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Toyota RAV4 Owners Manual: Using the bluetooth® audio/phone

Toyota RAV4 Owners Manual / Interior features / Using the audio system / Using the bluetooth® audio/phone

Audio unit

  1. Bluetooth® connection condition

If “bt” is not displayed, the bluetooth® audio/phone cannot be used.


  1. Displays set up menu
  2. Selects items such as menu and number

Turn: selects an item

Press: inputs the selected item

  1. Off-hook switch

Turns the hands-free system on/starts a call

  1. On-hook switch

Turns the hands-free system off/ends a call/refuses a call

  1. Selects speed dials
  2. Displays information that is too long to be displayed at one time on the display (press and hold)
  3. Display

A message, name, number, etc. Is displayed.

Lower-case characters and special characters cannot be displayed.

Steering wheel switches (bluetooth® audio)

Steering wheel switches (bluetooth® phone)

  1. Volume

The voice guidance volume cannot be adjusted using this button. Toyota RAV4. Steering wheel switches (bluetooth® phone)

  1. Off-hook switch

Turns the hands-free system on/start a call

  1. On-hook switch

Turns the hands-free system off/ends a call/refuse a call

Microphone

Toyota RAV4. Microphone


Using the bluetooth® audio/phone for the first time

Before using the bluetooth® audio/phone, it is necessary to register a bluetooth® device in the system. Follow the procedure below to register (pair) a device:

  1. Press the “setup” button and select “bluetooth*” using the “tune•scroll” knob.
  2. Press the knob and select “bt pairing” using the knob.

    A passkey will be displayed.

  3. Ssp (secure simple pairing) incompatible bluetooth® devices: input the passkey into the device.

    Ssp (secure simple pairing) compatible bluetooth® devices: select “yes” to register the device. Depending on the type of device, it may register automatically.

If a bluetooth® device has both music player and cellular phone functions, both functions will be registered at the same time. When deleting the device, both functions will be deleted at the same time.

If the off-hook switch is pressed and the “phone” mode is entered when no phones have been registered, the registration screen will be automatically displayed.

*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of bluetooth sig, inc.

Menu list of the bluetooth® audio/phone

Toyota RAV4. Menu list of the bluetooth® audio/phone


*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of bluetooth sig, inc.

Toyota RAV4. Menu list of the bluetooth® audio/phone


Bluetooth® audio/phone system functions

Depending on the bluetooth® device, certain functions may not be available.

Bluetooth® audio/phone
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Operating a bluetooth® enabled portable player
Power Volume Search playback Next commands, random play or back button Repeat play Fast-forwarding, rewinding or selecting an album Changing the audio source/ playback Playb ...

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