Wait for about
2 seconds until the radio returns to the previous channel or “Ch 001”.
If it does not change automatically, select another channel. To listen
to the premium channel, contact XM Satellite Radio.
“No Signal”
The XM signal is too weak at the current location. Wait until your vehicle reaches a location with a stronger signal.
“Loading”
The unit is acquiring audio or program information. Wait until the unit
has received the information.
“Channel Off Air”
The channel you selected is not broadcasting any programming. Select another channel.
-----
There is no song/program title or artist name/feature associated with
the channel at that time. No action is required.
“Ch Unavailable”
The channel you selected is no longer available. Wait for about 2
seconds until the radio returns to the previous channel or “Ch 001”.
If it does not change automatically, select another channel.
INFORMATION
● Contact the XM Listener Care Center at 1-800-967-2346 (U.S.A.) or 1-877-209-0079
(Canada).
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AUDIO SYSTEM
You have not subscribed to XM Satellite Radio. The radio is being
updated with the latest encryption code. Contact XM Satellite Radio
for subscription information. When a contract is canceled, you can
choose “Ch 000” and all free-to-air channels.
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2. RADIO OPERATION
3. INTERNET RADIO
LISTENING TO INTERNET
RADIO
One of Entune’s features is the ability
to listen to internet radio. In order to
use this service, a compatible phone
and the navigation system needs to be
set up. For details: P.265
1
Select the desired application screen
button.
 The internet radio application screen is
displayed.
 Perform operations according to the displayed application screen.
 For the instrument panel operation
method: P.71
 If a compatible phone is already registered, it will be connected automatically.
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INFORMATION
● Other applications can be activated
while listening to internet radio.
● An iPhone cannot be connected via
Bluetooth® and USB connection at the
same time. However, it is possible to
recharge an iPhone while using applications by connecting via USB. The system uses the connection method that
was used last. Therefore, if connected
via USB after Bluetooth® connection, it
is necessary to reconnect the iPhone via
Bluetooth®.
● Services requiring a separate contract
can also be used.*
● Some parts of applications can be
adjusted using the switches on the
steering wheel.
*: For details, refer to
http://www.toyota.com/entune/ or call
1-800-331-4331.
3. MEDIA OPERATION
1. CD
OVERVIEW
Select “CD” to display the audio control screen.
■CONTROL SCREEN
Audio CD
3
MP3/WMA/AAC disc
AUDIO SYSTEM
■CONTROL PANEL
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3. MEDIA OPERATION
No.
Function
 Displays cover art
 Select to display a track/file list.
Select to display the audio source selection screen.
Select to display the sound setting screen.
Select to play/pause.
Shows progress
Select to set repeat playback.
Select to set random playback.
 Audio CD: Select to display a track list.
 MP3/WMA/AAC disc: Select to display a folder list.
To return to the top screen, select “Now Playing” on the list screen.
Disc slot
 Turn to select a track/file.
 Turn to move up/down the list.
 Press to select a track/file.
 Press and hold to fast forward/rewind.
Press to select a audio mode.
 Turn to adjust volume.
 Press to turn the audio system on/off.
 Press and hold to restart the audio system.
Press to eject a disc.
INFORMATION
● If a disc contains CD-DA files and MP3/WMA/AAC files, only the CD-DA files can be
played back.
● If a CD-TEXT disc is inserted, the title of the disc and track will be displayed. Up to 32
characters can be displayed.
● If the disc contains no CD-TEXT, only the track number would be displayed on the
screen.
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PLAYING AN AUDIO CD
PLAYING AN MP3/WMA/AAC
DISC
REPEATING
The track currently being listened to
can be repeated.
1
Select the repeat button to change on/
off.
REPEATING
The file currently being listened to can
be repeated.
1
Select the repeat button to change on/
off.
RANDOM ORDER
1
Select the random button to change
on/off.
3
RANDOM ORDER
Files can be automatically and randomly selected.
1
Select the random button to change
on/off.
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Tracks can be automatically and randomly selected.
3. MEDIA OPERATION
2. USB MEMORY
OVERVIEW
Select “USB” to display the audio control screen.
■CONTROL SCREEN
■CONTROL PANEL
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3. MEDIA OPERATION
No.
Function
Select to display the audio source selection screen.
Select to display the sound setting screen.
Select to play/pause.
Shows progress
Select to set repeat playback.
Select to set random playback.
3
AUDIO SYSTEM
Select to display the play mode selection screen.
To return to the top screen, select “Now Playing” on the list screen.
 Turn to select a track/file.
 Turn to move up/down the list.
 Press to select a track/file.
 Press and hold to fast forward/rewind.
Press to select a audio mode.
 Turn to adjust volume.
 Press to turn the audio system on/off.
 Press and hold to restart the audio system.
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CAUTION
● Do not operate the player’s controls or connect the USB memory while driving.
NOTICE
● Do not leave your portable player in the car. In particular, high temperatures inside the
vehicle may damage the portable player.
● Do not push down on or apply unnecessary pressure to the portable player while it is connected as this may damage the portable player or its terminal.
● Do not insert foreign objects into the port as this may damage the portable player or its
terminal.
INFORMATION
● If tag information exists, the file/folder names will be changed to track/album names.
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3. MEDIA OPERATION
PLAYING A USB AUDIO
REPEATING
The file/track currently being listened
to can be repeated.
1
Select the repeat button to change on/
off.
RANDOM ORDER
3
1
AUDIO SYSTEM
Files/tracks can be automatically and
randomly selected.
Select the random button to change
on/off.
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3. MEDIA OPERATION
3. iPod
OVERVIEW
Select “iPod” to display the audio control screen.
When the iPod connected to the system includes iPod video, the system can only
output the sound by selecting the browse screen. (P.102)
■CONTROL SCREEN
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3. MEDIA OPERATION
■CONTROL PANEL
3
AUDIO SYSTEM
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3. MEDIA OPERATION
No.
Function
 Displays cover art
 Select to display a track list.
To return to the top screen, select “Now Playing” on the list screen.
Select to display the audio source selection screen.
Select to display the sound setting screen.
Select to play/pause.
Shows progress
Select to set repeat playback.
Select to set random playback.
Select to display the play mode selection screen.
To return to the top screen, select “Now Playing” on the list screen.
 Turn to select a track.
 Turn to move up/down the list.
 Press to select a track.
 Press and hold to fast forward/rewind.
Press to select a audio mode.
 Turn to adjust volume.
 Press to turn the audio system on/off.
 Press and hold to restart the audio system.
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CAUTION
● Do not operate the player’s controls or connect the iPod while driving.
NOTICE
● Do not leave your portable player in the car. In particular, high temperatures inside the
vehicle may damage the portable player.
● Do not push down on or apply unnecessary pressure to the portable player while it is connected as this may damage the portable player or its terminal.
● Do not insert foreign objects into the port as this may damage the portable player or its
terminal.
● The system can only output the sound while driving.
● When an iPod is connected using a genuine iPod cable, the iPod starts charging its battery.
● Depending on the iPod, the video sound may not be able to be heard.
● Depending on the iPod and the songs in the iPod, iPod cover art may be displayed. This
function can be changed to on/off. (P.113) It may take time to display iPod cover art,
and the iPod may not be operated while the cover art display is in process.
● When an iPod is connected and the audio source is changed to iPod mode, the iPod will
resume playing from the same point it was last used.
● Depending on the iPod that is connected to the system, certain functions may not be
available.
● If a Entune application (P.265) is used while iPod audio is being played back, operation
may become unstable. In this case, restart the cellular phone. (Refer to the manual that
came with the cellular phone for turning it on/off.)
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INFORMATION
3
3. MEDIA OPERATION
iPod AUDIO
REPEATING
The track currently being listened to
can be repeated.
1
Select the repeat button to change on/
off.
RANDOM ORDER
Tracks can be automatically and randomly selected.
1
102
Select the shuffle button to change on/
off.
iPod VIDEO
To change to iPod video mode, select
“Browse” on the iPod audio screen,
then select the “Videos” tab and select the desired video file.
The system can only output the iPod
video sound.
3. MEDIA OPERATION
4. Bluetooth® AUDIO
The Bluetooth® audio system enables users to enjoy listening to music that is
played on a portable player on the vehicle speakers via wireless communication.
This audio system supports Bluetooth®, a wireless data system capable of playing
portable audio music without cables. If your device does not support Bluetooth®,
the Bluetooth® audio system will not function.
OVERVIEW
Depending on the type of portable player connected, some functions may not be
available and/or the screen may look differently than shown in this manual.
Select “
3
Audio” to display the audio control screen.
AUDIO SYSTEM
■CONTROL SCREEN
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3. MEDIA OPERATION
■CONTROL PANEL
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3. MEDIA OPERATION
No.
Function
Select to display the audio source selection screen.
Displays Bluetooth® device condition.
Select to display the sound settings screen.
Select to play/pause.
Shows progress
Select to set repeat playback.
3
Select to set random playback.
AUDIO SYSTEM
Select to display the portable device connection screen.
Select to display the playlist screen.
To return to the top screen, select “Now Playing” on the list screen.
 Turn to select a track.
 Turn to move up/down the list.
 Press to select a track.
 Press and hold to fast forward/rewind.
Press to select a audio mode.
 Turn to adjust volume.
 Press to turn the audio system on/off.
 Press and hold to restart the audio system.
CAUTION
● Do not operate the player’s controls or connect to the Bluetooth® audio system while driving.
● Your audio unit is fitted with Bluetooth® antennas. People with implanted pacemakers or
cardiac defibrillators should maintain a reasonable distance between themselves and the
Bluetooth® antennas. The radio waves may affect the operation of such devices.
● Before using Bluetooth® devices, users of any electrical medical device other than
implanted pacemakers and implanted cardiac defibrillators should consult the manufacturer of the device for information about its operation under the influence of radio waves.
Radio waves could have unexpected effects on the operation of such medical devices.
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NOTICE
● Do not leave your portable player in the vehicle. In particular, high temperatures inside
the vehicle may damage the portable player.
INFORMATION
● Depending on the Bluetooth® device that is connected to the system, the music may start
playing when selecting
while it is paused. Conversely, the music may pause when
selecting
while it is playing.
● In the following conditions, the system may not function:
• The Bluetooth® device is turned off.
• The Bluetooth® device is not connected.
• The Bluetooth® device has a low battery.
● It may take time to connect the phone when Bluetooth® audio is being played.
● For operating the portable player, see the instruction manual that comes with it.
● If the Bluetooth® device is disconnected due to poor reception from the Bluetooth® network when the engine switch is in ACCESSORY or ON <IGNITION ON> mode, the system automatically reconnects the portable player.
● If the Bluetooth® device is disconnected on purpose, such as it was turned off, this does
not happen. Reconnect the portable player manually.
● Bluetooth® device information is registered when the Bluetooth® device is connected to
the Bluetooth® audio system. When selling or disposing of the vehicle, remove the
Bluetooth® audio information from the system. (P.58)
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3. MEDIA OPERATION
CONNECTING A Bluetooth®
DEVICE
To use the Bluetooth® audio system, it
is necessary to register a Bluetooth®
device with the system.
Registering an additional device
1
Select “Connect” on the Bluetooth®
audio control screen.
2
For more information: P.47
Selecting a registered device
Select “Connect” on the Bluetooth®
audio control screen.
2
For more information: P.49
REPEATING
The track currently being listened to
can be repeated.
1
Select the repeat button to change on/
off.
3
RANDOM ORDER
Tracks can be automatically and randomly selected.
1
Select the random button to change
on/off.
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AUDIO SYSTEM
1
LISTENING TO Bluetooth®
AUDIO
3. MEDIA OPERATION
5. AUX
OVERVIEW
Select “AUX” to display the audio control screen.
■CONTROL SCREEN
■CONTROL PANEL
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3. MEDIA OPERATION
No.
Function
Select to display the audio source selection screen.
Select to display the sound setting screen.
Press to select a audio mode.
 Turn to adjust volume.
 Press to turn the audio system on/off.
 Press and hold to restart the audio system.
CAUTION
3
● Do not connect portable audio device or operate the controls while driving.
● Do not leave portable audio device in the vehicle. The temperature inside the vehicle may
become high, resulting in damage to the player.
● Do not push down on or apply unnecessary pressure to the portable audio device while it
is connected as this may damage the portable audio device or its terminal.
● Do not insert foreign objects into the port as this may damage the portable audio device
or its terminal.
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NOTICE
4. AUDIO REMOTE CONTROLS
1. STEERING SWITCHES
Some parts of the audio system can be adjusted using the switches on the steering
wheel.
No.
Switch
Volume control switch
“
” switch
Enter switch
Back switch
“MODE/HOLD” switch
“MODE/HOLD” switch
Mode
Operation
Function
AM, FM,
XM, AUX
Press
Change audio modes
Press and hold
Mute (Press and hold again to resume the sound.)
Audio CD/
MP3/WMA/
AAC, USB,
iPod,
Press
Change audio modes
Bluetooth®
audio,
APPS
Press and hold
Pause (Press and hold again to resume the playmode.)
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4. AUDIO REMOTE CONTROLS
“
” switch
Mode
AM/FM
Radio
XM
Operation
Function
Press
Preset station up/down
Seek up/down
Press
Preset channel up/down
Seek up/down
Press and hold
(0.8 sec. or more)
Type seek up/down
Press and hold
(1.5 sec. or more)
Fast up/down
Press
Track up/down
Press and hold
Fast forward/rewind
Press
Track up/down
Press and hold
Fast forward/rewind
Press
Track up/down
Press and hold
Fast forward/rewind
Press
Track up/down
Press and hold
Fast forward/rewind
Press
Track up/down
Fast forward/rewind
Press and hold
Fast forward/rewind continuously
3
Audio CD
AUDIO SYSTEM
MP3/WMA/
AAC disc
USB
iPod
Bluetooth®
audio
Enter switch
Mode
Operation
Function
Control
screen
Press
Show list screen
List screen
Press
Select cursor entry
Volume control switch
Mode
All
Operation
Press
Function
Volume up/down
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4. AUDIO REMOTE CONTROLS
INFORMATION
● In the APPS mode, some operation may be done on the screen depend on the selected
APPS.
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5. SETUP
1. AUDIO SETTINGS
Detailed audio settings can be programmed.
1
AUDIO SETTINGS SCREEN
Press the “APPS” button.
No.
Select “Setup”.
Select “Audio”.
Select the items to be set.
Page
3
Select to change the number of preset radio stations
displayed on the screen.
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Select to set cover art settings on/off.

Select to set automatic
sound levelizer.
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Select to enable cache radio.

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AUDIO SYSTEM
2
3
4
Function
5. SETUP
SETTING THE NUMBER OF
RADIO PRESETS
1
Display the “Audio Settings” screen.
(P.113)
2
3
Select “Number of Radio Presets”.
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Select the button with the desired number to be displayed.
6. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM
1. OPERATING INFORMATION
NOTICE
● To avoid damage to the audio/visual
system:
• Be careful not to spill beverages over
the audio/visual system.
• Do not put anything other than an
appropriate disc into the disc slot.
INFORMATION
RADIO
Usually, a problem with radio reception
does not mean there is a problem with
the radio — it is just the normal result
of conditions outside the vehicle.
For example, nearby buildings and terrain can interfere with FM reception.
Power lines or phone wires can interfere with AM signals. And of course, radio signals have a limited range. The
farther the vehicle is from a station, the
weaker its signal will be. In addition, reception conditions change constantly
as the vehicle moves.
Here, some common reception problems that probably do not indicate a
problem with the radio are described.
Fading and drifting stations: Generally, the
effective range of FM is about 25 miles (40
km). Once outside this range, you may notice fading and drifting, which increase with
the distance from the radio transmitter.
They are often accompanied by distortion.
Multi-path: FM signals are reflective, making it possible for 2 signals to reach the vehicle’s antenna at the same time. If this
happens, the signals will cancel each other
out, causing a momentary flutter or loss of
reception.
Static and fluttering: These occur when
signals are blocked by buildings, trees or
other large objects. Increasing the bass
level may reduce static and fluttering.
Station swapping: If the FM signal being
listened to is interrupted or weakened, and
there is another strong station nearby on
the FM band, the radio may tune in the
second station until the original signal can
be picked up again.
AM
Fading: AM broadcasts are reflected by
the upper atmosphere — especially at
night. These reflected signals can interfere
with those received directly from the radio
station, causing the radio station to sound
alternately strong and weak.
Station interference: When a reflected signal and a signal received directly from a radio station are very nearly the same
frequency, they can interfere with each
other, making it difficult to hear the broadcast.
Static: AM is easily affected by external
sources of electrical noise, such as high
tension power lines, lightening or electrical
motors. This results in static.
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● The use of a cellular phone inside or
near the vehicle may cause a noise from
the speakers of the audio/visual system
which you are listening to. However, this
does not indicate a malfunction.
FM
6. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM
XM
 Cargo loaded on the roof luggage carrier,
especially metal objects, may adversely
affect the reception of XM Satellite Radio.
 Alternation or modifications carried out
without appropriate authorization may
invalidate the user’s right to operate the
equipment.
CD PLAYER AND DISC
 This CD player is intended for use with 4.7
in. (12 cm). discs only.
 Extremely high temperatures can keep the
CD player from working. On hot days, use
the air conditioning system to cool the
inside of the vehicle before using the
player.
 Bumpy roads or other vibrations may
make the CD player skip.
 If moisture gets into the CD player, the
discs may not be able to be played.
Remove the discs from the player and
wait until it dries.
CAUTION
● CD players use an invisible laser beam
which could cause hazardous radiation
exposure if directed outside the unit. Be
sure to operate the player correctly.
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Audio CDs
 Use only discs marked as shown above.
The following products may not be playable on your player:
• SACD
• dts CD
• Copy-protected CD
• Video CD
6. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM
Special shaped discs
Transparent/translucent discs
NOTICE
Low quality discs
Correct
Labeled discs
Wrong
 Handle discs carefully, especially when
inserting them. Hold them on the edge
and do not bend them. Avoid getting fingerprints on them, particularly on the shiny
side.
 Dirt, scratches, warping, pin holes or other
disc damage could cause the player to
skip or to repeat a section of a track. (To
see a pin hole, hold the disc up to the
light.)
 Remove discs from the players when not
in use. Store them in their plastic cases
away from moisture, heat and direct sunlight.
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● Do not use special shaped, transparent/
translucent, low quality or labeled discs
such as those shown in the illustrations.
The use of such discs may damage the
player, or it may be impossible to eject
the disc.
● This system is not designed for use of
Dual Discs. Do not use Dual Discs
because they may cause damage to the
player.
● Do not use discs with a protection ring.
The use of such discs may damage the
player, or it may be impossible to eject
the disc.
● Do not use printable discs. The use of
such discs may damage the player, or it
may be impossible to eject the disc.
6. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM
iPod
To clean a disc: Wipe it with a soft, lintfree cloth that has been dampened with
water. Wipe in a straight line from the center to the edge of the disc (not in circles).
Dry it with another soft, lint-free cloth. Do
not use a conventional record cleaner or
anti-static device.
CD-R/RW DISCS
 CD-R/CD-RW discs that have not been
subject to the “finalizing process” (a process that allows discs to be played on a
conventional CD player) cannot be
played.
 It may not be possible to play CD-R/CDRW discs recorded on a music CD
recorder or a personal computer because
of disc characteristics, scratches or dirt on
the disc, or dirt, condensation, etc. on the
lens of the unit.
 It may not be possible to play discs
recorded on a personal computer depending on the application settings and the
environment. Record with the correct format. (For details, contact the appropriate
application manufacturers of the applications.)
 CD-R/CD-RW discs may be damaged by
direct exposure to sunlight, high temperatures or other storage conditions. The unit
may be unable to play some damaged
discs.
 If you insert a CD-RW disc into the player,
playback will begin more slowly than with
a conventional CD or CD-R disc.
 Recordings on CD-R/CD-RW cannot be
played using the DDCD (Double Density
CD) system.
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 “Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone”
mean that an electronic accessory has
been designed to connect specifically to
iPod or iPhone respectively, and has been
certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards.
 Apple is not responsible for the operation
of this device or its compliance with safety
and regulatory standards. Please note
that the use of this accessory with iPod or
iPhone may affect wireless performance.
 iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and
iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Lightning is a trademark of Apple Inc.
6. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM
COMPATIBLE MODELS
The following iPod®, iPod nano®, iPod
classic®, iPod touch® and iPhone® devices can be used with this system.
Made for
iPod touch (5th generation)
iPod touch (4th generation)
iPod touch (3rd generation)
iPod touch (2nd generation)
iPod touch (1st generation)
iPod classic
iPod with video
iPod nano (7th generation)
iPod nano (6th generation)
iPod nano (5th generation)
iPod nano (4th generation)
iPod nano (3rd generation)
iPod nano (2nd generation)
iPod nano (1st generation)
iPhone 5
iPhone 4S
iPhone 4
iPhone 3GS
iPhone 3G
iPhone
Depending on differences between models or software versions etc., some models
might be incompatible with this system.
■COMPATIBLE USB DEVICES
USB communication
formats
USB 2.0 HS (480
Mbps) and FS
(12 Mbps)
File formats
FAT 16/32
Correspondence class
Mass
class
storage
COMPRESSED 3
■COMPATIBLE
FILES
Item
Compatible
file format
USB
DISC
MP3/WMA/AAC
Folders in the
device
Maximum
3000
Maximum
192
Files in the
device
Maximum
9999
Maximum
255
Files per
folder
Maximum
255
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FILE INFORMATION
6. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM
■CORRESPONDING
SAMPLING
FREQUENCY
File type
Frequency (kHz)
MP3 files:
MPEG 1 LAYER 3
32/44.1/48
MP3 files:
MPEG 2 LSF LAYER 3
16/22.05/24
WMA files:
Ver. 7, 8, 9 (9.1/9.2)
32/44.1/48
AAC files:
MPEG4/AAC-LC
11.025/12/16/
22.05/24/32/
44.1/48
■CORRESPONDING BIT RATES
File type
Bit rate (kbps)
MP3 files:
MPEG 1 LAYER 3
32 - 320
MP3 files:
MPEG 2 LSF LAYER 3
8 - 160
WMA files: Ver. 7, 8
CBR 48 - 192
WMA files:
Ver. 9 (9.1/9.2)
CBR 48 - 320
AAC files:
MPEG4/AAC-LC
16 - 320
(Variable Bit Rate (VBR) compatible)
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 MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3), WMA
(Windows Media Audio) and AAC
(Advanced Audio Coding) are audio compression standards.
 This system can play MP3/WMA/AAC files
on CD-R, CD-RW discs and USB memory.
 This system can play disc recordings compatible with ISO 9660 level 1 and level 2
and with the Romeo and Joliet file system.
 When naming an MP3/WMA/AAC file, add
an appropriate file extension (.mp3/.wma/
.m4a).
 This system plays back files with .mp3/
.wma/.m4a file extensions as MP3/WMA/
AAC files respectively. To prevent noise
and playback errors, use the appropriate
file extension.
 This system can play only the first session
when using multi-session compatible CDs.
 MP3 files are compatible with the ID3 Tag
Ver. 1.0, Ver. 1.1, Ver. 2.2 and Ver. 2.3 formats. This system cannot display disc
title, track title and artist name in other formats.
 WMA/AAC files can contain a WMA/AAC
tag that is used in the same way as an ID3
tag. WMA/AAC tags carry information
such as track title and artist name.
 The emphasis function is available only
when playing MP3/WMA files recorded at
32, 44.1 and 48 kHz.
 This system can play back AAC files
encoded by iTunes.
 The sound quality of MP3/WMA files generally improves with higher bit rates. In
order to achieve a reasonable level of
sound quality, discs recorded with a bit
rate of at least 128 kbps are recommended.
 The MP3/WMA player does not play back
MP3/WMA files from discs recorded using
packet write data transfer (UDF format).
Discs should be recorded using “pre-mastering” software rather than packet-write
software.
 M3u playlists are not compatible with the
audio player.
 MP3i (MP3 interactive) and MP3PRO formats are not compatible with the audio
player.
6. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM
 The player is compatible with VBR (Variable Bit Rate).
 When playing back files recorded as VBR
(Variable Bit Rate) files, the play time will
not be correctly displayed if the fast forward or reverse operations are used.
 It is not possible to check folders that do
not include MP3/WMA/AAC files.
 MP3/WMA/AAC files in folders up to 8 levels deep can be played. However, the
start of playback may be delayed when
using discs containing numerous levels of
folders. For this reason, we recommend
creating discs with no more than 2 levels
of folders.
001.mp3
002.wma
Folder 1
003.mp3
Folder 2
004.mp3
005.wma
Folder 3
006.aac
 The play order of the compact disc with
the structure shown above is as follows:
3
001.mp3
002.wma . . .
006.aac
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 The order changes depending on the personal computer and MP3/WMA/AAC
encoding software you use.
6. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM
TERMS
PACKET WRITE
 This is a general term that describes the
process of writing data on-demand to CDR, etc., in the same way that data is written to floppy or hard discs.
ID3 TAG
 This is a method of embedding trackrelated information in an MP3 file. This
embedded information can include the
track number, track title, the artist’s name,
the album title, the music genre, the year
of production, comments, cover art and
other data. The contents can be freely
edited using software with ID3 tag editing
functions. Although the tags are restricted
to a number of characters, the information
can be viewed when the track is played
back.
m3u
 Playlists created using “WINAMP” software have a playlist file extension (.m3u).
MP3
 MP3 is an audio compression standard
determined by a working group (MPEG) of
the ISO (International Standard Organization). MP3 compresses audio data to
about 1/10 the size of that on conventional
discs.
WMA
 WMA (Windows Media Audio) is an audio
compression
format
developed
by
Microsoft®. It compresses files into a size
smaller than that of MP3 files. The decoding formats for WMA files are Ver. 7, 8 and
9.
AAC
WMA TAG
 WMA files can contain a WMA tag that is
used in the same way as an ID3 tag. WMA
tags carry information such as track title
and artist name.
ISO 9660 FORMAT
 This is the international standard for the
formatting of CD-ROM folders and files.
For the ISO 9660 format, there are 2 levels of regulations.
 Level 1: The file name is in 8.3 format (8
character file names, with a 3 character
file extension. File names must be composed of one-byte capital letters and numbers. The “_” symbol may also be
included.)
 Level 2: The file name can have up to 31
characters (including the separation mark
“.” and file extension). Each folder must
contain fewer than 8 hierarchies.
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 AAC is short for Advanced Audio Coding
and refers to an audio compression technology standard used with MPEG2 and
MPEG4.
6. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM
ERROR MESSAGES
Mode
CD
“No music files found.”
It indicates that there is no disc in the CD player.
“Check DISC”
It indicates that the disc is dirty, damaged, or it
was inserted upside down. Clean the disc or insert it correctly.
It indicates a disc which is not playable is inserted.
“DISC Error”
There is a trouble inside the system.
Eject the disc.
3
“Connection error. Please
consult your Owner’s
Manual for instructions on
how to connect the USB
device.”
This indicates a problem in the USB memory or
its connection.
“No music files found.”
This indicates that no MP3/WMA/AAC files are
included in the USB memory.
“Connection error. Please
consult your Owner’s
Manual for instructions on
how to connect the iPod.”
This indicates a problem in the iPod or its connection.
“No music files found.”
This indicates that there is no music data in the
iPod.
“Please check the iPod
firmware version.”
This indicates that the software version is not
compatible. Perform the iPod firmware updates
and try again.
“iPod authorization unsuccessful.”
This indicates that it failed to authorize the iPod.
Please check your iPod.
“Music tracks not supported. Please check your audio player.”
This indicates a problem in the Bluetooth® device.
iPod
Bluetooth®
Audio
Explanation
INFORMATION
● If the malfunction is not rectified: Take your vehicle to your Toyota dealer.
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AUDIO SYSTEM
USB
Message
6. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM
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1
1
VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM
OPERATION
2
1. VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM...... 126
USING THE VOICE COMMAND
SYSTEM............................................ 126
3
VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM
OPERATION ..................................... 127
2. CASUAL SPEECH
RECOGNIZATION..................... 132
3. COMMAND LIST ......................... 133
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5
6
7
8
9
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1. VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM OPERATION
1. VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM
The voice command system enables
the navigation, audio and hands-free
systems to be operated using voice
commands.
MICROPHONE
Vehicles without moon roof
Refer to the command list for samples
of voice commands. (P.133)
USING THE VOICE
COMMAND SYSTEM
STEERING SWITCH
Vehicles with moon roof
Talk switch
 Press the talk switch to start the voice
command system.
 To cancel voice recognition, press and
hold the talk switch.
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 It is unnecessary to speak directly into the
microphone when giving a command.
1. VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM OPERATION
INFORMATION
The voice command system is operated by selecting a tab corresponding to
each function. The tabs are found on
the upper part of the screen.
1
Press the talk switch.
 Voice guidance for the voice command
system can be skipped by pressing the
talk switch.
2
Say the tab selection command or select the desired tab.
 Commands related with each function are
displayed on the screen of the each function tab. Some commonly used commands are displayed on the screen of the
shortcut tab.
 Selecting “Help” or saying “Help”
prompts voice guidance to offer examples of commands and operation methods.
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● The voice command system can be
operated while guidance is being spoken. (It is not necessary to wait for the
confirmation beep before speaking a
command.)
● Voice commands may not be recognized
if:
• Spoken too quickly.
• Spoken at a low or high volume.
• The roof or windows are open.
• Passengers are talking while voice
commands are spoken.
• The air conditioning speed is set high.
• The air conditioning vents are turned
towards the microphone.
● In the following conditions, the system
may not recognize the command properly and using voice commands may not
be possible:
• The command is incorrect or unclear.
Note that certain words, accents or
speech patterns may be difficult for the
system to recognize.
• There is excessive background noise,
such as wind noise.
VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM
OPERATION
1. VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM OPERATION
3
Say the command displayed on the
screen.
 Registered POIs, registered names in the
contacts list etc., can be said in the place
of the “<>” next to the commands.
(P.133)
For example: Say “Find nearby dining”,
“Call John smith” etc.
 If a desired outcome is not shown, or if no
selections are available, perform one of
the following to return to the previous
screen:
• Say “Go back”.
• Select “Go Back”.
 To cancel voice recognition, select “Cancel”, or press and hold the talk switch.
INFORMATION
● If the navigation system does not
respond or the confirmation screen does
not disappear, press the talk switch and
try again.
● “Voice Recognition Prompts” can be set
to on or off on the “Voice Settings”
screen. (P.59)
● Voice guidance can be canceled by setting voice prompts to off. Use this setting
when it is desirable to say a command
immediately after pressing the talk
switch and hearing a beep.
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■DISPLAYING THE “Voice Settings”
SCREENS
 Selecting “Voice Settings” can be displayed the “Voice Settings” screen.
(P.59)
VOICE COMMAND EXAMPLE:
LAUNCH ENTUNE
APPLICATION
1
2
Press the talk switch.
Say “Launch <application name>”.
 Entune application screen is displayed.
1. VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM OPERATION
VOICE COMMAND EXAMPLE:
PERFORMING A DESTINATION
SEARCH BY ADDRESS
(ENGLISH ONLY)
1
2
3
● The voice command recognition is
designed to recognize the main body of
the official street name.
Say “Enter an address”.
For example: if the official street name is
“East Main Street”, the voice command
recognition will recognize “Main”.
Say “<house number, street name,
city name, State>” continuously.
For example: Say “West 555”.
Press the talk switch.
 A confirmation screen will be displayed
showing the recognition results. If multiple
matching items are found, a selection
screen will be displayed. Say “<number>” or select the number.
 Some areas cannot be recognized by the
voice recognition system.
Say “Go directly”.
 After this, follow the voice guidance and
search for a destination route by voice
command operation.
● Say the desired number, cardinal direction etc. in the place of the “<>”.
● Inputting the house number can be
skipped.
● Even if the state set using voice recognition is different from the set state in the
“Address” screen (which was set when a
destination was set manually), the set
state in the “Address” screen will not
change. (P.212)
● The house number voice recognition
conditions are outlined below:
• Numerals: 10 digits or less
• Numerals and cardinal direction or a
hyphen and numerals: A total of 9
digits or less (Do not say “and”.)
• Cardinal direction or a hyphen and
numerals: A total of 9 digits or less
(Do not say “and”.)
• Numerals are recognized as single
digits only.
• The cardinal direction and hyphens
are only recognized once.
• The following cardinal directions can
be recognized: North, East, West and
South.
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 For information regarding the state/
province setting to perform a destination
search by address: P.211
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INFORMATION
1. VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM OPERATION
VOICE COMMAND EXAMPLE:
SEARCH FOR A SONG
VOICE COMMAND EXAMPLE:
CALL NAME
1
Press the talk switch.
1
Press the talk switch.
2
Say “Play song <name>”.
2
Say “Call
types>”.
 A confirmation screen will be displayed
showing the recognition results. If multiple
matching items are found, a selection
screen will be displayed. Say “<number>” or select the number.
 The system starts playing music and the
song lists are displayed.
<contacts>
<phone
 A confirmation screen will be displayed
showing the recognition results. If multiple
matching items are found, a selection
screen will be displayed. Say “<number>” or select the number.
INFORMATION
INFORMATION
● The Gracenote database is only compatible with the USB or iPod mode.
● A USB memory or iPod must be connected to enable track searching and
playback. (P.94, 98)
● When a USB memory or iPod is connected, recognition data is created so
tracks can be searched using voice
commands.
● Recognition data is updated under the
following conditions:
• When the USB memory or iPod data
has changed.
• When the voice recognition language
is changed. (P.54)
● While the recognition data is being created or being updated, a track search
cannot be performed using a voice command.
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● In the same manner as it is displayed on
the screen, “Call <contacts> <phone
types>”, after saying “Call a contact”
say the name, or the name and type of
phone, of a contact.
For example: “Call a contact”, “John
Smith” or “Call a contact”, “Mary
Davis”, “Mobile”
● There are 4 types of phones: Home,
Mobile, Office and Other.
● Short or abbreviated names in the contacts list may not be recognized. Change
names in the contacts list to full names.
● Sometimes a voice recognition result
confirmation screen will be displayed.
After confirming the result, say “Yes” or
“No”.
● When the system recognizes multiple
names from the contacts list, a name
candidate list will be displayed on the
screen. If the desired name is not displayed on the top of the screen, say or
select the number of the name from the
candidate list (number 1 and number 2)
to select a name from the candidate list.
● When a contact has multiple phone
numbers registered in the contacts list, a
candidate list will be displayed. If the
desired phone number is not displayed
on the top of the screen, say or select
the number of the desired phone number from the candidate list (number 1
and number 2) to select a phone number
from the candidate list.
1. VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM OPERATION
VOICE COMMAND EXAMPLE:
DIAL NUMBER
1
Press the talk switch.
2
Say the phone number.
 In the same manner as it is displayed on
the screen, “Dial <number>”, after saying
“Dial a number” say the phone number.
 Say the phone number one digit at a time.
For example, if the phone number is
2345678:
Say “two three four five six seven
eight”
Do not say “twenty three forty five sixty
seven eight”
Calling to the following phone numbers
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VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM
• 3 digit numbers (911, 411, 611)
• 7 digit numbers (Local phone numbers)
• 10 digit numbers (Area code + Local
phone number)
• 11 digit phone numbers (1 + Area code +
Local phone number)
 As the system cannot recognize additional
numbers, say the complete number without stopping.
Calling to other phone numbers
3
Say “Call” or press the
the steering wheel.
switch on
 When the system recognizes multiple
phone numbers, a phone number candidate list will be displayed on the screen.
switch on the steering
Pressing the
wheel makes a call to the top entry on
the list. If the desired phone number is
not displayed on the top of the screen,
say the number of the desired phone
number from the candidate list to select
a phone number from the candidate list.
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1. VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM OPERATION
2. CASUAL SPEECH RECOGNIZATION
Due to natural language speech recognition technology, this system enables
recognition of a command when spoken naturally. However, the system
cannot recognize every variation of
each command. In some situations, it
is possible to omit the command for the
procedure and directly state the desired operation. Not all voice commands are displayed in the short cut
menu.
INFORMATION
● If the command cannot be recognized
completely, the command input screen
will be displayed. (Search results will be
shown based on the part of the command that was recognized.)
EXPRESSION EXAMPLES FOR
EACH FUNCTION
Command
“Go Home”*
Navigate to my house.
Take me home.
“Enter an
Address”*
I need a route to a
street address.
Give me a street.
“Find Nearby
<POI category>”*
Search for a <Restaurants> around here.
I need a route to a
nearby <Restaurants>.
“Call
<name>
<type>”
Get
me
<Robert
Brown>.
Contact the <Robert
Brown>
phone
of
<Work>.
“Dial <number>”
Can you get me
<3334445555>.
Ring <3334445555>.
“Play Artist
<name>”
Play the artist <name>.
I want to hear the band
<name>.
“Play Album
<name>”
Play album <name>.
Switch to the album
<name>.
*: If equipped
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Expression examples
1. VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM OPERATION
3. COMMAND LIST
Recognizable voice commands and their actions are shown below.
 Frequently used commands are listed in the following tables.
 For devices that are not installed in the vehicle, the related commands will not be displayed in the screen. Also, according to conditions, other commands may not be displayed in the screen.
 The functions available may vary according to the navigation system installed.
 Voice recognition language can be changed. (P.54)
Basic
Command
Action
“Help”
Prompts voice guidance to offer examples of commands
or operation methods
“Go Back”
Returns to the previous screen
“Number one/two/three/four/five”
Selects the number on the list screen
“Next Page”
Displays the next page
“Previous Page”
Displays the previous page
“Go to <tab>”
Displays the command list of the selected tab
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VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM
Apps
When the voice recognition language is set to English.
Command
“Launch <apps>”
Action
Activates the Entune application
Navi
Command
Action
“Find Nearby <POI category>”
Displays a list of <POI category*> near the current position
“Enter an Address”
Enables setting a destination by saying the address
“Go Home”
Displays the route to home
“Cancel Route”
Stops the route guidance
*: For example; “Gas stations”, “Restaurants”, etc.
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1. VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM OPERATION
Phone
Command
Action
“Redial”
Places a call to the phone number of the latest outgoing
call
“Call Back”
Places a call to the phone number of latest incoming call
“Show Recent Calls”
Displays the call history screen
“Dial <phone number>”
Places a call to the said phone number
“Call <contacts> <phonetypes>”
Place a call to the said phone type of the contact from the
phone book
Audio
Command
Action
“Play Playlist <name>”
Plays tracks from the selected playlist
“Play Artist <name>”
Plays tracks from the selected artist
“Play Song <name>”
Plays the selected track
“Play Album <name>”
Plays tracks from the selected album
Info
Command
Action
“Show Forecast”
Displays weather information
“Show Traffic”
Displays traffic information
INFORMATION
● Commands relating to operation of the audio/visual can only be performed when the
audio is turned on.
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INFORMATION
1
1
VEHICLE INFORMATION
1. FUEL CONSUMPTION................ 136
2
PAST RECORD ................................... 136
TRIP INFORMATION........................... 137
3
2
OTHER USEFUL
INFORMATION
4
1. RECEIVING DOPPLER
WEATHER INFORMATION ...... 138
DISPLAYING DOPPLER
WEATHER INFORMATION .............. 138
2. RECEIVING TRAFFIC MAP
INFORMATION ......................... 140
5
6
DISPLAYING TRAFFIC MAP
INFORMATION ................................. 140
3. DATA SERVICES SETTINGS..... 141
7
SETTING DOWNLOAD METHODS .... 141
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1. VEHICLE INFORMATION
1. FUEL CONSUMPTION
PAST RECORD
3
The “Past Record” screen will be displayed.
Fuel consumption information from recent resets can be displayed.
1
Press the “APPS” button.
No.
Function
Best recorded fuel economy
Average
2
Select “Eco”.
Current fuel economy
Previous fuel economy record
 If the “Past Record” screen does not
appear, select “Past Record” on the “Trip
Information” screen.
 The average fuel consumption history is
divided by color into past averages and
the average fuel consumption since the
last reset. Use the displayed average fuel
consumption as a reference.
 Reset the average fuel consumption by
selecting “Update” to measure the current fuel consumption again.
 Past record data can be deleted by selecting “Clear”.
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1. VEHICLE INFORMATION
TRIP INFORMATION
The average fuel consumption of the
last 15 minutes will be shown in oneminute blocks.
1
2
3
Press the “APPS” button.
Select “Eco”.
The “Trip Information” screen will be
displayed.
5
No.
Function
Previous
minute
fuel
fuel
consumption
per
consumption
per
INFORMATION
Current
minute
Average speed
Elapsed time
Range
 If the “Trip Information” screen does not
appear, select “Trip Information” on the
“Past Record” screen.
 Consumption data can be deleted by
selecting “Clear”.
 Average fuel consumption for the past 15
minutes is divided by color into past averages and averages attained since the
engine switch was last turned to IGNITION ON mode. Use the displayed average fuel consumption as a reference.
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2. OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION
1. RECEIVING DOPPLER WEATHER INFORMATION
Doppler weather radar information can
be received via the HD Radio or by the
Entune application on a Bluetooth®
phone. For details about the Entune
application: P.263
3
Check that the “Weather” screen is displayed.
DISPLAYING DOPPLER
WEATHER INFORMATION
1
Press the “APPS” button.
No.
Function
Select to display the weather of the
current location. (P.139)
Select to display the weather of a
desired location in the recently
checked locations list.
Select to display the weather of a
desired location in the national cities
list.
2
Select “Weather”.
Select to display the weather of a
desired location in the other local cities list.
Select to display Doppler weather
radar information over the map.
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2. OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION
DISPLAYING THE WEATHER
OF THE CURRENT LOCATION
1
Display
the
(P.138)
2
3
Select “Current Weather”.
“Weather”
screen.
Select the desired tab to be displayed.
INFORMATION
● If weather is set to the home screen, the
weather screen of the current location
will be displayed.
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INFORMATION
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2. OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION
2. RECEIVING TRAFFIC MAP INFORMATION
Traffic information can be received via
the HD Radio or by an application on a
Bluetooth® phone. For details about
the application: P.264
4
Check that the “Traffic Map” screen is
displayed.
DISPLAYING TRAFFIC MAP
INFORMATION
1
Press the “APPS” button.
No.
Function
Current position of your car
Traffic information line
The line color means the following:
Red: Heavy congestion
Yellow: Moderate traffic
Green: Freely flowing traffic
2
3
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Select “Traffic”.
Select the desired item.
2. OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION
3. DATA SERVICES SETTINGS
SETTING DOWNLOAD
METHODS
Data service information, which is
comprised of traffic information and
weather information, can be received
via the HD Radio and by the Entune
application on a Bluetooth® phone.
The receiving method can be set to
both or only via the HD Radio. For details about the Entune application:
P.263
1
Press the “APPS” button.
4
Select the desired item to be set.
 Select a checkbox on the right to set.
No.
Function
Select to receive data service information via both the HD Radio and
the Entune application on a
Bluetooth® phone. When both methods are available, the HD Radio will
be selected.
Select to receive data only via the
HD Radio.
Select “Setup”.
3
Select “HD DATA”.
INFORMATION
2
5
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2. OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION
142
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PERIPHERAL MONITORING SYSTEM
1
1
REAR VIEW MONITOR
SYSTEM
2
1. REAR VIEW MONITOR
SYSTEM .................................... 144
DRIVING PRECAUTIONS ................... 144
3
SCREEN DESCRIPTION .................... 145
2. REAR VIEW MONITOR
SYSTEM PRECAUTIONS......... 146
4
AREA DISPLAYED ON SCREEN........ 146
THE CAMERA ..................................... 146
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN
THE SCREEN AND
THE ACTUAL ROAD......................... 147
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WHEN APPROACHING
THREE-DIMENSIONAL
OBJECTS .......................................... 149
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3. THINGS YOU SHOULD
KNOW ....................................... 151
7
IF YOU NOTICE ANY SYMPTOMS .... 151
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1. REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM
1. REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM
The rear view monitor system assists
the driver by displaying an image of the
view behind the vehicle with fixed
guide lines on the screen while backing
up, for example while parking.
INFORMATION
● The screen illustrations used in this text
are intended as examples, and may differ from the image that is actually displayed on the screen.
DRIVING PRECAUTIONS
The rear view monitor system is a supplemental device intended to assist the
driver when backing up. When backing
up, be sure to visually check all around
the vehicle both directly and using the
mirrors before proceeding. If you do
not, you may hit another vehicle, and
could possibly cause an accident.
Pay attention to the following precautions when using the rear view monitor
system.
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CAUTION
● Never depend on the rear view monitor
system entirely when backing up. The
image and the position of the guide lines
displayed on the screen may differ from
the actual state.
Use caution, just as you would when
backing up any vehicle.
● Be sure to back up slowly, depressing
the brake pedal to control vehicle speed.
● The instructions given are only guidelines. When and how much to turn the
steering wheel will vary according to
traffic conditions, road surface conditions, vehicle condition, etc. when parking. It is necessary to be fully aware of
this before using the rear view monitor
system.
● When parking, be sure to check that the
parking space will accommodate your
vehicle before maneuvering into it.
● Do not use the rear view monitor system
in the following cases:
• On icy or slick road surfaces, or in
snow
• When using tire chains or emergency
tires
• When the trunk is not closed completely
• On roads that are not flat or straight,
such as curves or slopes.
● In low temperatures, the screen may
darken or the image may become faint.
The image could distort when the vehicle is moving, or you may become
unable to see the image on the screen.
Be sure to visually check all around the
vehicle both directly and using the mirrors before proceeding.
● If the tire sizes are changed, the position
of the fixed guide lines displayed on the
screen may change.
● The camera uses a special lens. The
distances between objects and pedestrians that appear in the image displayed
on the screen will differ from the actual
distances.(P.147)
1. REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM
SCREEN DESCRIPTION
The rear view monitor system screen will be displayed if the shift lever is shifted to
the “R” position while the engine switch is in ON <IGNITION ON> mode.
No.
Display
Function
Vehicle width extension
guide lines
Displays a guide path when the vehicle is being backed
straight up.
 The displayed width is wider than the actual vehicle
width.
Vehicle center guide lines
These lines indicate the estimated vehicle center on the
ground.
Shows distance behind the vehicle.
 Displays a point approximately 1.5 ft. (0.5 m) (red) from
the edge of the bumper.
Distance guide line
Shows distance behind the vehicle.
 Displays a point approximately 3 ft. (1 m) (blue) from
the edge of the bumper.
CANCELING REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM
The rear view monitor system is canceled when the shift lever is shifted into any
position other than the “R” position.
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PERIPHERAL MONITORING SYSTEM
Distance guide lines
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1. REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM
2. REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM PRECAUTIONS
AREA DISPLAYED ON
SCREEN
The rear view monitor system displays
an image of the view from the bumper
of the rear area of the vehicle.
THE CAMERA
The camera for the rear view monitor
system is located as shown in the illustration.
Displayed area
Screen
USING THE CAMERA
Corners of bumper
 The image adjustment procedure for the
rear view monitor system screen is the
same as the procedure for adjusting the
navigation screen. (P.41)
INFORMATION
● The area displayed on the screen may
vary according to vehicle orientation
conditions.
● Objects which are close to either corner
of the bumper or under the bumper cannot be displayed.
● The camera uses a special lens. The
distance of the image that appears on
the screen differs from the actual distance.
● Items which are located higher than the
camera may not be displayed on the
monitor.
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If the camera lens becomes dirty, it
cannot transmit a clear image. If water
droplets, snow or mud adhere to the
lens, rinse with water and wipe with a
soft cloth. If the lens is extremely dirty,
wash it with a mild cleanser and rinse.
1. REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM
NOTICE
 The distance guide lines and the vehicle
width extension guide lines may not actually be parallel with the dividing lines of the
parking space, even when they appear to
be so. Be sure to check visually.
 The distances between the vehicle width
extension guide lines and the left and right
dividing lines of the parking space may not
be equal, even when they appear to be
so. Be sure to check visually.
 The distance guide lines give a distance
guide for flat road surfaces. In any of the
following situations, there is a margin of
error between the fixed guide lines on the
screen and the actual distance /course on
the road.
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PERIPHERAL MONITORING SYSTEM
● The rear view monitor system may not
operate properly in the following cases.
• If the back of the vehicle is hit, the
position and mounting angle of the
camera may change.
• As the camera has a water proof construction, do not detach, disassemble
or modify it. This may cause incorrect
operation.
• Do not strongly rub the camera lens. If
the camera lens is scratched, it cannot
transmit a clear image.
• Do not allow organic solvent, car wax,
window cleaner or glass coat to adhere
to the camera. If this happens, wipe it
off as soon as possible.
• If the temperature changes rapidly,
such as when hot water is poured on
the vehicle in cold weather, the system
may not operate normally.
• When washing the vehicle, do not
apply intensive bursts of water to the
camera or camera area. Doing so may
result in the camera malfunctioning.
● Do not expose the camera to strong
impact as this could cause a malfunction. If this happens, have the vehicle
inspected by your Toyota dealer as soon
as possible.
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN
THE SCREEN AND THE
ACTUAL ROAD
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1. REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM
WHEN THE GROUND BEHIND
THE VEHICLE SLOPES UP
SHARPLY
The distance guide lines will appear to
be closer to the vehicle than the actual
distance. Because of this, objects will
appear to be farther away than they actually are. In the same way, there will
be a margin of error between the
guidelines and the actual distance/
course on the road.
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WHEN THE GROUND BEHIND
THE VEHICLE SLOPES DOWN
SHARPLY
The distance guide lines will appear to
be further from the vehicle than the actual distance. Because of this, objects
will appear to be closer than they actually are. In the same way, there will be
a margin of error between the guidelines and the actual distance/course on
the road.
1. REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM
WHEN ANY PART OF THE
VEHICLE SAGS
When any part of the vehicle sags due
to the number of passengers or the distribution of the load, there is a margin
of error between the fixed guide lines
on the screen and the actual distance/
course on the road.
WHEN APPROACHING
THREE-DIMENSIONAL
OBJECTS
The distance guide lines are displayed
according to flat surfaced objects
(such as the road). It is not possible to
determine the position of three-dimensional objects (such as vehicles) using
the distance guide lines. When approaching a three-dimensional object
that extends outward (such as the flatbed of a truck), be careful of the following.
A margin of error
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1. REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM
VEHICLE WIDTH EXTENSION
GUIDE LINES
Visually check the surroundings and
the area behind the vehicle. In the case
shown below, the truck appears to be
outside of the vehicle width extension
guide lines and the vehicle does not
look as if it hits the truck. However, the
rear body of the truck may actually
cross over the vehicle width extension
guide lines. In reality if you back up as
guided by the vehicle width extension
guide lines, the vehicle may hit the
truck.
DISTANCE GUIDE LINES
Visually check the surroundings and
the area behind the vehicle. On the
screen, it appears that a truck is parking at point B. However, in reality if you
back up to point A, you will hit the truck.
On the screen, it appears that A is closest and C is furthest away. However, in
reality, the distance to A and C is the
same, and B is farther than A and C.
Positions of A, B and C
C
AB
C
B
A
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Vehicle width extension guide lines
1. REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM
3. THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
IF YOU NOTICE ANY SYMPTOMS
If you notice any of the following symptoms, refer to the likely cause and the solution, and re-check.
Symptom
Solution
The image is difficult to see
 The vehicle is in a dark
area
 The temperature around
the lens is either high or low
 The outside temperature is
low
 There are water droplets on
the camera
 It is raining or humid
 Foreign matter (mud etc.) is
adhering to the camera
 Sunlight or headlights are
shining directly into the
camera
 The vehicle is under fluorescent
lights,
sodium
lights, mercury lights etc.
Back up while visually checking the vehicle’s surroundings. (Use the monitor again
once conditions have been
improved.)
The procedure for adjusting
the picture quality of the rear
view monitor system is the
same as the procedure for
adjusting the screen. (P.41)
The image is blurry
Dirt or foreign matter (such as
water droplets, snow, mud
etc.) is adhering to the camera.
Rinse the camera lens with
water and wipe it clean with a
soft cloth.
Wash with a mild soap if the
dirt is stubborn.
The image is out of alignment
The camera or surrounding
area has received a strong
impact.
Have the vehicle inspected by
your Toyota dealer.
The fixed guide lines are very
far out of alignment
The camera position is out of
alignment.
Have the vehicle inspected by
your Toyota dealer.
 The vehicle is tilted (there is
a heavy load on the vehicle,
tire pressure is low due to a
tire puncture, etc.)
 The vehicle is used on an
incline.
If this happens due to these
causes, it does not indicate a
malfunction.
Back up while visually checking the vehicle’s surroundings.
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Likely cause
1. REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM
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1
1
PHONE OPERATION (HANDSFREE SYSTEM FOR
CELLULAR PHONES)
1. QUICK REFERENCE................... 154
5. TALKING ON
THE Bluetooth® PHONE.......... 164
INCOMING CALL WAITING ................ 166
6. Bluetooth® PHONE
MESSAGE FUNCTION ............. 167
RECEIVING A MESSAGE ................... 168
2. SOME BASICS ............................ 155
CHECKING MESSAGES..................... 168
REGISTERING/CONNECTING
A Bluetooth® PHONE........................ 155
REPLYING TO A MESSAGE
(QUICK REPLY) ................................ 169
USING THE PHONE SWITCH/
MICROPHONE ................................. 156
CALLING THE MESSAGE SENDER... 170
VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM.............. 156
ABOUT THE CONTACTS
IN THE CONTACT LIST ................... 157
2
2
4
5
SETUP
WHEN SELLING OR DISPOSING
OF THE VEHICLE............................. 157
1. PHONE/MESSAGE
SETTINGS................................. 172
3. CALLING ON THE Bluetooth®
PHONE....................................... 158
PHONE/MESSAGE SETTINGS
SCREEN ........................................... 172
“Sound Settings” SCREEN .................. 173
BY FAVORITES LIST .......................... 159
3
BY CALL HISTORY ............................. 159
“Contact/Call History Settings”
SCREEN ........................................... 174
BY CONTACTS LIST .......................... 160
“Messaging Settings” SCREEN ........... 182
BY DIAL PAD ...................................... 162
“Phone Display Settings” SCREEN ..... 183
6
7
8
BY OFF HOOK SWITCH ..................... 162
BY “Home” SCREEN ........................... 162
4. RECEIVING ON
THE Bluetooth® PHONE .......... 163
3
WHAT TO DO IF...
9
1. TROUBLESHOOTING ................ 184
INCOMING CALLS.............................. 163
153
1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
1. QUICK REFERENCE
The phone top screen can be used to make a phone call. To display the hands-free
operation screen, press the “APPS” button and select “Phone”, the
switch on
the steering wheel or
switch on the instrument panel.
Several functions are available to operate on each screen that is displayed by selecting the 4 tabs.
Function
Page
Registering/connecting
Calling on the
Phone operation
Message function
Setting up a phone
154
Bluetooth®
Bluetooth®
phone
phone
42
158
Receiving on the Bluetooth® phone
163
Talking on the Bluetooth® phone
164
®
Using the Bluetooth phone message function
167
Phone settings
172
Bluetooth® settings
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1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
2. SOME BASICS
The hands-free system enables calls
to be made and received without having to take your hands off the steering
wheel.
This system supports Bluetooth®.
Bluetooth® is a wireless data system
that enables cellular phones to be used
without being connected by a cable or
placed in a cradle.
The operating procedure of the phone
is explained here.
CAUTION
● While driving, do not use a cellular
phone or connect the Bluetooth® phone.
● Your audio unit is fitted with Bluetooth®
antennas. People with implanted pacemakers or cardiac defibrillators should
maintain a reasonable distance between
themselves and the Bluetooth® antennas. The radio waves may affect the
operation of such devices.
NOTICE
● If your cellular phone does not support
Bluetooth®, this system cannot function.
● In the following conditions, the system
may not function:
• The cellular phone is turned off.
• The current position is outside the
communication area.
• The cellular phone is not connected.
• The cellular phone has a low battery.
● When using Bluetooth® audio and
hands-free at the same time, the following problems may occur:
• The Bluetooth® connection may be
cut.
• Noise may be heard on the Bluetooth®
audio playback.
REGISTERING/CONNECTING
A Bluetooth® PHONE
To use the hands-free system for cellular phones, it is necessary to register a
cellular phone with the system.
(P.42)
Bluetooth® PHONE CONDITION
DISPLAY
The condition of the Bluetooth® phone
appears on the upper right side of the
screen. (P.18)
● Do not leave your cellular phone in the
vehicle. The temperature inside may rise
to a level that could damage the phone.
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● Before using Bluetooth® devices, users
of any electrical medical device other
than
implanted
pacemakers
and
implanted cardiac defibrillators should
consult the manufacturer of the device
for information about its operation under
the influence of radio waves. Radio
waves could have unexpected effects on
the operation of such medical devices.
INFORMATION
1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
USING THE PHONE SWITCH/
MICROPHONE
Vehicles with moon roof
Steering switch
By pressing the phone switch, a call
can be received or ended without taking your hands off the steering wheel.
VOICE COMMAND SYSTEM
Press this switch to operate the voice
command system.
Volume control switch
 Press the “+” side to increase the volume.
 Press the “-” side to decrease the volume.
Off hook switch
On hook switch
Microphone
The microphone is used when talking
on the phone.
Vehicles without moon roof
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 The voice command system and its list
of commands can be operated.
(P.126)
1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
INFORMATION
● The other party’s voice will be heard
from the front speakers. The audio/
visual system will be muted during
phone calls or when hands-free voice
commands are used.
● Talk alternately with the other party on
the phone. If both parties speak at the
same time, the other party may not hear
what has been said. (This is not a malfunction.)
● Keep call volume down. Otherwise, the
other party’s voice may be audible outside the vehicle and voice echo may
increase. When talking on the phone,
speak clearly towards the microphone.
● The other party may not hear you clearly
when:
• Driving on an unpaved road. (Making
excessive traffic noise.)
• Driving at high speeds.
• The roof or windows are open.
• The air conditioning vents are pointed
towards the microphone.
• The sound of the air conditioning fan is
loud.
• There is a negative effect on sound
quality due to the phone and/or network being used.
ABOUT THE CONTACTS IN
THE CONTACT LIST
 The following data is stored for every registered phone. When another phone is
connected, the following registered data
cannot be read:
• Contact data
• Call history data
• Favorites data
• Image data
• All phone settings
• Message settings
INFORMATION
● When a phone’s registration is deleted,
the above-mentioned data is also
deleted.
WHEN SELLING OR
DISPOSING OF THE VEHICLE
A lot of personal data is registered
when the hands-free system is used.
When selling or disposing of the vehicle, initialize the data. (P.58)
INFORMATION
● Once initialized, the data and settings
will be erased. Pay much attention when
initializing the data.
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 The following data in the system can be
initialized:
• Contact data
• Call history data
• Favorites data
• Image data
• All phone settings
• Message settings
1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
3. CALLING ON THE Bluetooth® PHONE
After a Bluetooth® phone has been
registered, a call can be made using
the hands-free system. There are several methods by which a call can be
made, as described below.
1
2
3
Press the “APPS” button.
Select “Phone”.
Select the desired tab to call from.
 The phone top screen can be displayed by
switch on the steering
pressing the
wheel.
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How to make a call list
Page
By favorites list
159
By call history
159
By contacts list*
160
By dial pad*
162
By e-mail/SMS/MMS
170
By POI call
203
By off hook switch
162
By Entune*
270
By voice command system
130
By “Home” screen
162
*: The operation cannot be performed while
driving.
1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
BY FAVORITES LIST
BY CALL HISTORY
Calls can be made using registered
contacts which can be selected from a
contact list. (P.179)
Up to 30 of the latest call history items
(missed, incoming and outgoing) can
be selected from the “Call History” tab.
1
Display the
(P.158)
screen.
1
Display the
(P.158)
2
Select the “Favorites” tab and select
the desired contact.
2
Select the “Call History” tab and se-
Select the desired number.
 The icons of call type are displayed.
3
4
phone
top
lect
Check that the “Call” screen is displayed.
phone
top
screen.
or the desired contact.
: Missed call
: Incoming call
: Outgoing call
7
When
Check that the “Call” screen is displayed.
When the desired contact is selected
3
Select the desired number.
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3
is selected
1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
4
Check that the “Call” screen is displayed.
INFORMATION
● When making a call to the same number
continuously, only the most recent call is
listed in call history.
● When a phone number registered in the
contact list is received, the name is displayed.
● Number-withheld calls are also memorized in the system.
● International phone calls may not be
made depending on the type of cellular
phone you have.
● The list should group together consecutive entries with the same phone number
and same call type. For example, two
calls from Kay Rowles’s mobile would
be displayed as follows: Kay Rowles (2)
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BY CONTACTS LIST
Calls can be made by using contact
data which is transferred from a registered cellular phone. (P.161)
Up to 2500 contacts (maximum of 4
phone numbers and e-mail addresses
per contact) can be registered in the
contact list.
1
Display the
(P.158)
2
Select the “Contacts” tab and select
the desired contact.
3
4
Select the desired number.
phone
top
screen.
Check that the “Call” screen is displayed.
1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
WHEN THE CONTACT IS
EMPTY
■FOR
PBAP
Bluetooth®
COMPATIBLE
PHONES
■FOR PBAP INCOMPATIBLE BUT
OPP COMPATIBLE
PHONES
1
Bluetooth®
Select the desired item.
When
“Automatic
Contact/History
Transfer” is set to off (P.174)
1
Select the desired item.
No.
Function
Select to transfer the contacts from
the connected cellular phone.
No.
Select to add a new contact manually.
Function
Select to transfer new contacts from
a cellular phone, select “Always”
and then enable “Automatic Contact/History Transfer”.
Select to transfer all the contacts
from a connected cellular phone
only once.
Select to cancel transferring.
When “Transfer” is selected
2
Select to cancel transferring.
Follow the steps in “FOR PBAP INCOMPATIBLE BUT OPP COMPATIBLE Bluetooth® PHONES” from
“STEP 2”. (P.175)
2
Follow the steps in “REGISTERING A
NEW CONTACT TO THE CONTACTS
LIST” from “STEP 2”. (P.176)
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When “Add” is selected
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1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
BY OFF HOOK SWITCH
INFORMATION
● Manual transfer operation cannot be
performed while driving.
● If your cellular phone is neither PBAP
nor OPP compatible, the contacts cannot be transferred.
● Depending on the type of Bluetooth®
phone:
• It may be necessary to perform additional steps on the phone when transferring contact data.
• The registered image in the contact list
may not transfer depending on the
type of Bluetooth® phone connected.
Calls can be made using the latest call
history item.
1
Press the
switch on the steering
wheel to display the phone top screen.
2
Press the
switch on the steering
wheel to display the “Call History”
screen.
3
Press the
switch on the steering
wheel to call the latest history item.
4
Check that the “Call” screen is displayed.
BY DIAL PAD
1
Display the
(P.158)
2
Select the “Dial Pad” tab and enter the
phone number.
phone
top
screen.
3
Select
or press the
the steering wheel.
4
Check that the “Call” screen is displayed.
1
Display the home screen. (P.36)
2
Select the desired contact.
switch on
INFORMATION
● Depending on the type of Bluetooth®
phone being connected, it may be necessary to perform additional steps on
the phone.
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BY “Home” SCREEN
REGISTERING A NEW
CONTACT
1
2
Select and hold to add a contact.
3
Enter the phone number and select
“OK”.
Enter the name and select “OK”.
1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
4. RECEIVING ON THE Bluetooth® PHONE
INCOMING CALLS
When a call is received, this screen is
displayed with a sound.
1
Select
or press the
switch on
the steering wheel to talk on the phone.
To refuse to receive the call: Select
or press the
switch on the steering wheel.
To adjust the volume of a received call:
Turn the “PWR/VOL” knob, or use the volume control switch on the steering wheel.
INFORMATION
● During international phone calls, the
other party’s name or number may not
be displayed correctly depending on the
type of cellular phone you have.
● The incoming call display mode can be
set. (P.183)
● The ringtone that has been set in the
“Sound Settings” screen sounds when
there is an incoming call. Depending on
the type of Bluetooth® phone, both the
navigation system and Bluetooth®
phone may sound simultaneously when
there is an incoming call. (P.173)
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1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
5. TALKING ON THE Bluetooth® PHONE
While talking on the phone, this screen
is displayed. The operations outlined
below can be performed on this
screen.
No.
164
Function
Page
Select to display the dial
pad to send tones.
164
Select to mute your voice
to the other party.

Select to change handset
modes between handsfree and cellular phone.

INFORMATION
● Changing from hands-free call to cellular
phone call is not possible while driving.
● When cellular phone call is changed to
hands-free call, the hands-free screen
will be displayed and its functions can be
operated on the screen.
● Changing between cellular phone call
and hands-free call can be performed by
operating the cellular phone directly.
● Transferring methods and operations
will be different depending on the type of
cellular phone you have.
● For the operation of the cellular phone,
see the manual that comes with it.
SENDING TONES
Select to adjust your voice
volume that the other party
hears from their speaker.
165
Select to send tones. This
button only appears when
a number that contains a
(w) is dialed in hands-free
mode.
165
Select to hang up the
phone.

Select “+” or “-” to adjust
the volume of the other party’s voice.

Select to start talking with
the other party.
166
■BY DIAL PAD
This operation cannot be performed
while driving.
1
Select “0-9”.
2
Enter the desired number.
1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
■BY SELECTING “Release Tones”
“Release Tones” appear when a continuous tone signal(s) containing a (w)
is registered in the contact list.
TRANSMIT VOLUME SETTING
1
2
Select “Transmit Volume”.
3
Select “OK”.
This operation can be performed while
driving.
1
Select the desired level for the transmit
volume.
Select “Release Tones”.
INFORMATION
● A continuous tone signal is a character
string that consists of numbers and the
characters
p
or
w.
(e.g.
056133w0123p#1)
● When the “p” pause tone is used, the
tone data up until the next pause tone
will be automatically sent after 2 seconds have elapsed. When the “w” pause
tone is used, the tone data up until the
next pause tone will be automatically
sent after a user operation is performed.
● Release tones can be used when automated operation of a phone based service such as an answering machine or
bank phone service is desired. A phone
number with continuous tone signals
can be registered in the contact list.
● Tone data after a “w” pause tone can be
operated on voice command during a
call.
INFORMATION
● The sound quality of the voice heard
from the other party’s speaker may be
negatively impacted.
● To reset the transmit volume, select
“Default”.
● “Transmit Volume” is dimmed when
mute is on.
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1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
INCOMING CALL WAITING
When a call is interrupted by a third
party while talking, this screen is displayed.
1
Select
or press the
switch on
the steering wheel to start talking with
the other party.
To refuse to receive the call: Select
or press the
ing wheel.
switch on the steer-
 Each time
is selected or the
switch on the steering wheel is pressed
during an interrupted call, the party who is
on hold will be switched.
INFORMATION
● This function may not be available
depending on the type of cellular phone.
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1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
6. Bluetooth® PHONE MESSAGE FUNCTION
Received messages can be forwarded
from the connected Bluetooth® phone,
enabling checking and replying using
the navigation system.
3
Depending on the type of Bluetooth®
phone connected, received messages
may not be transferred to the message
inbox.
4
Select
.
 The phone top screen can be displayed by
switch on the steering
pressing the
wheel.
Check that the message inbox screen
is displayed.
If the phone does not support the message function, this function cannot be
used.
1
Press the “APPS” button.
: Select to change to phone mode.
Function
2
Select “Phone”.
Page
Receiving a message
168
Checking messages
168
Replying to a message (quick reply)
169
Calling the message sender
170
Message settings
182
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 You can also display the message inbox
screen to select “Messages”. (STEP4)
167
1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
RECEIVING A MESSAGE
When an e-mail/SMS/MMS is received, the incoming message screen
pops up with sound and is ready to be
operated on the screen.
No.
1
Display the message inbox screen.
(P.167)
2
Select the desired message from the
list.
3
Check that the message is displayed.
Function
Select to check the message.
Select to not open the message.
Select to call the message sender.
INFORMATION
● Depending on the cellular phone used
for receiving messages, or its registration status with the navigation system,
some information may not be displayed.
● The pop up screen is separately available for incoming e-mail and SMS/MMS
messages under the following conditions:
E-mail:
• “Incoming E-mail Display” is set to “Full
Screen”. (P.182)
• “E-mail Notification Popup” is set to on.
(P.182)
SMS/MMS:
• “Incoming SMS/MMS Display” is set to
“Full Screen”. (P.182)
• “SMS/MMS Notification Popup” is set
to on. (P.182)
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CHECKING MESSAGES
No.
Function
Select “Mark Unread” or “Mark
Read” to mark mail unread or read
on the message inbox screen.
This function is available when “Update Message Read Status on
Phone” is set to on. (P.182)
Select to
(P.169)
reply
the
message.
Select to display the previous or
next message.
Select to have messages read out.
To cancel this function, select
“Stop”.
When “Automatic Message Readout” is set to on, messages will be
automatically read out. (P.182)
Select to make a call to the sender.
1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
INFORMATION
● Reading a text message is not available
while driving.
● Depending on the type of Bluetooth®
phone being connected, it may be
necessary to perform additional steps on
the phone.
● Messages are displayed in the
appropriate
connected
Bluetooth®
phone’s registered mail address folder.
Select the tab of the desired folder to be
displayed.
● Only received messages on the
connected Bluetooth® phone can be
displayed.
● The text of the message is not displayed
while driving.
● Turn the “PWR/VOL” knob, or use the
volume control switch on the steering
wheel to adjust the message read out
volume.
REPLYING TO A MESSAGE
(QUICK REPLY)
15 messages have already been
stored.
1
Display the message inbox screen.
(P.167)
2
Select the desired message from the
list.
3
Select “Quick Message”.
4
5
Select the desired message.
Select “Send”.
 While the message is being sent, a sending message screen is displayed.
 To cancel sending the message, select
“Cancel”.
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1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
■EDITING QUICK REPLY MESSAGES
This operation cannot be performed
while driving.
1
Select “Quick Message”.
CALLING THE MESSAGE
SENDER
Calls can be made to an e-mail/SMS/
MMS message sender’s phone number.
This operation can be performed while
driving.
■CALLING FROM E-MAIL/SMS/MMS
MESSAGE DISPLAY
2
Select
corresponding to the desired message to edit.
3
Select “OK” when editing is completed.
1
Display the message inbox screen.
(P.167)
2
Select the desired message.
3
Select
.
INFORMATION
● To reset the editquick reply messages,
select “Default”.
● “Quick Message 1” (“I am driving and
will arrive in approximately [ETA]
minutes.”):
This message cannot be edited and will
automatically fill in [ETA] with the
navigation calculated estimated time of
arrival on the confirm message screen.
If there are waypoints set, [ETA] to the
next waypoint will be shown.
If there is no route currently set in the
navigation system, “Quick Message 1”
cannot be selected.
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 If there are 2 or more phone numbers,
select the desired number.
4
Check that the “Call” screen is displayed.
1. PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)
■CALLING FROM A NUMBER WITHIN A MESSAGE
Calls can be made to a number identified in a message’s text area.
■CALLING FROM THE INCOMING
MESSAGE SCREEN
P.168
This operation cannot be performed
while driving.
1
Display the message inbox screen.
(P.167)
2
3
Select the desired message.
4
Select the desired number.
Select the text area.
 Identified phone numbers contained in the
message are displayed.
5
Check that the “Call” screen is displayed.
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INFORMATION
● A series of numbers may be recognized
as a phone number. Additionally, some
phone numbers may not be recognized,
such as those for other countries.
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2. SETUP
1. PHONE/MESSAGE SETTINGS
1
Press the “APPS” button.
2
3
4
DISPLAYING THE PHONE/
MESSAGE SETTINGS SCREEN
IN A DIFFERENT WAY
Select “Setup”.
Select “Phone”.
Select the item to be set.
PHONE/MESSAGE SETTINGS
SCREEN
No.
Information
Registering/connecting
phone
Page
a
Sound settings
Contact/call
tings
172
history
42
173
set-
174
Messaging settings
182
Phone display settings
183
1
Display the
(P.158)
2
Select “Settings”.
phone
top
screen.
2. SETUP
“Sound Settings” SCREEN
The call and ringtone volume can be
adjusted. A ringtone can be selected.
1
2
3
Display the “Phone/Message Settings”
screen. (P.172)
Select “Sound Settings”.
Select the desired item to be set.
No.
Function
Select to set the desired ringtone.
Select “-” or “+” to adjust the ringtone volume.
Select “-” or “+” to adjust the message readout volume.
Select to set the desired incoming
SMS/MMS tone.
Select “-” or “+” to adjust the incoming SMS/MMS tone volume.
Select to set the desired incoming email tone.
Select “-” or “+” to adjust the incoming e-mail tone volume.
Select “-” or “+” to adjust the default volume of the other party’s
voice.
Select to reset all setup items.
INFORMATION
● Depending on the type of phone, certain
functions may not be available.
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2. SETUP
“Contact/Call History
Settings” SCREEN
No.
Function
Page
For PBAP compatible
Bluetooth® phones, select
to set automatic contact/
history transfer on/off.
When set to on, the
phone’s contact data and
history are automatically
transferred.

Select to update contacts
from the connected phone.
175
Select to sort contacts by
the first name or last name
field.

Select to add contacts to
the favorites list.
179
Select to delete contacts
from the favorites list.
181
Select to set the transferred contact image display on/off.

*
Select to clear contacts
from the call history.

*
Select to add new contacts
to the contact list.
176
*
Select to edit contacts in
the contact list.
177
*
Select to delete contacts
from the contact list.
178
Select to reset all setup
items.

The contact can be transferred from a
Bluetooth® phone to the system. The
contact also can be added, edited and
deleted.
The call history can be deleted and
contact and favorites can be changed.
1
Display the “Phone/Message Settings”
screen. (P.172)
2
Select “Contact/Call History Settings”.
3
Select the desired item to be set.
*: For PBAP compatible Bluetooth®
phones, this function is available when
“Automatic Contact/History Transfer” is set
to off. (P.174)
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2. SETUP
■FOR PBAP INCOMPATIBLE BUT
INFORMATION
● Depending on the type of phone, certain
functions may not be available.
● Contact data is managed independently
for every registered phone. When one
phone is connected, another phone’s
registered data cannot be read.
UPDATE CONTACTS FROM
PHONE
If your cellular phone is neither PBAP
nor OPP compatible, the contacts cannot be transferred.
PBAP
COMPATIBLE
®
Bluetooth PHONES
1
Select “Update
Phone”.
Contacts
Bluetooth®
This operation cannot be performed
while driving.
1
Select “Update
Phone”.
2
Transfer the contact data to the system
Contacts
from
using a Bluetooth® phone.
Operation methods differ between
PBAP compatible and PBAP incompatible but OPP compatible Bluetooth®
phones.
■FOR
OPP COMPATIBLE
PHONES
from
 This operation may be unnecessary
depending on the type of cellular phone.
 Depending on the type of cellular phone,
OBEX authentication may be required
when transferring contact data. Enter
“1234” into the Bluetooth® phone.
 To cancel this function, select “Cancel”.
3
Select “Done” when it appears on the
screen.
4
Check that a confirmation screen is
displayed when the operation is complete.
 Contacts are transferred automatically.
2
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Check that a confirmation screen is
displayed when the operation is complete.
 This operation may be unnecessary
depending on the type of cellular phone.
 Depending on the type of cellular phone,
OBEX authentication may be required
when transferring contact data. Enter
“1234” into the Bluetooth® phone.
 If another Bluetooth® device is connected
when transferring contact data, depending
on the phone, the connected Bluetooth®
device may need to be disconnected.
 Depending on the type of Bluetooth®
phone being connected, it may be necessary to perform additional steps on the
phone.
175
2. SETUP
■UPDATING THE CONTACTS IN A
REGISTERING A NEW
CONTACT TO THE CONTACT
LIST
DIFFERENT WAY (FROM THE “Call
History” SCREEN)
For PBAP compatible Bluetooth®
phones, this function is available when
“Automatic Contact/History Transfer”
is set to off. (P.174)
1
Display the
(P.158)
2
Select the “Call History” tab and select a contact not yet registered in the
contact list.
phone
top
screen.
3
4
Select “Update Contact”.
5
Select a phone type for the phone
number.
176
Select the desired contact.
New contact data can be registered.
Up to 4 numbers per person can be
registered. For PBAP compatible
Bluetooth® phones, this function is
available when “Automatic Contact/
History Transfer” is set to off. (P.174)
1
2
3
Select “New Contact”.
4
Select the phone type for the phone
number.
5
To add another number to this contact,
select “Yes”.
Enter the name and select “OK”.
Enter the phone number and select
“OK”.
2. SETUP
■REGISTERING A NEW CONTACT IN
A DIFFERENT WAY (FROM THE
“Call History” SCREEN)
1
Display the
(P.158)
2
Select the “Call History” tab and select a contact not yet registered in the
contact list.
3
4
phone
top
screen.
EDITING THE CONTACT DATA
For PBAP compatible Bluetooth®
phones, this function is available when
“Automatic Contact/History Transfer”
is set to off. (P.174)
1
2
Select “Edit Contacts”.
3
Select
corresponding to the desired name or number.
Select the desired contact.
Select “Add to Contacts”.
Follow the steps in “REGISTERING A
NEW CONTACT TO THE CONTACT
LIST” from “STEP 2”. (P.176)
For editing the name
4
Follow the steps in “REGISTERING A
NEW CONTACT TO THE CONTACT
LIST” from “STEP 2”. (P.176)
For editing the number
4
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177
PHONE
Follow the steps in “REGISTERING A
NEW CONTACT TO THE CONTACT
LIST” from “STEP 3”. (P.176)
2. SETUP
■EDITING THE CONTACT IN A DIF-
DELETING THE CONTACT
DATA
FERENT WAY (FROM THE “Contact
Details” SCREEN)
1
Display the
(P.158)
2
Select the “Contacts”, “Call history”
tab or the “Favorites” tab and select
the desired contact.
3
phone
top
screen.
Select “Edit Contact”.
For PBAP compatible Bluetooth®
phones, this function is available when
“Automatic Contact/History Transfer”
is set to off. (P.174)
1
2
Select “Delete Contacts”.
3
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
Select the desired contact and select
“Delete”.
INFORMATION
● Multiple data can be selected and
deleted at the same time.
“E-mail Addresses”: Select to display all
registered e-mail addresses for the contact.
4
178
Follow the steps in “EDITING THE
CONTACT DATA” from “STEP 4”.
(P.177)
2. SETUP
■DELETING THE CONTACT IN A DIFFERENT WAY (FROM THE “Contact
Details” SCREEN)
1
Display the
(P.158)
2
Select the “Contacts”, “Call history”
tab or the “Favorites” tab and select
the desired contact.
3
4
phone
top
screen.
Select “Delete Contact”.
FAVORITES LIST SETTING
Up to 15 contacts (maximum of 4 numbers per contact) can be registered in
the favorites list.
■REGISTERING THE CONTACTS IN
THE FAVORITES LIST
1
2
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
Select “Add Favorite”.
Select the desired contact to add to the
favorites list.
INFORMATION
● When a Bluetooth® phone is deleted,
the contact data will be deleted at the
same time.
 Dimmed contacts are already stored as a
favorite.
3
Check that a confirmation screen is
displayed when the operation is complete.
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2. SETUP
When 15 contacts have already been
registered to the favorites list
1
When 15 contacts have already been
registered to the favorites list, a registered contact needs to be replaced.
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears to replace a contact.
2
Select the contact to be replaced.
3
Check that a confirmation screen is
displayed when the operation is complete.
Registering contacts in the favorites list
in a different way (from the “Contacts”
screen)
1
Display the
(P.158)
2
3
Select the “Contacts” tab.
phone
top
screen.
Select  at the beginning of the desired contact list name to be registered
in the favorites list.
 When selected,  is changed to , and
the contact is registered in the favorites
list.
Registering contacts in the favorites list
in a different way (from the “Contact Details” screen)
180
1
Display the
(P.158)
2
Select the “Contacts” tab or the “Call
History” tab and select the desired
contact.
3
4
Select “Add Favorite”.
phone
top
screen.
Check that a confirmation screen is
displayed when the operation is complete.
2. SETUP
■DELETING THE CONTACTS IN THE
FAVORITES LIST
1
2
Select “Remove Favorite”.
Select the desired contacts and select
“Remove”.
3
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
4
Check that a confirmation screen is
displayed when the operation is complete.
Deleting contacts in the favorites list in a
different way (from the “Contacts”
screen)
1
Display the
(P.158)
2
3
Select the “Contacts” tab.
phone
top
screen.
Select  at the beginning of the contact list name to be deleted from the favorites list.
 When selected,  is changed to
the data is deleted from the list.
, and
Deleting contacts in the favorites list in a
different way (from the “Contact Details”
screen)
1
Display the
(P.158)
2
Select the “Contacts”, “Call history”
tab or the “Favorites” tab and select
the desired contact to delete.
3
4
Select “Remove Favorite”.
5
Check that a confirmation screen is
displayed when the operation is complete.
phone
top
screen.
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Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
2. SETUP
“Messaging Settings”
SCREEN
1
Display the “Phone/Message Settings”
screen. (P.172)
2
3
Select “Messaging Settings”.
Select the desired item to be set.
No.
Function
Select to set automatic message
transfer on/off.
Select to set automatic message
readout on/off.
Select to set the SMS/MMS notification popup on/off.
Select to set the e-mail notification
popup on/off.
Select to set adding the vehicle signature to outgoing messages on/off.
Select to set updating message read
status on phone on/off.
Select to change the incoming SMS/
MMS display.
“Full Screen”: When an SMS/MMS
message is received, the incoming
SMS/MMS display screen is displayed and can be operated on the
screen.
“Drop-down”: When an SMS/MMS
message is received, a message is
displayed on the upper side of the
screen.
Select to change the incoming e-mail
display.
“Full Screen”: When an e-mail is received, the incoming e-mail display
screen is the displayed and can be
operated on the screen.
“Drop-down”: When an e-mail is received, a message is displayed on the
upper side of the screen.
Select to set display of messaging account names on the inbox tab on/off.
When set to on, messaging account
names used on the cellular phone will
be displayed.
Select to reset all setup items.
182
2. SETUP
INFORMATION
● Depending on the phone, these functions may not be available.
DISPLAYING THE “Messaging
Settings” SCREEN IN A
DIFFERENT WAY
1
Display the
(P.158)
2
3
Select
phone
top
“Phone Display Settings”
SCREEN
1
Display the “Phone/Message Settings”
screen. (P.172)
2
3
Select “Phone Display Settings”.
Select the desired item to be set.
screen.
.
Select “Settings”.
No.
Function
Select to change the incoming call
display.
“Full Screen”: When a call is received, the hands-free screen is displayed and can be operated on the
screen.
“Drop-down”: A message is displayed on the upper side of the
screen.
Select to reset all setup items.
INFORMATION
● Depending on the phone, these functions may not be available.
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Select to set display of the contact/
history transfer completion message
on/off.
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3. WHAT TO DO IF...
1. TROUBLESHOOTING
If there is a problem with the hands-free system or a Bluetooth® device, first check
the table below.
When using the hands-free system with a Bluetooth® device
Page
Symptom
Likely cause
The connected device may not be a
compatible
The hands-free system or Bluetooth®
device does not
work.
Bluetooth®
phone.
cellular
The Bluetooth® version of the connected
cellular phone may
be older than the
specified version.
184
Solution
For a list of specific
devices
which
operation has been
confirmed on this
system, check with
your Toyota dealer or
the
following
website:
http://
www.toyota.com/
entune/enside.html
Cellular
phone
This
system



44
Use a cellular phone
with Bluetooth® version 2.0 or higher
(recommended: Ver.
3.0 +EDR or higher).
3. WHAT TO DO IF...
When registering/connecting a cellular phone
Page
Symptom
A cellular phone cannot be registered.
Solution
An incorrect passcode was entered on
the cellular phone.
Cellular
phone
This
system
Enter the correct
passcode on the cellular phone.


The registration operation has not been
completed on the
cellular phone side.
Complete the registration operation on
the cellular phone
(approve registration
on the phone).


Old registration information remains on
either this system or
the cellular phone.
Delete the existing
registration information from both this
system and the cellular phone, then register the cellular phone
you wish to connect
to this system.

48
Another Bluetooth®
device is already
connected.
Manually connect the
cellular phone you
wish to use to this
system.

49
Bluetooth® function
is not enabled on the
cellular phone.
Enable
Set
Automatic
Bluetooth® connection on this system is
set to off.
the
Bluetooth® function
on
the
cellular
phone.
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


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PHONE
A Bluetooth® connection cannot be
made.
Likely cause
automatic
Bluetooth® connection on this system to
on when the engine
switch is in ACCESSORY or ON <IGNITION ON> mode.
185
3. WHAT TO DO IF...
Page
Symptom
Likely cause
Bluetooth® function
is not enabled on the
cellular phone.
“Unable
to
dial.
Please check your
phone.”
Old registration information remains on
either this system or
the cellular phone.
Solution
Enable
Cellular
phone
This
system



48
the
Bluetooth® function
on
the
cellular
phone.
Delete the existing
registration information from both this
system and the cellular phone, then register the cellular phone
you wish to connect
to this system.
When making/receiving a call
Page
Symptom
A call cannot
made/received.
186
be
Likely cause
Solution
Your vehicle is in a
“No Service” area.
Move to where “No
Service” no longer
appears on the display.
Cellular
phone
This
system


3. WHAT TO DO IF...
When using the phonebook
Page
Symptom
Phonebook
data
cannot be transferred manually/automatically.
Solution
Cellular
phone
This
system
The profile version of
the connected cellular phone may not be
compatible
with
transferring phonebook data.
For a list of specific
devices
which
operation has been
confirmed on this
system, check with
your Toyota dealer or
the
following
website:
http://
www.toyota.com/
entune/enside.html


Automatic
contact
transfer function on
this system is set to
off.
Set automatic contact transfer function
on this system to on.

174
Passcode has not
been entered on the
cellular phone.
Enter the passcode
on the cellular phone
if requested (default
passcode: 1234).


Transfer operation
on the cellular phone
has not completed.
Complete
transfer
operation on the cellular phone (approve
transfer operation on
the phone).


Automatic
contact
transfer function on
this system is set to
on.
Set automatic contact transfer function
on this system to off.

174
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Phonebook
data
cannot be edited.
Likely cause
187
3. WHAT TO DO IF...
When using the Bluetooth® message function
Page
Symptom
Messages cannot be
viewed.
New message notifications are not displayed.
Likely cause
Solution
Message transfer is
not enabled on the
cellular phone.
Cellular
phone
This
system
Enable
message
transfer on the cellular phone (approve
message transfer on
the phone).


Automatic transfer
function on this system is set to off.
Set automatic transfer function on this
system to on.

182
Notification of SMS/
MMS/E-mail reception on this system is
set to off.
Set notification of
SMS/MMS/E-mail
reception on this system to on.

182
Automatic message
transfer function is
not enabled on the
cellular phone.
Enable
automatic
transfer function on
the cellular phone.


In other situations
Page
Symptom
Likely cause
Solution
The Bluetooth® connection status is displayed at the top of
the screen each time
the engine switch is
in ACCESSORY or
ON <IGNITION ON>
mode.
Connection confirmation display on
this system is set to
on.
To turn off the display, set connection
confirmation display
on this system to off.
188
Cellular
phone
This
system

52
3. WHAT TO DO IF...
Page
Symptom
Even though all conceivable measures
have been taken, the
symptom status does
not change.
Likely cause
Solution
The cellular phone is
not close enough to
this system.
Cellular
phone
This
system
Bring the cellular
phone closer to this
system.


Turn the cellular
phone off, remove
and reinstall the battery pack, and then
restart the cellular
phone.




Stop the cellular
phone’s security software and close all
applications.


Before using an application installed on
the cellular phone,
carefully check its
source and how its
operation might affect this system.


Enable the cellular
phone’s Bluetooth®
connection.
The cellular phone is
the most likely cause
of the symptom.
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: For details, refer to the owner’s manual that came with the cellular phone.
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8
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
1
BASIC OPERATION
2. SEARCH OPERATION................ 210
SELECTING SEARCH AREA .............. 211
SETTING HOME AS
DESTINATION................................... 211
1. QUICK REFERENCE ................... 192
MAP SCREEN ..................................... 192
NAVIGATION OPTIONS SCREEN...... 194
SETTING PRESET DESTINATIONS
AS DESTINATION............................. 211
2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION ....... 195
SEARCHING BY ADDRESS................ 212
CURRENT POSITION DISPLAY ......... 195
SEARCHING BY POINT OF
INTEREST ......................................... 213
MAP SCALE ........................................ 195
ORIENTATION OF THE MAP ............. 196
SEARCHING FROM PREVIOUS
DESTINATIONS ................................ 216
SWITCHING THE MAP MODE............ 197
SEARCHING BY ADDRESS BOOK .... 216
SCREEN SCROLL OPERATION ........ 199
SEARCHING BY EMERGENCY .......... 217
ADJUSTING LOCATION
IN SMALL INCREMENTS ................. 200
SEARCHING BY INTERSECTION
AND FREEWAY ................................ 217
3. MAP SCREEN
INFORMATION .......................... 201
SEARCHING BY MAP ......................... 219
DISPLAYING MAP INFORMATION .... 201
DISPLAYING INFORMATION
ABOUT THE ICON WHERE
THE CURSOR IS SET ...................... 203
SEARCHING BY COORDINATES....... 219
3. STARTING ROUTE
GUIDANCE................................ 220
STARTING ROUTE GUIDANCE.......... 220
PAUSING GUIDANCE ......................... 223
STANDARD MAP ICONS .................... 204
4. TRAFFIC INFORMATION ............ 205
DISPLAYING TRAFFIC
INFORMATION ON THE MAP.......... 207
3
ROUTE GUIDANCE
1. ROUTE GUIDANCE SCREEN .... 224
SCREEN FOR ROUTE GUIDANCE .... 224
2
DESTINATION SEARCH
1. DESTINATION SEARCH
SCREEN .................................... 208
ROUTE OVERVIEW ............................ 225
DURING FREEWAY DRIVING ............ 226
WHEN APPROACHING
INTERSECTION ................................ 227
TURN LIST SCREEN........................... 228
TURN-BY-TURN ARROW SCREEN ... 228
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NAVIGATION SYSTEM
1
2. TYPICAL VOICE GUIDANCE
PROMPTS.................................. 229
3. EDITING ROUTE ......................... 230
ADDING DESTINATIONS ................... 231
5
1. DETAILED NAVIGATION
SETTINGS................................. 244
SCREENS FOR NAVIGATION
SETTINGS ........................................ 244
REORDERING DESTINATIONS......... 231
DELETING DESTINATIONS ............... 231
SETTING ROUTE
PREFERENCES ............................... 232
SETUP
2
3
2. TRAFFIC SETTINGS................... 248
SELECTING ROUTE TYPE ................ 232
SCREEN FOR TRAFFIC
SETTINGS ........................................ 248
DETOUR SETTING ............................. 233
AUTO AVOID TRAFFIC....................... 249
4
MY TRAFFIC ROUTES ....................... 250
4
5
MEMORY POINTS
1. MEMORY POINTS
SETTINGS ................................. 235
SETTING UP HOME ........................... 236
SETTING UP PRESET
DESTINATIONS................................ 237
SETTING UP ADDRESS BOOK ......... 239
SETTING UP AREAS TO AVOID........ 241
DELETING PREVIOUS
DESTINATIONS................................ 243
6
TIPS FOR THE NAVIGATION
SYSTEM
6
1. GPS (GLOBAL POSITIONING
SYSTEM)................................... 254
LIMITATIONS OF THE
NAVIGATION SYSTEM..................... 254
2. MAP DATABASE VERSION AND
COVERED AREA...................... 256
7
8
MAP INFORMATION ........................... 256
ABOUT THE MAP DATA ..................... 257
9
191
1. BASIC OPERATION
1. QUICK REFERENCE
MAP SCREEN
To display this screen, press the “APPS” button, then select “Navigation” on the
“Apps” screen.
No.
192
Name
Function
Page
2D North-up, 2D
heading-up or 3D
heading-up symbol
Indicates whether the map orientation is set to
north-up or heading-up. The letter(s) beside this
symbol indicate the vehicle’s heading direction
(e.g. N for north). In 3D map, only a heading-up
view is available.
196
Options button
Select to display the “Navigation Options” screen.
194
“GPS” mark
(Global Positioning System)
Shows that the vehicle is receiving signals from
the GPS.
254
Traffic indicator
Shows that traffic information is received. Select
to start voice guidance for traffic information.
When traffic information is received via HD, HD
mark is displayed on the right.
205
Scale indicator
This figure indicates the map scale.
195
1. BASIC OPERATION
No.
Name
Function
Page
Zoom in/out button
Select to magnify or reduce the map scale. When
either button is selected, the map scale indicator
bar appears at the bottom of the screen.
195
Footprint
button
Select to display the footprint map screen.
196
 Select to display the current position address.
 Select to repeat voice guidance.
229
Select to display the “Destination” screen.
208
Route information bar
Displays the current street name, or the distance
with the estimated travel time/arrival time to the
destination. The route information bar fills from
left to right as the vehicle progresses on the
route.
224
Route information button
Select to change the display between the current
street name and the distance with the estimated
travel/arrival time.
225
map
Current position
button/voice
guidance button
Destination
ton
but-
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NAVIGATION SYSTEM
193
1. BASIC OPERATION
NAVIGATION OPTIONS SCREEN
The navigation options allow you to change map configurations, display/hide POI
icons, and edit the navigation routes. To display the “Navigation Options” screen,
press the “APPS” button, select “Navigation” on the “Apps” screen, and select
“Options” on the map screen.
No.
194
Function
Page
Select to display the desired map configuration.
197
Select to set display of the map information such as POI icons, route
trace, speed limit, etc.
201
Select to display the map version and coverage area.
256
Select to edit the set route.
230
Select to pause or resume route guidance.
223
Select to display the overview of the entire route.
225
1. BASIC OPERATION
2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION
CURRENT POSITION
DISPLAY
1
Press the “APPS” button.
MAP SCALE
1
Select
or
to change the
scale of the map screen.
 The scale indicator bar appears at the bottom of the screen.
2
3
Select “Navigation”.
Check that the current position map is
displayed.
 Select and hold
or
to continue changing the scale of the map
screen.
 The scale of the map screen can also be
changed by selecting the scale bar
directly. This function is not available while
driving.
INFORMATION
 To correct the current position manually:P.246
● The map scale is displayed above the
zoom in button at the bottom left of the
screen.
● In areas where the footprint map is available the map scale changes from
to
8
when at the minimum range.
INFORMATION
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
● While driving, the current position mark
is fixed on the screen and the map
moves.
● The current position is automatically set
as the vehicle receives signals from the
GPS (Global Positioning System). If the
current position is not correct, it is automatically corrected after the vehicle
receives signals from the GPS.
● After the battery disconnection, or on a
new vehicle, the current position may
not be correct. As soon as the system
receives signals from the GPS, the correct current position is displayed.
195
1. BASIC OPERATION
FOOTPRINT MAP
For areas covered by the footprint map
(some major cities), a footprint map on
a scale of 75 ft. (25 m) can be selected.
When the map is scaled down to 150 ft.
(50 m),
changes to
and
can be selected to display the footprint
map.
1
2
Select
ORIENTATION OF THE MAP
The orientation of the map can be
changed between 2D north-up, 2D
heading-up and 3D heading-up by selecting the orientation symbol displayed at the top left of the screen.
1
Select
,
North-up screen
on the map screen.
Check that the footprint map is displayed.
Heading-up screen
 To return to the normal map display, select
.
INFORMATION
● If the map or the current position is
moved to the area which is not covered
by the footprint map, the screen scale
automatically changes to 150 ft. (50 m).
● On the footprint map, a one way street is
displayed by
.
● Scrolling on the footprint map is not
available while driving.
Building footprints in the database
were created and provided by
NAVTEQ.
196
or
.
1. BASIC OPERATION
3D screen
SWITCHING THE MAP MODE
1
Select “Options” on the map screen.
2
3
Select “Map Mode”.
Select the desired configuration button.
: North-up symbol
Regardless of the direction of vehicle travel, north is always up.
: Heading-up symbol
The direction of vehicle travel is always up.
: 3D Heading-up symbol
The direction of vehicle travel is always up.
 The letter(s) beside this symbol indicate
the vehicle’s heading direction (e.g. N for
north).
No.
Function
Page
Select to display the single
map screen.
198
Select to display the dual
map screen.
198
Select to display the compass mode screen.
199
Select to display the turn list
screen.
228
Select to display the freeway exit list screen.
226
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227
Select to display the turnby-turn arrow screen.
228
 Depending on the conditions, certain
screen configuration buttons cannot be
selected.
197
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Select to display the intersection guidance screen or
the guidance screen on the
freeway.
1. BASIC OPERATION
■MAP ONLY
Editing right map
The right side map can be edited.
1
2
Select any point on the right side map.
Select the desired item.
■DUAL MAP
No.
 The map on the left is the main map.
Function
Page
Select to change the orientation of the map.
196
Select to display POI icons.
201
Select to show traffic information.
205
Select to change the map
scale.
195
 When set to on, the indicator will illuminate.
198
1. BASIC OPERATION
■COMPASS
Information about the destination, current position and a compass is displayed on the screen.
SCREEN SCROLL
OPERATION
Use the scroll feature to move the desired point to the center of the screen
for looking at a point on the map that is
different from the current position.
INFORMATION
● The destination mark is displayed in the
direction of the destination. When driving, refer to the longitude and latitude
coordinates, and the compass, to make
sure that the vehicle is headed in the
direction of the destination.
● When the vehicle travels out of the coverage area, the guidance screen
changes to the whole compass mode
screen.
No.
Information/Function
Cursor mark
Distance from the current position to
the cursor mark.
Select to register as a memory point.
To change the icon, name, etc.:
P.239
Select to return to the current position.
 To scroll over the map screen, place the
cursor mark in the desired position and
then press and hold the map screen. The
map will continue scrolling in that direction
until the finger is released.
199
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Select to set as a destination.
When selecting “Go to
” on the
following map screen, the navigation
system performs a search for the
route. (P.220)
If a destination has already been set,
“Go to ” and “Add to Route” will
be displayed.
“Go to ”: Select to delete the existing destination(s) and set a new
one.
“Add to Route”: Select to add a
destination.
1. BASIC OPERATION
ADJUSTING LOCATION IN
SMALL INCREMENTS
The cursor location can be adjusted in
small increments when “Adjust Location” is selected on the setting map
screen.
Also, when changing the location of
memory points on the editing screen
(P.243) and adjusting the current position mark manually on the “Calibration”
screen (P.246), 8 directional arrows
may appear for this purpose.
1
200
Select one of the 8 directional arrows
to move the cursor to the desired point
and then select “OK”.
1. BASIC OPERATION
3. MAP SCREEN INFORMATION
SELECTING THE POI ICONS
DISPLAYING MAP
INFORMATION
Information such as POI icons, route
trace, speed limit, etc. can be displayed on the map screen.
1
2
3
1
Display the “Map Information” screen.
(P.201)
2
Select “Select POI”.
Select “Options” on the map screen.
 When the POI icons to be displayed on
the map screen have already been set,
“Change POI” is displayed.
Select “Map Information”.
3
Select the desired items to be displayed.
Select the desired POI category and
select “OK”.
No.
No.
Function
Page
Select to display the selected POI icons.

Information/Function
Page
Displays up to 5 selected
POI icons on the map
screen


Select to select or change
POI icons.
201
Select to cancel the selected POI icons.
Select
trace.
Displays up to 6 POI icons
as favorite POI categories
245
203
Select to display other POI
categories if the desired
POIs cannot be found on
the screen.
202
Select to search for the
nearest POIs.
202
to
display
route

Select to display traffic information.
205
8
 When set to on, the indicator will illuminate.
201
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Select to display speed limit
icon.
1. BASIC OPERATION
■SELECTING OTHER POI ICONS TO
■DISPLAYING THE LOCAL POI LIST
BE DISPLAYED
1
2
Select “Other POIs”.
Select the desired POI categories and
select “OK”.
“List All Categories”: Select to display all
POI categories. To add more POI categories, select “More”.
POIs that are within 20 miles (32 km) of
the current position will be listed from
among the selected categories.
1
2
Select “Find Local POI”.
Select the desired POI.
“Near...”: Select to search for POIs near
the current position or along the route.
3
Check that the selected POI is displayed on the map screen. (P.199)
When “Near...” is selected
1
Select the desired item.
“Near Here”: Select to search for POIs
near the current position.
“Along My Route”: Select to search for
POIs along the route.
202
1. BASIC OPERATION
ROUTE TRACE
The traveled route can be stored and
retraced on the map screen. This feature is available when the map scale is
30 miles (50 km) or less.
1
Display the “Map Information” screen.
(P.201)
2
Select “Route Trace”.
 The “Route Trace” indicator illuminates
and the route trace starts.
3
Check that the traveled line is displayed.
■STOP RECORDING THE ROUTE
DISPLAYING INFORMATION
ABOUT THE ICON WHERE
THE CURSOR IS SET
When the cursor is placed over an icon
on the map screen, the name bar is
displayed on the upper part of the
screen. If “Info” appears on the right
side of the name bar, detailed information can be displayed.
1
2
Place the cursor over an icon.
Select “Info”.
POI information
TRACE
1
2
Select “Route Trace” again.
A confirmation screen will be displayed.
“Yes”: Select to keep the recorded
route trace.
“No”: Select to erase the recorded
route trace.
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INFORMATION
● The traveled route can be stored up to
124 miles (200 km).
203
1. BASIC OPERATION
Destination information
STANDARD MAP ICONS
Icon
Name
Island
Park
No.
Function
Industry
Select to register as a memory point.
To change the icon, name, etc.:
P.239
Business facility
Select to set as a destination.
Airport
Select to call the registered number.
Select to delete destination or memory point.
INFORMATION
● Even when traffic information is not currently being received, traffic information
and “Info” will be displayed for a while
after traffic information has been
received.
Military
University
Hospital
Stadium
Shopping mall
Golf
204
1. BASIC OPERATION
4. TRAFFIC INFORMATION
Traffic data can be received via HD or
Entune to display traffic information on
the map screen.
1
2
3
DISPLAYING TRAFFIC
INFORMATION
A list of current traffic information can
be displayed along with information on
the incident’s distance and position relative to the vehicle.
Press the “APPS” button.
1
Display the “Traffic
screen. (P.205)
2
3
Select “Traffic Event List”.
Select the desired traffic information.
“On Current Road”: Select to display traffic information for the current road.
“On Current Route”: Select to display
traffic information for the set route.
Select “Traffic”.
Select the desired item.
 When set to on, the indicator will illuminate.
4
No.
Information”
Function
Page
Select to display a list of
current traffic information.
205
206
Select to display traffic
along the saved routes.
206
“Detail”: Select to display detailed traffic
information.
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Select to display a map
with predictive traffic data.
Check that the traffic information is displayed.
205
1. BASIC OPERATION
DISPLAYING PREDICTIVE
TRAFFIC INFORMATION
A map with predictive traffic data can
be displayed.
1
2
3
Display the “Traffic
screen. (P.205)
Information”
MY TRAFFIC ROUTES
Traffic information along the saved
routes can be displayed. To use this
function, it is necessary to register a
route. (P.250)
1
Display the “Traffic
screen. (P.205)
2
Select “My Traffic Routes”.
Select “Predictive Traffic Map”.
Scroll the map to the desired point and
set the time of predictive traffic information.
 If map data has been updated, a confirmation screen will be displayed. Select “OK”
or “Do Not Tell Me Again”.
3
 The time of the predictive traffic information can be displayed in 15-minute steps
up to +45 minutes.
“+”: Moves the time forward 15 minutes.
“-”: Moves the time back 15 minutes.
Information”
Select the desired route.
“Options”: Select to add, edit or delete
my traffic routes.(P.250)
 If routes have not been registered yet, a
confirmation screen will be displayed.
Select “Yes” to register the route.
4
5
Select the desired traffic information.
Check that the traffic information is displayed.
“Detail”: Select to display detailed the
traffic information.
206
1. BASIC OPERATION
DISPLAYING TRAFFIC
INFORMATION ON THE MAP
1
2
3
Select “Options” on the map screen.
Select “Map Information”.
Select “Traffic Information”.
No.
Information/Function
The icons show traffic incident, road
repair, traffic obstacles, etc. Select to
display traffic information and start
voice guidance for the traffic information.
 When set to on, the indicator will illuminate.
The color of the arrow changes depending on the traffic information received.
4
The indicator is displayed as follows.
Check that the traffic information is displayed.
: Traffic information has
been received.
: Traffic information has
been received via HD.
No icon: Any traffic information has
not been received.
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2. DESTINATION SEARCH
1. DESTINATION SEARCH SCREEN
The “Destination” screen enables to search for a destination. To display the “Destination” screen, press the “APPS” button, and select “Navigation” on the “Apps”
screen. Then select “Dest.” on the map screen.
No.
208
Function
Page
Select to search for a destination by address.
212
Select to search for a destination by point of interest.
213
Select to search for a destination from previously set destinations.
216
Select to search for a destination from a registered entry in “Address
book”.
216
Select to search for a destination by online database.
269
Select to search for a destination from emergency service points.
217
Select to search for a destination by intersection or freeway entrance/
exit.
217
Select to search for a destination by the last displayed map.
219
Select to search for a destination by coordinates.
219
Select to set a destination by home.
211
2. DESTINATION SEARCH
No.
Function
Page
Select to set a destination from preset destinations.
211
Select to delete set destinations.
231
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209
2. DESTINATION SEARCH
2. SEARCH OPERATION
1
Press the “APPS” button.
2
3
4
Select “Navigation”.
5
Select “Go” when the confirm destination screen is displayed.
No.
Function
Select “Dest.”.
Select to adjust the position in smaller increments. (P.200)
Search for a destination.
Select to register as a memory point.
Select to call the registered number.
 There are different kinds of methods to
search for a destination. (P.208)
210
Select to search for the route.
(P.220)
If a destination has already been
set, “Go Directly” and “Add to
Route” will be displayed.
“Go Directly”: Select to delete the
existing destination(s) and set a new
one.
“Add to Route”: Select to add a
destination.
2. DESTINATION SEARCH
SELECTING SEARCH AREA
The selected state (province) can be
changed to set a destination from a
different state (province) by using
“Address”, “Point of Interest” or
“Intersection & Freeway”.
1
Display the
(P.210)
“Destination”
screen.
2
Select “Address”, “Point of Interest”
or “Intersection & Freeway”.
3
Select “Select State/Province” or
“Change State/Province”.
 If a state (province) has not been selected
yet, “Select State/Province” is displayed.
4
Select the desired state (province).
SETTING HOME AS
DESTINATION
To use this function, it is necessary to
register a home address. (P.236)
1
Display the
(P.210)
2
Select “Go Home”.
“Destination”
screen.
 The navigation system performs a search
for the route and the entire route map is
displayed. (P.220)
SETTING PRESET
DESTINATIONS AS
DESTINATION
To use this function, it is necessary to
register preset destinations to the
preset screen buttons (1-5). (P.237)
1
Display the
(P.210)
2
Select any of the preset destination
buttons (1-5).
“Destination”
screen.
 To change countries, select the “United
States”, “Canada” or “Mexico” tab.
 For map database information and
updates: P.256
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NAVIGATION SYSTEM
 The navigation system performs a search
for the route and the entire route map is
displayed. (P.220)
2. DESTINATION SEARCH
SEARCHING BY STREET
ADDRESS
SEARCHING BY ADDRESS
There are 2 methods to search for a
destination by address.
1
Display the
(P.210)
2
3
Select “Address”.
“Destination”
screen.
Select the desired search method.
1
Select “Street Address”.
2
Enter a house number and select
“OK”.
3
4
5
6
Enter a street name and select “OK”.
Select the desired street name.
Enter a city name and select “OK”.
Select the desired city name.
 If the same address exists, the address
list screen will be displayed. Select the
desired address.
INFORMATION
No.
Function
Page
Select to search by city.
212
Select to search by street
address.
212
SEARCHING BY CITY
1
2
Select “City”.
Enter a city name and select “OK”.
“Last 5 Cities”: Select the city name from
the list of the last 5 cities.
3
4
5
6
Select the desired city name.
Enter a street name and select “OK”.
Select the desired street name.
Enter a house number and select
“OK”.
 If the same address exists, the address
list screen will be displayed. Select the
desired address.
212
● A street name can be searched using
only the body part of its name.
For example: S WESTERN AVE
• A search can be performed by entering
“S WESTERN AVE”, “WESTERN AVE”
or “WESTERN”.
2. DESTINATION SEARCH
SEARCHING BY POINT OF
INTEREST
There are 3 methods to search for a
destination by Points of Interest.
1
Display the
(P.210)
2
3
Select “Point of Interest”.
“Destination”
SEARCHING BY NAME
1
2
3
Select “Name”.
Enter a POI name and select “OK”.
Select the desired POI.
screen.
Select the desired search method.
No.
No.
Function
Page
Select to search by name.
213
Select to search by category.
214
Select to search by phone
number.
215
Function
Page
Select to search for POI in
the desired city.
214
Select to search for POI
from the category list.
214
 When entering the name of a specific POI,
and there are 2 or more sites with the
same name, the list screen will be displayed. Select the desired POI.
INFORMATION
● To search for a facility name using multiple search words, put a space between
each word.
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2. DESTINATION SEARCH
■SELECTING A CITY TO SEARCH
1
2
Select “City”.
Enter a city name and select “OK”.
“Any City”: Select to cancel the city setting.
3
4
SEARCHING BY CATEGORY
1
2
Select “Category”.
Select the desired search point.
Select the desired city name.
Select the desired POI.
■SELECTING FROM THE CATEGORIES
1
2
Select “Category”.
No.
Select the desired category.
Function
Select to set the search point from
near the current position.
Select to search for POIs along the
set route.
Select to set the search point from
near a city center. (P.215)
Select to set the search point from
near a destination.
 If there is more than 1 detailed item of the
selected category, the detailed list will be
displayed.
3
Select the desired POI category.
“List All Categories”: Select to display all
POI categories.
3
Select the desired POI.
 If there is more than 1 detailed item of the
selected category, the detailed list will be
displayed.
“List All Categories”: Select to display all
POI categories.
“Favorite POI Categories”: Select to use
the 6 POIs that have been previously
set.(P.245)
4
214
Select the desired POI.
2. DESTINATION SEARCH
SEARCHING BY PHONE
NUMBER
INFORMATION
● The names of POIs located within
approximately 200 miles (320 km) from
the selected search point can be displayed.
When “Near a City Center in XX*” is selected
1
2
1
Select “Phone #”.
2
Enter a phone number and select
“OK”.
 If there is more than 1 site with the same
number, the list screen will be displayed.
Select “Near a City Center in XX”.
Enter a city name and select “OK”.
“Last 5 Cities”: Select the city name from
the list of the last 5 cities.
3
4
Select the desired city name.
5
Follow the steps from 3 onward in
“SEARCHING
BY
CATEGORY”.
(P.214)
INFORMATION
● If there is no match for the entered
phone number, a list of identical numbers with different area codes will be displayed.
Select “OK” when the city center map
screen is displayed.
*:XX represents the selected search area
name.
INFORMATION
● If the navigation system has never been
used, selecting the city name from “Last
5 Cities” will not be available.
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2. DESTINATION SEARCH
SEARCHING FROM
PREVIOUS DESTINATIONS
1
Display the
(P.210)
2
3
Select “Previous Destinations”.
“Destination”
screen.
Select the desired destination.
“Previous Start Point”: Select to display
the start point map of the previous guided
route.
“Delete”: Select to delete the previous
destination. (P.243)
INFORMATION
● The previous start point and up to 100
previously set destinations are displayed
on the screen.
216
SEARCHING BY ADDRESS
BOOK
To use this function, it is necessary to
register an address book entry.
(P.239)
1
Display the
(P.210)
2
3
Select “Address Book”.
“Destination”
screen.
Select the desired address book entry.
 “Options”: Select to register or edit
address book entries. (P.239)
2. DESTINATION SEARCH
SEARCHING BY
EMERGENCY
1
2
3
4
Display the
(P.210)
“Destination”
SEARCHING BY
INTERSECTION AND
FREEWAY
screen.
Select “Emergency”.
Select the desired emergency category.
There are 2 methods to search for a
destination by Intersection & Freeway.
1
Display the
(P.210)
2
3
Select “Intersection & Freeway”.
“Destination”
screen.
Select the desired method.
Select the desired destination.
INFORMATION
● The navigation system does not guide in
areas where route guidance is unavailable. (P.255)
No.
Function
Page
Select to search by intersection.
218
Select to search by freeway entrance/exit.
218
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2. DESTINATION SEARCH
SEARCHING BY
INTERSECTION
SEARCHING BY FREEWAY
ENTRANCE/EXIT
1
Select “Intersection”.
1
Select “Freeway Entrance / Exit”.
2
Enter the name of the first intersecting
street which is located near the destination and select “OK”.
2
Enter a freeway name and select
“OK”.
Select the desired street name.
3
4
Select the desired freeway.
3
4
Enter the name of the second intersecting street and select “OK”.
5
5
Enter a freeway entrance or exit name
and select “OK”.
Select the desired street name.
6
Select the desired entrance or exit
name.
 If the 2 streets cross at more than 1 intersection in a city, the list of intersections will
be displayed.
Select “Entrance” or “Exit”.
INFORMATION
● Be sure to use the complete name of the
freeway or highway, including the
hyphen, when entering the destination.
Freeways and interstates use an “I” (I405). US highways use the state designation before the number (CA-118).
218
2. DESTINATION SEARCH
SEARCHING BY MAP
SEARCHING BY
COORDINATES
By selecting “Map” the last displayed
location is displayed again on the map
screen. You can search for a destination from this map.
1
Display the
(P.210)
2
3
Select “Map”.
“Destination”
screen.
1
Display the
(P.210)
2
3
Select “Coordinates”.
“Destination”
screen.
Enter the latitude and longitude and
select “OK”.
Scroll the map to the desired point and
select “Go to ”.
“Adjust Location”: Select to adjust the
position in smaller increments. (P.200)
 If a destination has already been set, “Go
to
” and “Add to Route” will be displayed.
“Go to ”: Select to delete the existing
destination(s) and set a new one.
“Add to Route”: Select to add a destination.
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 The navigation system performs a search
for the route and the entire route map is
displayed. (P.220)
219
2. DESTINATION SEARCH
3. STARTING ROUTE GUIDANCE
When the destination is set, the entire
route map from the current position to
the destination is displayed.
STARTING ROUTE
GUIDANCE
1
Select “OK” to start guidance.
No.
Select the desired route from 3 possible routes. (P.221)
change
the
route.
Select to display a list of the turns required to reach the destination.
(P.222)
Current position
Destination point
Type of route and its distance
Distance of the entire route
Select to start guidance.
If “OK” is selected and held until a
beep sounds, demo mode will start.
Press the “HOME” or “APPS” button to end demo mode.
220
● Be sure to obey traffic regulations and
keep road conditions in mind while driving. If a traffic sign on the road has been
changed, the route guidance may not
indicate such changed information.
INFORMATION
Information/Function
Select to
(P.222)
CAUTION
● The route for returning may not be the
same as that for going.
● The route guidance to the destination
may not be the shortest route or a route
without traffic congestion.
● Route guidance may not be available if
there is no road data for the specified
location.
● When setting the destination on a map
with a scale more than 0.5 mile (800 m),
the map scale changes to 0.5 miles (800
m) automatically. If this occurs, set the
destination again.
● If a destination that is not located on a
road is set, the vehicle will be guided to
the point on a road nearest to the destination. The road nearest to the selected
point is set as the destination.
2. DESTINATION SEARCH
3 ROUTES SELECTION
■DISPLAYING 3 ROUTES INFORMATION
1
2
Select “3 Routes”.
Select the desired route.
No.
1
2
Select “Info”.
Check that the “3 Route Information”
screen is displayed.
Function
Select to display the quickest route.
No.
Information
Select to display the route that is the
shortest distance to the set destination.
Time necessary for the entire trip
Select to display the alternative
route.
Distance of the toll road
Select to display the information
about the 3 routes. (P.221)
Distance of the freeway
Distance of the entire trip
Distance of the ferry trip
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2. DESTINATION SEARCH
DISPLAYING TURN LIST
A list of turn information from the current position to the destination can be
displayed.
1
2
Select “Turn List”.
Check that the turn list is displayed.
No.
Information
Destinations can be added, reordered
or deleted, and conditions for the route
to the destination can be changed.
1
2
Select “Edit Route”.
Select the desired item.
Function
Page
Current position
Select to add destinations.
231
Distance to the next turn
Select to delete destinations.
231
Select to reorder destinations.
231
Select to set route preferences.
232
Select to change route
type.
232
Select to set detours.
233
Turn direction at the intersection
Select to display the map of the selected point.
INFORMATION
● However, not all road names on the
route may appear on the list. If a road
changes its name without requiring a
turn (such as on a street that runs
through 2 or more cities), the name
change will not appear on the list. The
street names will be displayed in order
from the starting point, along with the
distance to the next turn.
222
EDITING ROUTE
No.
INFORMATION
● Even if the “Freeways” indicator is
dimmed, the route cannot avoid including a freeway in some cases. (P.232)
● If the calculated route includes a trip by
ferry, the route guidance shows a sea
route. After traveling by ferry, the current
position may be incorrect. Upon reception of GPS signals, it is automatically
corrected.
2. DESTINATION SEARCH
PAUSING GUIDANCE
1
Select “Options” on the map screen.
2
Select “Pause Guidance”.
RESUMING GUIDANCE
1
Select “Resume Guidance”.
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3. ROUTE GUIDANCE
1. ROUTE GUIDANCE SCREEN
During the route guidance, various
types of guidance screens can be displayed depending on conditions.
SCREEN FOR ROUTE
GUIDANCE
CHANGING ROUTE
INFORMATION BAR
When the vehicle is on the guidance
route, the route information bar displays the current street name or the
distance with the estimated travel/arrival time to the destination.
1
Select the route information bar (
) or
the route information button ( ) to
change the display of the route information bar.
No.
Information/Function
Distance to the next turn and an arrow indicating the turning direction
Guidance route
Current position
Current street name or route information
INFORMATION
● If the vehicle goes off the guidance
route, the route is searched again.
● For some areas, the roads have not
been completely digitized in our database. For this reason, the route guidance may select a road that should not
be traveled on.
● When arriving at the set destination the
destination name will be displayed on
the upper part of the screen.
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No.
Information/Function
Select to change the display between the estimated travel time and
the estimated arrival time.
Select to change the display between the current street name and
the distance with the estimated travel/arrival time.
INFORMATION
● When the vehicle is on the guidance
route, the distance measured along the
route is displayed. Travel time and
arrival time are calculated based on the
average speed for the specified speed
limit.
● When the vehicle gets off the guidance
route, the arrow facing the destination is
displayed instead of the estimated
travel/arrival time.
● The route information bar fills from left to
right as the vehicle progresses on the
route.
3. ROUTE GUIDANCE
DISTANCE AND TIME TO
DESTINATION
When driving on the guidance route
with more than 1 destination set, a list
of the distance with estimated travel/
arrival time from the current position to
each destination is displayed.
1
2
Select the route information bar.
Check that the list of the distance and
time is displayed.
ROUTE OVERVIEW
The entire route from the current position to the destination can be displayed
during the route guidance.
1
2
3
Select “Options” on the map screen.
Select “Route Overview”.
Check that the entire route map is displayed.
 For details about this screen: P.220
 By selecting one of the number buttons,
the desired route information is displayed.
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3. ROUTE GUIDANCE
DURING FREEWAY DRIVING
During freeway driving, the freeway
exit information screen will be displayed.
No./
Icon
Information/Function
Distance and time from the current
position to the road traffic facilities.
Name of the road traffic facilities.
When the vehicle approaches an exit
or junction, the freeway guidance
screen will be displayed.
No.
Information/Function
Next exit or junction name
Distance from the current position to
the exit or junction
POIs that are close to a freeway exit.
Select to hide the freeway guidance
screen. To return to the freeway
Select to display the selected map of
the exit vicinity.
guidance screen, select
Select to scroll to farther road traffic
facilities.
Select to scroll to closer road traffic
facilities.
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WHEN APPROACHING
FREEWAY EXIT OR JUNCTION
.
Remaining distance bar to the guidance point
3. ROUTE GUIDANCE
TOLLGATE GUIDANCE
When the vehicle approaches a tollgate, the tollgate view will be displayed.
No.
WHEN APPROACHING
INTERSECTION
When the vehicle approaches an intersection, the intersection guidance
screen will be displayed.
Information/Function
Distance from the current position to
the tollgate
No.
Information/Function
Next street name
Select to hide the tollgate guidance
screen. To return to the tollgate
guidance screen, select
.
Remaining distance bar to the guidance point
Distance to the intersection
Select to hide the intersection guidance screen. To return to the intersection guidance screen, select
.
Remaining distance bar to the guidance point
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3. ROUTE GUIDANCE
TURN LIST SCREEN
1
Select “Turn List” on the “Map Mode”
screen. (P.197)
2
Check that the turn list screen is displayed.
No.
TURN-BY-TURN ARROW
SCREEN
On this screen, information about the
next turn on the guidance route can be
displayed.
1
Select “Turn-by-Turn Arrow” on the
“Map Mode” screen. (P.197)
2
Check that the turn-by-turn arrow
screen is displayed.
Information/Function
Turn direction
Distance between turns
Next street or destination name
No.
Information/Function
Exit number or street name
Turn direction
Distance to the next turn
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3. ROUTE GUIDANCE
2. TYPICAL VOICE GUIDANCE PROMPTS
As the vehicle approaches an intersection, or point, where maneuvering the
vehicle is necessary, the system’s
voice guidance will provide various
messages.
CAUTION
● Be sure to obey the traffic regulations
and keep the road condition in mind
especially when you are driving on IPD
roads. The route guidance may not have
the updated information such as the
direction of a one way street.
INFORMATION
● If a voice guidance command cannot be
heard, select
on the map screen
to hear it again.
● To adjust the voice guidance volume:
P.59
● Voice guidance may be made early or
late.
● If the system cannot determine the current position correctly, you may not hear
voice guidance or may not see the magnified intersection on the screen.
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3. ROUTE GUIDANCE
3. EDITING ROUTE
1
Press the “APPS” button.
5
Select the item to be set.
No.
2
3
4
Function
Page
Select “Navigation”.
Select to add destinations.
231
Select “Options”.
Select to delete destinations.
231
Select to reorder destinations.
231
Select to set route preferences.
232
Select to change route
type.
232
Select to set detours.
233
Select “Edit Route”.
6
230
Check that the entire route map is displayed. (P.220)
3. ROUTE GUIDANCE
ADDING DESTINATIONS
1
Display the
(P.230)
2
3
Select “Add”.
4
“Edit
Route”
DELETING DESTINATIONS
screen.
Search for an additional destination in
the same way as a destination search.
(P.208)
Select “Add Destination Here” to insert the new destination into the route.
1
Display the
(P.230)
2
3
Select “Delete”.
“Edit
Route”
screen.
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
 When more than 1 destination has been
set, a list will be displayed on the screen.
Select the item(s) to be deleted.
“Delete All”: Select to delete all destinations on the list.
 If more than 1 destination has been set,
the system will recalculate the route(s) to
the set destination(s) as necessary.
REORDERING
DESTINATIONS
When more than 1 destination has
been set, the arrival order of the destinations can be changed.
1
“Edit
Route”
screen.
8
Select “Reorder”.
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
2
3
Display the
(P.230)
Select the desired destination and select “Move Up” or “Move Down” to
change the arrival order. Then select
“OK”.
231
3. ROUTE GUIDANCE
SETTING ROUTE
PREFERENCES
SELECTING ROUTE TYPE
The conditions to determine the route
can be selected from various choices
such as freeways, toll roads, ferries,
etc.
1
Display the
(P.230)
2
3
Select “Preferences”.
“Edit
Route”
1
Display the
(P.230)
2
3
Select “Route Type”.
“Edit Route”
screen.
Select the desired route type.
screen.
Select the desired route preferences
and select “OK”.
 During driving, the route guidance starts
after selecting the desired route type.
4
The entire route from the starting point
to the destination is displayed.
 For details about this screen: P.220
 When set to on, the indicator will illuminate.
232
3. ROUTE GUIDANCE
3
DETOUR SETTING
Select the desired detour distance.
During the route guidance, the route
can be changed to detour around a
section of the route where a delay is
caused by road repairs, an accident,
etc.
1
Display the
(P.230)
2
Select “Detour”.
“Edit
Route”
screen.
No.
Function
Select to detour within 1 mile of the
current position.
Select to detour within 3 miles of the
current position.
Select to detour within 5 miles of the
current position.
Select to detour on the entire route.
Select to make the system search
for the route based on traffic congestion information received from
traffic information. (P.205)
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3. ROUTE GUIDANCE
INFORMATION
● This picture shows an example of how
the system would guide around a delay
caused by a traffic jam.
This position indicates the location of a
traffic jam caused by road repairs, an
accident, etc.
This route indicates the detour suggested by the system.
● When the vehicle is on a freeway, the
detour distance selections are 5, 15 and
25 miles (or 5, 15 and 25 km if units are
in km).
● The system may not be able to calculate
a detour route depending on the
selected distance and surrounding road
conditions.
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4. MEMORY POINTS
1. MEMORY POINTS SETTINGS
Home, preset destinations, address
book entries, areas to avoid can be set
as memory points. The registered
points can be used as the destinations.
(P.208)
4
Select the desired item to be set.
Registered areas to avoid, will be
avoided when the system searches for
a route.
1
2
3
Press the “APPS” button.
Select “Setup”.
Select “Navigation”.
No.
Function
Page
Select to set home.
236
Select to set preset destinations.
237
Select to set the address
book.
239
Select to set areas to
avoid.
241
Select to delete previous
destinations.
243
Select to set detailed navigation settings.
244
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4. MEMORY POINTS
EDITING HOME
SETTING UP HOME
If home has been registered, that information can be recalled by selecting
“Go Home” on the “Destination”
screen. (P.211)
1
Display the “Navigation
screen. (P.235)
2
3
Select “Home”.
1
2
Select “Edit”.
Select the desired item to be edited.
Settings”
Select the desired item to be set.
No.
No.
Function
Page
Select to register home.
236
Select to edit home.
236
Select to delete home.
236
3
Select “New”.
3
Select “OK” when the editing home
screen appears.
236
Select the desired item to search for
the location. (P.208)
Page
Select to edit the home
name.
241
Select to set display of the
home name on/off.

Select to edit location information.
241
Select to edit the phone
number.
241
Select to change the icon
to be displayed on the map
screen.
240
Select “OK”.
DELETING HOME
REGISTERING HOME
1
2
Function
1
2
Select “Delete”.
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
4. MEMORY POINTS
REGISTERING PRESET
DESTINATIONS
SETTING UP PRESET
DESTINATIONS
If a preset destination has been registered, that information can be recalled
by using preset destinations on the
“Destination” screen. (P.211)
1
Display the “Navigation
screen. (P.235)
2
3
Select “Preset Destinations”.
1
Select “Set”.
2
Select the desired item to search for
the location. (P.208)
3
Select a position for this preset destination.
4
Select “OK” when the editing preset
destination screen appears. (P.238)
Settings”
Select the desired item.
INFORMATION
No.
Function
Page
Select to register a preset
destination.
237
Select to edit a preset destination.
238
Select to delete a preset
destination.
238
● Up to 5 preset destinations can be registered.
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4. MEMORY POINTS
EDITING PRESET
DESTINATIONS
DELETING PRESET
DESTINATIONS
1
Select “Edit”.
1
Select “Delete”.
2
3
Select the desired preset destination.
2
Select the preset destination to be deleted and select “Delete”.
3
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
Select the item to be edited.
No.
4
238
Function
Page
Select to edit the preset
destination name.
241
Select to set display of the
preset destination name
on/off.

Select to edit location information.
241
Select to edit the phone
number.
241
Select to change the icon
to be displayed on the map
screen.
240
Select “OK”.
4. MEMORY POINTS
EDITING ADDRESS BOOK
ENTRIES
SETTING UP ADDRESS
BOOK
Points on the map can be registered.
1
Display the “Navigation
screen. (P.235)
2
3
Select “Address Book”.
Settings”
1
2
3
Select the desired item.
No.
The icon, name, location and/or phone
number of a registered address book
entry can be edited.
Function
Page
Select to register address
book entries.
Select “Edit”.
Select the desired address book entry.
Select the item to be edited.
No.
Page
239
Select to edit the address
book entry name.
241
Select to edit address book
entries.
239

Select to delete address
book entries.
241
Select to set display of the
address book entry name
on/off.
Select to edit location information.
241
Select to edit the phone
number.
241
Select to change the icon
to be displayed on the map
screen.
240
REGISTERING ADDRESS
BOOK ENTRIES
1
2
Select “New”.
3
Select “OK” when the editing address
book entry screen appears. (P.239)
Select the desired item to search for
the location. (P.208)
4
Select “OK”.
INFORMATION
● Up to 100 address book entries can be
registered.
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4. MEMORY POINTS
■CHANGING THE ICON
1
2
Select “Edit” next to the “Icon”.
Select the desired icon.
When the “With Sound” tab is selected
A sound for some address book entries
can be set. When the vehicle approaches the location of the address
book entry, the selected sound will be
heard.
1
2
Select the “With Sound” tab.
Select the desired sound icon.
: Select to play the sound.
 Change pages by selecting the “Page 1”,
“Page 2” or “With Sound” tab.
“With Sound”: Select the memory points
with a sound
 When “Bell (with Direction)” is selected,
select an arrow to adjust the direction and
select “OK”.
INFORMATION
● The bell sounds only when the vehicle
approaches this point in the direction
that has been set.
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4. MEMORY POINTS
■CHANGING THE NAME
1
2
Select “Edit” next to “Name”.
Enter a name and select “OK”.
■CHANGING THE LOCATION
1
2
Select “Edit” next to “Location”.
Scroll the map to the desired point
(P.200) and select “OK”.
■CHANGING PHONE NUMBER
1
2
Select “Edit” next to “Phone #”.
SETTING UP AREAS TO
AVOID
Areas to be avoided because of traffic
jams, construction work or other reasons can be registered as “Areas to
Avoid”.
1
Display the “Navigation
screen. (P.235)
2
3
Select “Areas to Avoid”.
Settings”
Select the desired item.
Enter the phone number and select
“OK”.
DELETING ADDRESS BOOK
ENTRIES
1
2
Select the item to be deleted and select
“Delete”.
No.
Function
Page
Select to register areas to
avoid.
242
Select to edit areas to
avoid.
242
Select to delete areas to
avoid.
243
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Select “Delete”.
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
241
4. MEMORY POINTS
REGISTERING AREAS TO
AVOID
1
Select “New”.
2
Select the desired item to search for
the location. (P.208)
3
Select either
or
to
change the size of the area to be avoided and select “OK”.
EDITING AREAS TO AVOID
The name, location and/or area size of
a registered area can be edited.
1
2
3
Select “Edit”.
Select the area and select “OK”.
Select the item to be edited.
No.
4
Select “OK” when the editing area to
avoid screen appears.
INFORMATION
● If a destination is entered in the area to
avoid or the route calculation cannot be
made without running through the area
to avoid, a route passing through the
area to be avoided may be shown.
● Up to 10 locations can be registered as
points/areas to avoid.
Page
Select to edit the name of
the area to avoid.
243
Select to set display of the
area to avoid name on/off.

Select to edit area location.
243
Select to edit area size.
243
Select to set the area to
avoid function on/off.
4
242
Function
Select “OK”.

4. MEMORY POINTS
■CHANGING THE NAME
1
2
Select “Edit” next to “Name”.
Enter a name and select “OK”.
DELETING AREAS TO AVOID
1
2
Select “Delete”.
3
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
■CHANGING THE LOCATION
1
2
Select “Edit” next to “Location”.
Scroll the map to the desired point
(P.200) and select “OK”.
■CHANGING THE AREA SIZE
1
Select “Edit” next to “Size”.
2
Select either
or
to
change the size of the area to be avoided and select “OK”.
Select the area to be deleted and select “Delete”.
DELETING PREVIOUS
DESTINATIONS
Previous destinations can be deleted.
1
Display the “Navigation
screen. (P.235)
2
3
Select “Delete Previous Dest.”.
4
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
Settings”
Select the previous destination to be
deleted and select “Delete”.
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5. SETUP
1. DETAILED NAVIGATION SETTINGS
Settings are available for pop-up information, favorite POI categories, low
fuel warning, etc.
1
Press the “APPS” button.
2
3
4
5
Select “Setup”.
244
Select “Navigation”.
Select “Detailed Navi. Settings”.
Select the items to be set.
SCREENS FOR NAVIGATION
SETTINGS
5. SETUP
No.
Function
Page
Select to set the voice guidance for the next street
name on/off.

Select to set IPD road guidance on/off.

Select to set favorite POI
categories that are used for
POI selection to display on
the map screen.
245
Select to adjust the current
position mark manually or
to adjust miscalculation of
the distance caused by tire
replacement.
246
Select to set display of popup information on/off.

Select to set display of low
fuel warning on/off.
247
Select to reset all setup
items.

FAVORITE POI CATEGORIES
(SELECT POI ICONS)
Up to 6 POI icons, which are used for
selecting POIs on the map screen, can
be selected as favorites.
1
Display the “Detailed Navi. Settings”
screen. (P.244)
2
3
Select “Favorite POI Categories”.
Select the category to be changed.
“Default”: Select to set the default categories.
4
Select the desired POI category.
“List All Categories”: Select to display all
POI categories.
5
Select the desired POI icon.
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5. SETUP
CURRENT POSITION/TIRE
CHANGE CALIBRATION
The current position mark can be adjusted manually. Miscalculation of the
distance caused by tire replacement
can also be adjusted.
1
Display the “Detailed Navi. Settings”
screen. (P.244)
2
3
Select “Calibration”.
Select the desired item.
■POSITION/DIRECTION
CALIBRA-
TION
When driving, the current position
mark will be automatically corrected by
GPS signals. If GPS reception is poor
due to location, the current position
mark can be adjusted manually.
1
2
Select “Position / Direction”.
3
Select an arrow to adjust the direction
of the current position mark and select
“OK”.
Scroll the map to the desired point
(P.200) and select “OK”.
 For additional information on the accuracy of a current position: P.254
■TIRE CHANGE CALIBRATION
The tire change calibration function will
be used when replacing the tires. This
function will adjust miscalculation
caused by the circumference difference between the old and new tires.
1
Select “Tire Change”.
 The message appears and the quick distance calibration starts automatically.
INFORMATION
● If this procedure is not performed when
the tires are replaced, the current position mark may be incorrectly displayed.
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5. SETUP
LOW FUEL WARNING POP-UP
When the fuel level is low, a warning
message will pop up on the screen.
1
Display the “Detailed Navi. Settings”
screen. (P.244)
2
3
Select “Low Fuel Warning Pop-up”.
Select “On” or “Off”.
■SEARCHING GAS STATION IN LOW
FUEL WARNING
A nearby gas station can be selected
as a destination.
1
Select “Yes” when the low fuel warning appears.
2
Select the desired nearby gas station.
3
Select “Enter
tion.
” to set as a destina8
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“Info”: Select to display gas station information. (P.203)
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5. SETUP
2. TRAFFIC SETTINGS
Traffic information such as traffic congestion or traffic incident warnings can
be made available.
1
Press the “APPS” button.
2
3
4
Select “Setup”.
SCREEN FOR TRAFFIC
SETTINGS
Select “Traffic”.
Select the items to be set.
No.
Function
Select to set specific routes (such as
frequently used routes) on which
you wish to receive traffic information. (P.250)
Select to set the avoid traffic function auto/manual. (P.249)
Select to set the usage of traffic information for the estimated arrival
time on/off.
Select to set the display of an arrow
of free flowing traffic on/off.
Select to set to on/off whether to
consider the predictive traffic information (P.206) with estimated arrival time and detoured route
search.
Select to set of traffic incident voice
warning on/off.
Select to reset all setup items.
248
5. SETUP
AUTO AVOID TRAFFIC
1
Display the “Traffic Settings” screen.
(P.248)
2
3
Select “Avoid Traffic”.
Select the desired item.
No.
Function
Select to automatically change
routes when congestion information
of the guidance route has been received.
Select to select manually whether or
not to change routes when congestion information of the guidance
route has been received. In this
mode, a screen will appear to ask if
you wish to reroute.
■CHANGING THE ROUTE MANUALLY
When the navigation system calculates a new route, the following screen
will be displayed.
1
Select the desired item.
No.
Function
Select to start route guidance using
the new route.
Select to confirm the new route and
current route on the map. “Yes” or
“No” can be selected.
Select to continue the current route
guidance.
Select to not reroute when congestion information for the guidance
route has been received.
Select “OK”.
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5. SETUP
REGISTERING PERSONAL
ROUTES
MY TRAFFIC ROUTES
Specific routes (such as frequently
used routes) on which you wish to receive traffic information can be registered as “My Traffic Routes”. A route is
set by defining a start point and end
point, and can be adjusted by setting
up to 2 preferred roads.
1
Display the “Traffic Settings” screen.
(P.248)
2
3
Select “My Traffic Routes”.
Select the desired item.
No.
Function
Page
Select to register personal
routes
250
Select to edit personal
routes
251
Select to delete personal
routes
251
1
Select “New”.
2
Select “Edit” next to “Name”.
3
4
5
Enter the name and select “OK”.
6
7
Select “Edit” next to “End”.
8
Select “OK” when the editing traffic
route screen appears.
Select “Edit” next to “Start”.
Select the desired item to search for
the location. (P.208)
Select the desired item to search for
the location. (P.208)
 The routes can be adjusted by setting preferred roads. (P.252)
INFORMATION
● Up to 5 routes can be registered.
250
5. SETUP
EDITING PERSONAL ROUTES
1
2
3
DELETING PERSONAL
ROUTES
Select “Edit”.
Select the desired traffic route.
1
Select “Delete”.
2
Select the traffic route to be deleted
and select “Delete”.
3
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
Select “Edit” next to the item to be edited.
No.
Function
Page
Select to edit the name of
personal routes
Select to edit start location
250
8
Select to edit end location
4

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Select to see the entire
route.
Select “OK”.
 The entire route map will be displayed.
251
5. SETUP
SETTING PREFERRED ROADS
“My Traffic Routes” can be adjusted by
setting up to 2 preferred roads.
1
Select “Set Preferred Roads”.
2
■ADDING PREFERRED ROADS
1
Select “Add”.
 If two preferred roads are already set,
select “Yes” and delete a preferred road
before add a new one.
2
Scroll the map to the desired point and
select “OK”.
3
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
4
Select “OK” to use this road.
Select the desired item.
 “Next”: Select to change road.
5
No.
252
Function
Page
Select to add preferred
roads.
252
Select to modify preferred
roads.
253
Select to delete preferred
roads.
253
Select “Add Here” for the desired location.
 If a preferred road is already set, a second
preferred road can be added anywhere
between the start point, the end point and
the existing preferred road.
5. SETUP
■MODIFYING PREFERRED ROADS
■DELETING PREFERRED ROADS
1
2
1
2
3
Select “Modify”.
Select the preferred road to be modified.
Scroll the map to the desired point and
select “OK”.
4
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
5
Select “OK” to use this road.
Select “Delete”.
Select the preferred road to be deleted.
“Delete All”: Select to delete all preferred
roads on the list.
3
Select “Yes” when the confirmation
screen appears.
 “Next”: Select to change road.
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6. TIPS FOR THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM
1. GPS (GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM)
LIMITATIONS OF THE
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
This navigation system calculates the
current position using satellite signals,
various vehicle signals, map data, etc.
However, an accurate position may not
be shown depending on satellite conditions, road configuration, vehicle condition or other circumstances.
The Global Positioning System (GPS) developed and operated by the U.S. Department of Defense provides an accurate
current position, normally using 4 or more
satellites, and in some case 3 satellites.
The GPS system has a certain level of inaccuracy. While the navigation system
compensates for this most of the time, occasional positioning errors of up to 300 ft.
(100 m) can and should be expected. Generally, position errors will be corrected
within a few seconds.
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When the vehicle is receiving signals from
satellites, the “GPS” mark appears at the
top left of the screen.
The GPS signal may be physically obstructed, leading to inaccurate vehicle position on the map screen. Tunnels, tall
buildings, trucks, or even the placement of
objects on the instrument panel may obstruct the GPS signals.
The GPS satellites may not send signals
due to repairs or improvements being
made to them.
Even when the navigation system is receiving clear GPS signals, the vehicle position may not be shown accurately or
inappropriate route guidance may occur in
some cases.
NOTICE
● The installation of window tinting may
obstruct the GPS signals. Most window
tinting contains some metallic content
that will interfere with GPS signal reception of the antenna in the instrument
panel. We advise against the use of window tinting on vehicles equipped with
navigation systems.
6. TIPS FOR THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM
 Accurate current position may not be
shown in the following cases:
• When driving on a small angled Yshaped road.
• When driving on a winding road.
• When driving on a slippery road such as
in sand, gravel, snow, etc.
• When driving on a long straight road.
• When freeway and surface streets run in
parallel.
• After moving by ferry or vehicle carrier.
• When a long route is searched during
high speed driving.
• When driving without setting the current
position calibration correctly.
• After repeating a change of direction by
going forward and backward, or turning
on a turntable in a parking lot.
• When leaving a covered parking lot or
parking garage.
• When a roof carrier is installed.
• When driving with tire chains installed.
• When the tires are worn.
• After replacing a tire or tires.
• When using tires that are smaller or
larger than the factory specifications.
• When the tire pressure in any of the 4
tires is not correct.
 If the vehicle cannot receive GPS signals, the current position can be
adjusted manually. For information on
setting the current position calibration:
P.246
 Inappropriate route guidance may occur in
the following cases:
• When turning at an intersection off the
designated route guidance.
• If you set more than 1 destination but
skip any of them, auto reroute will display a route returning to the destination
on the previous route.
• When turning at an intersection for which
there is no route guidance.
• When passing through an intersection
for which there is no route guidance.
• During auto reroute, the route guidance
may not be available for the next turn to
the right or left.
• During high speed driving, it may take a
long time for auto reroute to operate. In
auto reroute, a detour route may be
shown.
• After auto reroute, the route may not be
changed.
• If an unnecessary U-turn is shown or
announced.
• If a location has multiple names and the
system announces 1 or more of them.
• When a route cannot be searched.
• If the route to your destination includes
gravel, unpaved roads or alleys, the
route guidance may not be shown.
• Your destination point might be shown
on the opposite side of the street.
• When a portion of the route has regulations prohibiting the entry of the vehicle
that vary by time or season or other reasons.
• The road and map data stored in the
navigation system may not be complete
or may not be the latest version.
INFORMATION
● This navigation system uses tire turning
data and is designed to work with factory-specified tires for the vehicle.
Installing tires that are larger or smaller
than the originally equipped diameter
may cause inaccurate display of the current position. The tire pressure also
affects the diameter of the tires, so make
sure that the tire pressure of all 4 tires is
correct.
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NAVIGATION SYSTEM
 After replacing a tire: P.246
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6. TIPS FOR THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM
2. MAP DATABASE VERSION AND COVERED AREA
MAP INFORMATION
5
Check that the map data screen is displayed.
Coverage areas and legal information
can be displayed and map data can be
updated.
1
Press the “APPS” button.
No.
Function
Map version
Select to display map coverage areas.
Select to display legal information.
2
3
4
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Select “Navigation”.
Select “Options”.
Select “Map Data”.
INFORMATION
● Map data updates are available for a
fee. Contact your Toyota dealer for further information.
6. TIPS FOR THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM
ABOUT THE MAP DATA
Map data for the navigation system is
contained in a SD card that is inserted
in the SD card slot.
Do not eject the SD card, as doing so
may deactivate the navigation system.
NOTICE
● Do not edit or delete the map data on
the SD card, as doing so may deactivate
the navigation system.
INFORMATION
8
● microSDHC Logo is a trademark of SD3C,LLC.
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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6. TIPS FOR THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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ENTUNE
1
1
ENTUNE OVERVIEW
1. ENTUNE SERVICE ..................... 260
2
BEFORE USING THE FUNCTION ...... 262
PREPARATION BEFORE
USING Entune................................... 263
2
ENTUNE OPERATION
3
4
1. Entune......................................... 265
USING Entune ..................................... 265
LINKING ENTUNE AND
NAVIGATION FUNCTION................. 269
ENTUNE KEYWORD
OPERATION ..................................... 270
3
5
6
SETUP
7
1. ENTUNE SETTINGS ................... 272
SCREEN FOR ENTUNE
SETTINGS ........................................ 272
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1. ENTUNE OVERVIEW
1. ENTUNE SERVICE*1
Entune is a service that enables downloadable applications to be displayed on and
operated from the navigation screen. Before Entune can be used, a few actions
need to be performed first. (P.263)
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1. ENTUNE OVERVIEW
No.
Name
Function
Content provider
Provides content to the navigation system via a cellular phone.
Application server
Provides downloadable application to the navigation system via
a cellular phone.
Cellular phone*2
Using the Entune application, communication is relayed between the navigation system, the application server and the
contents provider.
Applications
Downloaded Entune applications provide access to audio/visual content from a content provider when connected via a compatible phone with a data connection.
Navigation system
Contents received, via a cellular phone, from the contents provider servers are displayed on the navigation screen. The navigation system is equipped with an application player to run
applications.
*1: Entune is available in the 48 states, D.C. and Alaska.
*2: For known compatible phones, refer to http://www.toyota.com/entune/.
INFORMATION
● The actual service availability is dependent on the network condition.
ENTUNE
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1. ENTUNE OVERVIEW
BEFORE USING THE
FUNCTION
SUBSCRIPTION
 Entune will be available on a 3 year trial
period included upon purchase of a new
vehicle. User registration is required to
start using the service. (P.264)
 When 3 years has elapsed after purchasing a new vehicle, a fee will be charged to
renew the contract.*
 Services requiring a separate contract can
also be used.*
*:
For
details,
refer
to
http://
www.toyota.com/entune/ or call 1-800331-4331.
AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE
 Entune is available in the 48 states, D.C.
and Alaska of the United States.
INFORMATION
● When using Entune, depending on the
details of your cellular phone contract,
data usage fees may apply. Confirm
data usage fees before using this service.
● In this section, the required actions to
activate applications, connect a cellular
phone to the navigation system and registration steps for Entune are explained.
For details regarding Entune operations
and each of the applications, refer to
http://www.toyota.com/entune/.
● The actual service availability is dependent on the network condition.
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INITIALIZING PERSONAL
DATA
The personal data used in applications
can be removed from the navigation
system. (P.58)
 The following personal data can be
deleted from the navigation system and
returned to their default settings:
• Downloaded applications
• Downloaded application content
INFORMATION
● Once initialized, data will be erased from
the navigation system. Pay close attention when initializing the data.
1. ENTUNE OVERVIEW
PREPARATION BEFORE
USING Entune
SETUP REQUIRED TO USE
Entune
Perform the following actions.
1
User registration
2
Download the Entune application to
your cellular phone.
3
Register the cellular phone to the navigation system.
4
Download Entune applications to the
navigation system.
USER REGISTRATION
When purchasing the vehicle, an email
address is registered at your Toyota
dealer. If your email address was not
registered at your Toyota dealer, your
email address can be registered at the
Toyota drivers website. A user registration guidance email containing a
web address will be sent.
1
Perform Entune user registration from
the designated web address or from
the downloaded Entune application on
your cellular phone.
INFORMATION
● If your email address was not registered
at your Toyota dealer when the vehicle
was purchased, an email address can
be registered at http://www.toyota.com/
entune/.
In order to use Entune, the following actions must first be performed:
ENTUNE
 User registration with a service contract
(P.263)
 Download the Entune application onto
your cellular phone, and login to the application. (P.264)
 Register the cellular phone that the
Entune application was downloaded to
with the navigation system. (P.264)
 Register a Bluetooth® phone with the
hands-free system. (P.42)
 Download Entune applications to the navigation system. (P.266)
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1. ENTUNE OVERVIEW
REGISTERING THE Entune
APPLICATION
1
Download the Entune application using
to cellular phone.
2
Run the Entune application on your
cellular phone.
3
Enter the information required into the
Entune application. Login to the application.
INFORMATION
● Applications can only be used when the
Entune application has been downloaded to your cellular phone and the
application is running.
● Entune operational procedures can also
be confirmed by visiting
http://www.toyota.com/entune/.
● In order to use applications, it is necessary to run the Entune application on
your cellular phone.
● If an iPhone is connected via Bluetooth®
and USB at the same time, system operation may become unstable. For known
phone compatibility information, refer to
http://www.toyota.com/entune/.
● If a Entune application is used while
iPod audio is being played back, system
operation may become unstable.
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DOWNLOADING ENTUNE
APPLICATIONS
1
The actions on P.263 need to be performed before Entune applications can
be downloaded.
2
Once your phone is running the Entune
application with a valid account logged
in and is connected to the navigation
system, an on-screen pup-up will be
displayed offering to begin downloading Entune applications to the navigation system. After download has
started, see P.267 for more information.
2. ENTUNE OPERATION
1. Entune
USING Entune
2
Select the desired application button.
Entune is a service that enables the
usable contents of a cellular phone to
be displayed on and operated from the
navigation screen. Before Entune can
be used, a few actions need to be performed first. (P.263)
For details about the function and service of each application, refer to http://
www.toyota.com/entune/.
1
Press the “APPS” button.
No.
Function
Page
Select to activate an application.

Select to update the application.
266
Select to reorder the applications.
267
Displays the number of
new notifications for the application

ENTUNE
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265
2. ENTUNE OPERATION
UPDATING an application
3
Check that downloading is completed.
When Entune is activated, an application may need to be updated. By updating, an application can be kept to
the latest version. When updating the
application, it is necessary to download the updated data and install it.
■DOWNLOADING THE UPDATED
DATA
If an update is available, “Update” can
be selected.
1
Select “Update”.
No.
Function
Select to install the update later. The
screen will return to the last displayed screen. Installing the updated data later: P.267
Select to display detailed information about the updated data.
Select to install the updated data.
Follow the steps “INSTALLING THE
UPDATED DATA” from “STEP 2”.
(P.267)
INFORMATION
2
Check that downloading is started.
“Download in Background”: Select to
operate other function while downloading.
“Cancel”: Select to cancel updating.
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● Application download time may vary
based on the speed of the cellular network.
● Application download can be resumed
after turning off and back on.
● Future mandatory updates will display
an on-screen pop-up when available.
2. ENTUNE OPERATION
■INSTALLING THE UPDATED DATA
After the downloading is complete,
“Update” will be changed to “Install”.
1
2
Select “Install”.
Select “Continue”.
“Later”: Select to postpone the installation
of the updated data and go back to the previous screen.
3
Check that installing is started.
“Install in Background”: Select to operate other function while installing.
4
REORDERING THE
APPLICATIONS
Order of the applications can be
changed.
1
2
Display the “Apps” screen. (P.265)
3
Select the desired application to be
moved.
4
Select
or
to move the application, and select “OK”.
Select “Reorder”.
Select “OK” after the installing is complete.
INFORMATION
ENTUNE
● Entune function cannot be operated
while installing.
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2. ENTUNE OPERATION
IF A MESSAGE APPEARS ON THE SCREEN
When problems occur starting up the application player, a message will appear on
the screen. Referring to the table below to identify the problem, take the suggested
corrective action.
Message
Display conditions
Corrective action
“This feature is unavailable
during an emergency call.”
Safety Connect is being implemented.
After Safety Connect is finished, perform the operation
again.
“This feature is unavailable
while transferring contacts.”
Contacts are being transferred manually from the
phonebook.
When the transfer of contacts
is complete, perform the operation.
“Unable to connect to a
Bluetooth* phone. For troubleshooting
assistance,
please visit toyota.com.”
The cellular phone cannot be
connected.
Refer
to
http://
www.toyota.com/entune/ to
confirm if the phone is compatible or not.
“This feature is unavailable
during a handsfree call.”
A hands-free
progress.
After the hands-free call is finished, perform the operation.
call
is
in
“To use these services, an
active application needs to be
running on your phone. For
more information, please visit
toyota.com.”
The Entune application cannot
be
connected
to
Bluetooth* SPP.
Refer
to
http://
www.toyota.com/entune/ to
confirm if the phone is
Bluetooth* SPP compatible or
not, and then activate the Entune application.
“Entune connection has been
lost. Please confirm your connection.”
Communication was disconnected.
After a few moments, retry
the operation.
*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
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2. ENTUNE OPERATION
SETTING A DESTINATION
USING ENTUNE
LINKING ENTUNE AND
NAVIGATION FUNCTION
The navigation system can set a destination and make a hands-free call via
Entune. For details about the function
and service of each application, refer
to http://www.toyota.com/entune/.
1
2
3
4
5
Locations that were searched using
Entune can be set as a destination.
1
Display the “Web Search” screen.
(P.269)
2
Select the desired application button to
search.
3
4
5
Enter a search term, and select “GO”.
6
Select “OK” to start guidance.
Press the “APPS” button.
Select “Map”.
Select “Go to
”.
Select “Navigation”.
Select “Dest.”.
Select “Web Search”.
Check that the “Web Search” screen is
displayed.
ENTUNE
 For the operation of the route guidance
screen and the function of each screen
button: P.220
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2. ENTUNE OPERATION
MAKING A PHONE CALL
USING ENTUNE
Phone calls can be made to locations
which were searched using Entune.
1
Display the “Web Search” screen.
(P.269)
2
Select the desired application button to
search.
3
4
5
Enter a search term, and select “GO”.
Information can be entered to an application by the software keyboard or
voice recognition. For details about the
function and service of each application, refer to http://www.toyota.com/entune/.
 The keyboard layout can be changed.
(P.54)
Select “Call”.
Select “Yes”.
“Cancel”: Select to cancel making a
phone call.
6
ENTUNE KEYWORD
OPERATION
Check that the “Call” screen is displayed.
 For phone operation and the function of
each screen button: P.164
USING THE SOFTWARE
KEYBOARD
1
2
Display the “Apps” screen. (P.265)
3
4
Select the character input space.
5
Entering characters will be reflected on
the character input space.
Select the desired application button.
Enter a search term, and then select
“OK”.
 For details on operating the keyboard:
P.37
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2. ENTUNE OPERATION
ENTERING A KEYWORD USING
THE VOICE RECOGNITION
FUNCTION
1
2
Display the “Apps” screen. (P.265)
3
4
Press the talk switch. (P.126)
Select the desired application button.
When this screen is displayed, say the
desired keyword.
 Completion of saying the keyword will be
detected automatically.
5
Search results will be displayed on the
screen.
 Voice recognition can also be used by
using the talk switch on the steering
switch. (P.126)
ENTUNE
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3. SETUP
1. ENTUNE SETTINGS
Settings are available for Entune.
1
Press the “APPS” button.
SCREEN FOR ENTUNE
SETTINGS
No.
2
3
4
5
272
Select “Setup”.
Select “Entune”.
Function
Select to set the voice guidance volume. (P.273)
Select the items to be set.
Select to set the pop up reminder for
cellular phone data usage. (P.273)
Select “OK”.
Select to reset all setup items.
3. SETUP
VOICE VOLUME SETTINGS
The voice guidance volume can be adjusted.
1
Display the “Entune Settings” screen.
(P.272)
2
Select the desired level by selecting
the appropriate number.
3
Select “OK”.
PHONE DATA PLAN POP-UP
SETTINGS
The phone data plan pop-up can be set
when a paid application is downloaded.
1
Display the “Entune Settings” screen.
(P.272)
2
3
Select “Phone Data Plan Pop-Up”.
4
Select “OK”.
Check the desired function to be operated.
ENTUNE
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3. SETUP
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INDEX
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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ALPHABETICAL INDEX
A
D
AAC.......................................................... 91
AM............................................................ 75
APPS button ............................................ 12
“Apps” screen........................................... 14
AUDIO button........................................... 12
Audio settings ........................................ 113
AUX ........................................................ 108
Data services settings ............................ 141
B
Setting download methods ................. 141
Destination search screen...................... 208
Driver settings .......................................... 61
E
Editing route ........................................... 230
Adding destinations ............................ 231
Deleting destinations .......................... 231
Bluetooth®................................................ 42
Detour setting ..................................... 233
Profiles ................................................. 44
Reordering destinations...................... 231
Registering a Bluetooth® audio
player ................................................ 43
Selecting route type............................ 232
Registering a Bluetooth® phone........... 42
Bluetooth® audio.................................... 103
Connecting a Bluetooth® device ........ 107
Listening to Bluetooth® audio............. 107
Bluetooth® phone................................... 154
Bluetooth® phone message function ..... 167
C
Calling on the Bluetooth® phone............ 158
Casual speech recognization................. 132
CD............................................................ 91
Playing an audio CD............................. 93
Playing an MP3/WMA/AAC disc........... 93
Command list ......................................... 133
276
Setting route preferences ................... 232
Emergency ............................................. 217
Entering letters and numbers/
list screen operation ............................. 37
Entering letters and numbers ............... 37
Entune.................................................... 265
Entering keyword operation................ 270
Linking entune and navigation
function ........................................... 269
F
M
FM radio................................................... 75
Fuel consumption .................................. 136
Maintenance ............................................ 62
Map database version and
covered area ...................................... 256
Map screen information ......................... 201
G
General settings....................................... 54
GPS (Global Positioning System).......... 254
Limitations of the navigation
system ............................................ 254
H
Displaying information about
the icon where the cursor is set ...... 203
Standard map icons ........................... 204
Map screen operation ............................ 195
Adjusting location in small
increments ...................................... 200
Current position display...................... 195
HOME button ........................................... 12
“Home” screen ......................................... 16
Home screen operation ........................... 36
I
Initial screen............................................. 32
Internet radio............................................ 90
iPod.......................................................... 98
iPod audio .......................................... 102
iPod video .......................................... 102
K
Map scale ........................................... 195
Orientation of the map........................ 196
Screen scroll operation....................... 199
Switching the map mode .................... 197
Memory points settings .......................... 235
Deleting previous destinations ........... 243
Setting up address book..................... 239
Setting up areas to avoid.................... 241
Setting up home ................................. 236
Setting up preset destinations ............ 237
Microphone ............................................ 126
MP3.......................................................... 91
Keyboard ................................................. 37
N
Navigation .............................................. 191
277
ALPHABETICAL INDEX
O
R
Operating information ............................ 115
Rear view monitor system...................... 144
Receiving doppler weather
information.......................................... 138
Receiving on the Bluetooth® phone ....... 163
CD player and disc ............................. 116
Error messages .................................. 123
File information................................... 119
iPod .................................................... 118
Radio .................................................. 115
Terms ................................................. 122
Overview buttons ..................................... 12
P
Phonebook............................................. 160
Phone/message settings........................ 172
“Contact/Call History Settings”
screen ............................................. 174
Incoming calls..................................... 163
Receiving traffic map information........... 140
Registering home ..................................... 22
Registering preset destinations................ 24
Registering/connecting Bluetooth®
device ................................................... 42
Certification........................................... 45
Profiles.................................................. 44
Registering a Bluetooth® audio player
for the first time ................................. 43
“Phone Display Settings” screen ........ 183
Registering a Bluetooth® phone
for the first time ................................. 42
Route guidance screen .......................... 224
Phone/message settings screen ........ 172
During freeway driving........................ 226
“Sound Settings” screen..................... 173
PWR/VOL button ..................................... 12
Route overview................................... 225
“Messaging Settings” screen.............. 182
Screen for route guidance .................. 224
Turn list screen ................................... 228
Turn-by-turn arrow screen .................. 228
When approaching intersection .......... 227
Route trace............................................. 203
278
S
T
Satellite Radio.......................................... 84
Screen adjustment................................... 40
Search operation ................................... 210
Talking on the Bluetooth® phone ........... 164
Searching by coordinates................... 219
Incoming call waiting .......................... 166
Touch screen gestures ............................ 34
Touch screen operation ........................... 35
Traffic information .................................. 205
Traffic settings........................................ 248
Searching by emergency ................... 217
Auto avoid traffic................................. 249
Searching by intersection and
freeway ........................................... 217
My traffic routes.................................. 250
Searching by address ........................ 212
Searching by address book................ 216
Searching by map .............................. 219
Searching by point of interest............. 213
Searching from previous
destinations .................................... 216
Screen for traffic settings.................... 248
Troubleshooting ..................................... 184
TUNE/SCROLL button............................. 12
Typical voice guidance prompts............. 229
Selecting search area ........................ 211
U
Setting home as destination............... 211
USB/AUX port .......................................... 72
USB memory............................................ 94
Setting preset destinations
as destination ................................. 211
Setting Bluetooth® details........................ 46
“Bluetooth Setup” screen ..................... 46
Connecting a Bluetooth® device .......... 49
Deleting a Bluetooth® device ............... 48
Editing the Bluetooth® device
information........................................ 50
Registering a Bluetooth® device .......... 47
“System Settings” screen ..................... 52
Setting home as the destination .............. 27
“Setup” screen ......................................... 20
Starting route guidance.......................... 220
Steering switches................................... 110
Playing a USB audio ............................ 97
V
Vehicle settings........................................ 60
Voice command system......................... 126
Voice settings........................................... 59
W
WMA ........................................................ 91
X
XM Satellite Radio ................................... 84
Displaying the radio ID ......................... 88
How to subscribe to
an XM Satellite Radio ....................... 86
If the satellite radio tuner
malfunctions...................................... 89
Presetting a channel............................. 88
Selecting a channel from the list .......... 88
279
Map database information and updates
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
Certain business data provided by Infogroup © 2012, All Rights Reserved.
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Certification
 Gracenote, the Gracenote logo and logotype, "Powered by Gracenote", MusicID, Playlist
Plus and MediaVOCS are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Gracenote, Inc.
in the United States and/or other countries
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