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TOYOTA TOUCH 2

TOYOTA TOUCH 2 WITH GO


(2016)
TOYOTA MOTOR EUROPE NV/SA
Address: Avenue du Bourget 60 - 1140 Brussels, Belgium.
Website: https://www.toyota-europe.com

©2016 TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION


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or in part, without the written permission of Toyota Motor Corporation.
Printed in E.U.
TABLE OF CONTENTS

TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA
Touch-Screen Gestures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Controls Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Audio System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Bluetooth® Hands-Free System (Toyota Touch 2)
(Without Navigation) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Bluetooth® Hands-Free System (Toyota Touch 2
with Go) (With Navigation) . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Rear View Monitor System (If equipped) . . . . 18
Navigation (Toyota Touch 2 with Go) . . . . . . 19
Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Touch-Screen Gestures
Operations are performed by touching the touch-screen directly with your finger.
Operation Method Outline Main Use

Tap
Selecting an item on the
Quickly touch and release
screen
once.

Drag*
Touch the screen with your ■ Scrolling the lists
finger, and move the screen ■ Moving the map screen
to the desired position.

Flick*
Moving to the next/previous
Quickly move the screen by
screen
flicking with your finger.

*
: The above operations may not be performed on all screens.

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Controls Overview
The actual appearance of the audio/navi Control Panel may look like any of these,
depending the vehicle.

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1 Touch to control the selected 7 Press to turn mute on/off.*


functions. 8 Press to select a radio station or a
2 Turn to select a radio station or a track.
track.*
9 Press to access the audio system.
Press to enter selections.* The audio system turns on in the last
mode used.
Turn to change the map scale.*
10 Turn or press + / - to adjust volume
3 Press to customise the function knob.
settings.
4 Press to access the vehicle Press the volume knob / to turn the
information system. audio system on/off.
5 Press to access the Bluetooth®
hands-free system and applications. Press the volume knob / and hold to
Each time the button is pressed, the restart the system.
screen will change between the phone 11 Press to eject a disc.*
menu screen and the Toyota online menu 12 Insert a disc into this slot. The CD
screen. player turns on immediately.*
6 Press to access the navigation *
system. : If equipped

Each time the button is pressed, the


screen will change between the map
screen and navigation menu screen.

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Audio System
Selecting an Audio Source Toyota Touch 2 with Go
Press the “MEDIA” / button.
Select a desired audio source.
Toyota Touch 2

INFORMATION
Dimmed screen buttons cannot be
operated.
Audio Operation
AM/FM/DAB (If Equipped) Radio
Select “AM”, “FM” or “DAB” on the audio source selection screen.

Toyota Touch 2 (Without Navigation)

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Toyota Touch 2 with Go (With Navigation)

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1 Select to tune to preset stations. 5 Select to display the preset station.
2 Select to display the radio options 6 Select to display the audio source
screen. selection screen.
3 Select to display the manual tuning 7 Select to display the time shift
screen. operation screen.
4 Select to display the station list.

Presetting A Station Toyota Touch 2 with Go


1. Select “Favourites”.
2. Tune in the desired station.
3. Select one of the station selector
buttons (1-6) and hold it until a beep
is heard.
Toyota Touch 2

• The station’s frequency (AM/FM) or


name (FM/DAB) will be displayed in
the screen button.
• To change the preset station to a
different one, follow the same
procedure.

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Manual Tuning DAB Screen (If equipped)


AM/FM Screen 1. Select “Manual”.
1. Select “Manual”. 2. Tune the desired ensemble or
service.
2. Tune the desired station.
1 1

2 1 Select to seek up/down available


ensembles.
1 Select to seek up/down a
station. Select and hold the button for the
Select and hold to seek stations non-stop seek up/down function. When
non-stop. your finger is released from the button,
the search function will stop at the next
2 Select to step up/down receivable station.
frequencies. 2 Select to set available service.
Select and hold to seek frequencies
non-stop. Toyota Touch 2 – Select and hold to set
the available services every one second.
3 It is possible to drag and drop
the marker by sliding your finger on
the screen (in the area where the
marker is shown). Relocating the
marker by a single select on the
frequency band is also possible.

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

USB Memory
The USB memory operation screen can be reached by the following methods:
• Connecting a USB memory
• Select “USB” on the audio source
selection screen

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1 Shows progress. 6 Select to set repeat playback.


2 Select to display the USB options 7 Select to display the audio source
screen. selection screen.
3 Select to create a new playlist 8 Displays cover art.
containing songs similar to the current
song being played (if equipped). • Select to display a track list.
4 Select to display the browse options 9 Select to switch between “USB1”
selection screen and then select the and “USB2” when two USB memory
desired item. devices are connected.
5 Select to set random playback. 10 Select to play/pause.

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

iPod
The iPod operation screen can be reached by the following methods:
• Connecting an iPod
• Select “iPod” on the audio source
selection screen

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7 6 5 4 3 2

1 Shows progress. 6 Select to set repeat playback.


2 Select to display the iPod audio 7 Select to display the audio source
options screen. selection screen.
3 Select to create a new playlist 8 Displays cover art.
containing songs similar to the current
song being played (if equipped). • Select to display a track list.
4 Select to display the browse options 9 Select to switch between “iPod1”
selection screen and then select the and “iPod2” when two iPods are
desired item. connected.
5 Select to set random playback. 10 Select to play/pause.

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Bluetooth® Audio Depending on the type of portable player


connected, some functions may not be
The Bluetooth® audio system enables
available and/or the screen may look
users to enjoy listening to music that is
played on a portable player on the vehicle differently than shown in this manual.
speakers via wireless communication. The Bluetooth® audio operation screen
This audio system supports Bluetooth®, a can be reached by the following methods.
wireless data system capable of playing • Connecting a Bluetooth® audio device
portable audio music without cables. If a
• Select “Bluetooth” on the audio
device does not support Bluetooth®, the
source selection screen
Bluetooth® audio system will not
function.

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1 Shows progress. 4 Select to set random playback.


2 Select to display the Bluetooth® 5 Select to set repeat playback.
audio options screen. 6 Select to display the audio source
3 Select to display the browse options selection screen.
selection screen and then select the
7 Select to play/pause.
desired item.

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Bluetooth® Hands-Free System (Toyota Touch 2) (Without


Navigation)
Quick Reference

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1 Select to display the dial number 3 Select to display the call lists screen.
screen.
An entry from the missed, received or
A call can be made by dialing the number. dialed call lists can be selected and
2 Select to display the contacts called.
screen. 4 Select to display the messages
screen.
An entry from the list of contacts in the
“Stored” and “Phone book” screen can A list of received and sent short
be selected and called. messages as well as a menu to create
new short messages can be displayed.

Connecting a Bluetooth® Phone If Bluetooth® phones with phone profile


(HFP) have not been connected, first
In order to use the hands-free system, it connect a Bluetooth® phone with phone
is necessary to pair the phone and profile (HFP) according to the following
connect the phone’s profile (HFP) with procedure. Connect a Bluetooth® phone
the system. with phone profile (HFP) after bringing
the vehicle to a complete stop.
Once the profile has been connected,
hands-free calls can be made.

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1. Press the button. 3. Confirm the PIN.


2. Select “Yes”. • 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
This screen can be displayed by
message.
pressing the switch on the
steering wheel. 4. Check that the following screen is
displayed.
Pairing a Bluetooth® Device
NOTE:
Up to four Bluetooth® devices can be
paired. A paired device can be
connected to any of its supported
profiles such as phone (HFP), music
(A2DP) and/or internet (DUN/PAN).
Pairing From the System
1. Display the Bluetooth® settings • The system waits for connection
screen and select “Search device”. requests coming from the paired
device. All requested profiles are
• If another Bluetooth® device is
connected automatically.
connected, disconnect that
Bluetooth® device. • Internet profile is not connected
automatically.
• If four Bluetooth® devices have
already been paired, one of the If the automatic connection failed, the
paired devices needs to be following screen will be displayed. Select
removed. the desired profile to be connected.

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4

2. Select the desired device.


1 Select to connect the phone profile.
Connectable Bluetooth® devices will
be displayed in the list. 2 Select to connect the music profile.
3 Select to connect the internet
profile.
4 Select to connect all profiles.

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Once you have connected the Bluetooth® Calling on a Bluetooth® Phone


device, it is automatically connected 1. Display the phone menu screen and
whenever the system is started. select “Dial number”.
Pairing From The Device
1. Display the Bluetooth® settings
screen and select “Make system
discoverable”.
• If another Bluetooth® device is
already connected, disconnect that
Bluetooth® device.
• If four Bluetooth® devices have 2. Enter a phone number.
already been paired, one of the
3. Select .
paired devices needs to be
removed.
2. Search for this system from your
Bluetooth® device.

4. Check that the connecting screen is


displayed.
Receiving Calls on a Bluetooth®
3. Pair the Bluetooth® device using Phone
your Bluetooth® device.
Incoming calls to a Bluetooth® phone will
• Depending on the type of be displayed on the screen.
Bluetooth® device being
connected, it may be necessary to
perform additional steps on the
system.
• 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
1. Select “Accept” or press the
confirming registration may be
switch on the steering wheel.
displayed on the Bluetooth®
device’s screen. Respond and To reject an incoming call: Select “Reject”
operate the Bluetooth® device or press the switch on the steering
according to the confirmation wheel.
message. To adjust the volume of a received call:
Turn the power/volume knob.

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Bluetooth® Hands-Free System (Toyota Touch 2 with Go)


(With Navigation)
Quick Reference

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1 Select to call back the number. 4 Select to display the favourites


screen.
Select to display the entire call list.
An entry from the favourites list can be
An entry from the missed, received or selected and called.
dialed call lists can be selected and
5 Select to display the messages
called.
screen.
2 Select to display the phone book
screen. A list of received and sent short
messages as well as a menu to create
An entry from the phone book list can be
new short messages can be displayed.
selected and called.
6 Select to display the dial number
3 Displays the condition of the
Bluetooth® and internet connection. screen.

When this icon is selected, the paired A call can be made by dialing the number.
device list screen will be displayed.

Connecting a Bluetooth® Phone Once the profile has been connected,


hands-free calls can be made.
In order to use the hands-free system, it
is necessary to pair the phone and If Bluetooth® phones with phone profile
connect the phone’s profile (HFP) with (HFP) have not been connected, first
the system. connect a Bluetooth® phone with phone
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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

profile (HFP) according to the following 2. Select the desired device.


procedure. Connect a Bluetooth® phone Connectable Bluetooth® devices will
with phone profile (HFP) after bringing be displayed in the list.
the vehicle to a complete stop. 3. Confirm the PIN.
1. Press the button. • A PIN code is not required for SSP
2. Select “Yes”. (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.
4. Check that the following screen is
This screen can be displayed by displayed.
pressing the switch on the
steering wheel.
Pairing a Bluetooth® Device
NOTE:
Up to four Bluetooth® devices can be
paired. A paired device can be
connected to any of its supported
profiles such as phone (HFP), music
(A2DP) and/or internet (DUN/PAN). • The system waits for connection
Pairing From the System requests coming from the paired
device. All requested profiles are
1. Display the Bluetooth® settings connected automatically.
screen and select “Search device”.
• Internet profile is not connected
• If another Bluetooth® device is automatically.
connected, disconnect that
Bluetooth® device. If the automatic connection failed, the
following screen will be displayed. Select
• If four Bluetooth® devices have the desired profile to be connected.
already been paired, one of the
paired devices needs to be
removed.
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2
3
4

1 Select to connect the phone profile.


2 Select to connect the music profile.
3 Select to connect the internet
profile.
4 Select to connect all profiles.
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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Once you have connected the Bluetooth® Calling on a Bluetooth® Phone


device, it is automatically connected
1. Display the phone menu screen and
whenever the system is started.
select “Dial number”.
Pairing From The Device
1. Display the Bluetooth® settings
screen and select “Make system
discoverable”.
• If another Bluetooth® device is
already connected, disconnect that
Bluetooth® device.
• If four Bluetooth® devices have
already been paired, one of the 2. Enter a phone number.
paired devices needs to be 3. Select .
removed.
2. Search for this system from your
Bluetooth® device.

4. Check that the connecting screen is


displayed.

3. Pair the Bluetooth® device using Receiving Calls on a Bluetooth®


your Bluetooth® device. Phone
• Depending on the type of Incoming calls to a Bluetooth® phone will
Bluetooth® device being be displayed on the screen.
connected, it may be necessary to
perform additional steps on the
system.
• 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® 1. Select “Accept” or press the
device’s screen. Respond and switch on the steering wheel.
operate the Bluetooth® device
according to the confirmation To reject an incoming call: Select “Reject”
message. or press the switch on the steering
wheel.
To adjust the volume of a received call:
Turn the power/volume knob.

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Rear View Monitor System


(If equipped)
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.
Vehicles without smart entry and start
system
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 the “ON” position.
Vehicles with smart entry and start
system
The rear view monitor system screen will
be displayed if the shift lever is shifted to
the “R” position while the engine switch The area displayed on the screen may
is in IGNITION ON mode. vary according to vehicle orientation
conditions.
Canceling Rear View Monitor
Camera
System
The camera for the rear view monitor
The rear view monitor system is canceled
system is located as shown in the
when the shift lever is shifted into any
illustration.
position other than the “R” position.
When the shift lever is shifted to the “R”
position and any mode button (such as
“MEDIA”) is pressed
The rear view monitor system is canceled,
and the screen is switched to the mode of
the button that was pressed.

Area Displayed on Screen


The rear view monitor system displays an
image of the view from the bumper of the If dirt or foreign matter (such as water
rear area of the vehicle. droplets, snow, mud, etc.) is adhering to
the camera, it cannot transmit a clear
image. In this case, flush it with a large
quantity of water and wipe the camera
lens clean with a soft and wet cloth.
This is a generalized illustration,
conditions specific to your vehicle can be
found in the User Guide or full Owner's
Manual.
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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Navigation (Toyota Touch 2 with Go)


Navigation And Map Screen
Press the “MAP/NAVI” button to display the map screen. Each time the “MAP/NAVI”
button is pressed, the screen will switch between the map screen and navigation menu
screen.
Navigation Menu Screen

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6

1 Select to search for a destination by 5 Select to search for a destination by


address or geo-coordinates. POI (point of interest).
2 Displays the condition of the 6 Select to display the favourites list.
Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi® connection. When
7 Select to set a destination from
this icon is selected, the paired device list
screen will be displayed. quick access destinations. The 4 favourite
destinations (home, work, and any 2
3 Select to search for a destination favourites) are displayed as quick access
from a list of the last destinations. buttons and start the route guidance
4 Select to search for a destination directly.
from the phone book of the connected
phone.

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Map Screen

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X 2 1
3

X
4
X

5
X

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X
X

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X

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X

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10 9
X

1 Displays information about the 5 Select to zoom in/out the map scale.
destination, such as estimated arrival 6 Select to change the map layout.
time, remaining travel time, distance, and This symbol indicates a current map
traffic prediction information. Each time layout.
this area is selected, the information will
7 Select to mute the voice guidance.
change between the arrival time and
remaining travel time to the destination. 8 Select to open/close the options
2 Displays the distance to the next menu.
turn with the arrow indicating the turn 9 Displays the current vehicle
direction. When the arrow icon is position.
selected, the last navigation 10 Displays the name of the current
announcement will be repeated. street or the next street.
3 Select to open/close the split view. 11 Displays traffic events on the route.
4 Select to display the navigation The remaining length and the remaining
menu screen. delay time are displayed.

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TOUCH-SCREEN MULTIMEDIA

Split View Screen Change Guidance Prompt Volume


The split view can display multiple 1. Press the “SETUP” button.
information such as media sources and 2. Select “General”.
Toyota online apps simultaneously with 3. Select “Volume settings”.
the map. When the information area is
selected, the selected item will be
Points Of Interest
displayed on full-screen. 1. Display the “Map settings” screen.
1. Select on the map screen. 2. Select “POIs on map”.
2. Check that the split view is displayed. 3. Select the desired POI categories.
With media information 1
2
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3
3 4

1 Select to display all categories.


2 Select to hide all icons.
With app and media information
3 Select to select main categories.
1 2 4 Select to select subcategories.

4 5
Registering “HOME”
1. Select “ ” on the navigation menu
screen.
3

1 Select to display the navigation


menu screen.
2 Displays the condition of the
Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi® connection. When
this icon is selected, the paired device list
screen will be displayed.
2. Select “Home”.
3 Displays the information of the
media source. When this area is selected,
the media source is displayed full-screen.
4 Displays the information of the
Toyota online app. When this area is
selected, the app is displayed fullscreen.
5 Select to change the Toyota online
app displayed on the panel.
• Layout of split view can be selected by
the map settings.

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3. Select “Yes” when the confirmation 1 Displays information about the


screen appears. destination, such as estimated arrival
time, remaining travel time, distance, and
traffic prediction information.
2 Guidance route
3 The name of the current street or
the next street (when approaching a
turning point)
4 Current position
5 Displays the distance to the next
turn with the arrow indicating the turn
4. Select the desired method to enter direction. When the arrow icon is
the location. selected, the last navigation
announcement will be repeated.
Current Location 6 Displays traffic events on the route.
1. Select the on the map. The remaining length and the remaining
2. Select . delay time are displayed.
3. Check that current location
information is displayed.
Applications
Toyota Online Settings (Toyota
1 Touch 2 with Go)
1. Press the “SETUP” button.
2
2. Select “Toyota online”.
3
4

1 The information provided


varies, depending whether the road
currently being travelled on is a
motorway or a street.
2 Latitude and Longitude
3. Select the item to be set.
3 Amount of available satellites
and the altitude. 1
X
4 Select to register the current
position in the favourites list.
Route Guidance

1
X
6 2
X 1
4
X

5 1 Select to create a new account


X

or log in with an existing account.

3
X

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Settings Required for Using the


Online Service (Toyota Touch 2
with Go)
Before using the online services
• When using some applications,
internet connection and a portal
account is required.
• When using some applications, Automatic Navigation for
logging on to the Toyota portal site is Commuting
required.
This feature automatically obtains traffic
• When using some applications, a information on the route to the
subscription is required. For details, registered destinations. When you start
refer to Toyota portal site the vehicle during a registered day/ time
(www.my.toyota.eu) first to slot, the system will propose to set that
subscribe. destination automatically.
Creating a portal account 1. Select “OK” to start route guidance.

It is possible to create a portal account on


the system or on the Toyota portal site
(www.my.toyota.eu). It is also possible to
create a portal account with the Toyota
online settings.
Creating a portal account on the system
1. Display the Toyota online menu
screen. • A pop-up message is displayed when
2. Select the desired application. you start the vehicle in registered
3. Select “Yes”. day/ time slot.
• Automatic navigation is available to
the 4 favourite destinations (home,
work, and 2 other favourites) only.
• To use this feature, it is necessary to
register day/time slots for the
destinations.

4. Fill the fields and create a portal


account by following the instructions
on the screen.

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Registering day/time slots 3. Enter the desired day and time


information for the commutes.
To use automatic navigation, it is
necessary to register day/time slots for
the destinations.
1. Select .

• Select “Auto-navigation” to set the


automatic navigation on/off.
• Select “Copy all from...” to copy a
2. Select of the desired destination. defined time slot from one day to all
other days.

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INDEX

Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Calling on a Bluetooth® Phone . . . .14


Automatic Navigation for Connecting a Bluetooth® Phone . . .12
Commuting . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Pairing a Bluetooth® Device . . . . . .13
Settings Required for Using the Online Quick Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Service (Toyota Touch 2 with Go) .23 Receiving Calls on a Bluetooth®
Toyota Online Settings (Toyota Touch Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
2 with Go) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Audio System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Controls Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
AM/FM/DAB (If Equipped) Radio . . . .6
Audio Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Navigation (Toyota Touch 2 with Go) . .19
Bluetooth® Audio . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Change Guidance Prompt Volume . .21
iPod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Map Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Selecting an Audio Source . . . . . . . .6
USB Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Navigation And Map Screen . . . . . .19
Navigation Menu Screen . . . . . . . .19
Bluetooth® Hands-Free System (Toyota Points Of Interest . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Touch 2 with Go) (With Navigation) .15 Registering “HOME” . . . . . . . . . . .21
Calling on a Bluetooth® Phone . . . .17 Route Guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Connecting a Bluetooth® Phone . . .15 Split View Screen . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Pairing a Bluetooth® Device . . . . . .16 Current Location . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Quick Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Receiving Calls on a Bluetooth® Rear View Monitor System
Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 (If equipped) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Bluetooth® Hands-Free System (Toyota
Touch 2) (Without Navigation) . . . .12 Touch-Screen Gestures . . . . . . . . . . .2

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