This didn't work for me either. Test results are valid as of the date noted, using the specified versions of the Audio Multimedia System, App Suite and Operating Systems. I was able to pair the phone with my Prius 2013 - Plugin Hybrid , and I am able to play audio via Bluetooth, but Bluetooth calling doesn't seem to work. What the heck did they do to the bluetooth in the iPhone 6 to make it so crappy? Updated a week ago, every thing is just like before. By the time the person answers the volume is almost normal. I recently bought a 2008 Prius and a new iPhone 3G.
Stop by for a test drive and try it out for yourself Toyota Entune 3. But suddenly, starting today, I can listed to my podcast for about a minute then it will stop. She asked the other counter person who said just go to the Toyota dealer. Unfortunately, the car doesn't provide any other easiest option than this. The one-touch dialling can only be set up once you've got some numbers in the address book - you can choose which ones appear on the one-touch screens.
Also, the peoplle at the other end of the call complain that I am breaking up. You can find some detailed instructions here: There are instructions for the Nokia 6620 there, which is probably close enough. Volume was strong right away. When your S9 successfully pairs and connects to your device, the indicator light displays blue with 10 quick purple flashes. When I make or receive a call, the volume is very faint for the first few seconds, then starts increasing to normal volume. When you have registered your phone with the vehicle a small car is shown on the 6230 which basically ack the log on. After going through many of the steps outlined in several forum questions - steps like forgetting all bluetooth connections on the car, forgetting the pairing on the phone, rebooting the phone, resetting the network settings, it did not help.
Bet your bluetooth turns off. Page 90 on your manual. Press the 'Info Phone' button on the right side of the display screen, press 'Phone' now and press 'Yes' when prompted. Then, usually but not always, the connection drops after the car starts moving. So if anyone has any positive suggestions, we are listening.
Still can't find the solution for my new, fancy iphone. While the car is still off, with Bluetooth off, reboot your phone. So you would think that the technology would have caught up with the phone and car. Other than that it may be the sequence of turning on the Bluetooth in the phone or???? Similar problem here with my N85. It's not the phone because it connects to other blue tooth items and my daughter has the same phone, and hers doesn't connect either.
If your phone only connects to one audio output means the speaker is already connected to another bluetooth source. Posted on Aug 12, 2008 first of all you have to have you bluetooth visibility on for it to connect to another device. Let us now if there is anything we can assist you with. I call Apple and talked with Bryce. What Nanny in the DfT and Toyota worked our that the only way you can dial on the move is via the phone! If I manually delete phone from the car and re pair it, alls fine, until I switch off the car, then I'm back to square one. Phone performance depends on software, coverage and carrier. However, I have noticed some sort of delay with every Bluetooth device we connect to our iPads and iPhones.
Anyone else having this problem? Just collected a facelift Prius T3, with built in for calls and streaming. Now turn on your car. I have upgarded to the latest available N85 firmware. If you connect to a bluetooth device and media audio disconnected after a few seconds it means that the bluetooth device already connected to one other device. You will find your iPhone already registered there you can register up to 10 Phones in the Toyota Prius. Thanks in advance for your help with this!! I hope you're still out there and on androidforum occasionally.
The published prices do not apply to Puerto Rico and the U. I have near-constant issues with my Android devices and my 2013 Prius bluetooth radio. I had trouble with a verizon phone also. Delete the Prius from your phone's Bluetooth configuration, completely. For more information on mpg, please see. You should be just able to connect to your phone when you turn the device on in the car. Will try the 17 one touch dial keys! I do exactly would you described in your answer from the Prius side of the equation.
It also has a delay of about ten seconds when connecting to the phone. My vehicle is a 2010 Prius. If I try to make a call from the phone, I get no audio the car display doesn't even show a call is in progress. But folks, search the I ternet, everyone is having prpblems and are being told it's their phone when it's Entune. As for the first 1200 miles, we are getting consistant mid to upper 50's as mpg. However, I did manage to set up the one-touch dialling by manually dialling a few numbers and quickly hang up immediately so that these numbers appear on the dialled numbers log from which the one-touch dialling can be set up. I had no problemm when I got the phone but that last update ruined it.
Funny thing is, my phone did not do this originally. After your phone reboots, it's Bluetooth should still be off. This list will be updated on an on-going basis as new phones are constantly being tested. One thing I may have noticed is that a few times I was testing it while parked, it seamed to happen when the engine turned off. They told me that Toyota had a problem with their new car kits but that they would not be investing money into resolving the issue! Does anyone have any ideas.