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Toyota Camry Hybrid, Entertainment System, Hybrid Cars, Sedan
Jan 23, 2009 (10:07 am)
Sorry, I've never had a problem with the OEM bluetooth on any of my 3 priuses, or my wife's 2 hybrid camrys. Motorola phones of all types, blackberry pearls, curves. TMobile and Verizon.
I'm just talking about pairing, connecting, and call quality. No problems.
I have never tried to import my contacts, though. I've just entered the 5 or 6 that I call the most. for others, I just dial from the phone's contact list.
#112 of 130 Re: Weigh In: Who has a phone to recommend for Toyota Camry [Christine111]
Jan 23, 2009 (12:57 pm)
Could you share the brand name of
"My local shop could have provided SUPPORTED bluetooth with display, gps, and on-star-esque service for half the price I paid for factory installed bluetooth."
I would like to pursue that.
Mar 26, 2009 (5:40 am)
In no way to I condone talking on a cell phone while drive but there are times when you need to such as you need a private conversation when others are in vechicle. Does anyone know how to convert "tranfer call" butt to work while driving?
#114 of 130 Issues with registering phone(s)
Mar 30, 2009 (5:30 pm)
I have a ATT Vu by LG and a Propel by Samsung, neither phone will register
#115 of 130 Re: Blue Tooth Blues.... [amaresh]
Jun 13, 2009 (8:45 pm)
My apologies to Dwight for using his thread to post my problem, but they are related:
I recently bought an '07 TCH and am trying to get my Samsung phone (with ATT) to work with hands free bluetooth.
When I turn on bluetooth it directs me through the "pairing process"
I say and confirm a name.
Then it shows a passkey number and says it is searching for passkey.
And this is the farthest I get.
* I have tried to dial the passkey #
*I have tried to dial a number in hopes it would pair with my phone.
*I have tried to ask for "help" through this phase, with no success.
Since it is a used car, I wonder is bluetooth trying to find the previous owner's phone?
I would love to initialize and start from scratch, but I cannot find a way to get around the "pairing" exercise.
In connecting this phone to other bluetooth devices, my phone has usually phond such devices with no problem. But it doesn't seem to find this system.
I sure hope I am doing something idiotic and can be steered into the right direction.
Please help this frustrated new owner.
#116 of 130 phone disconnects seconds after call starts
Aug 25, 2009 (4:57 pm)
I have a 2008 TCH to which I have paired a Blackberry 8800. Worked flawlessly until I recently added an LG TE365. Bluetooth is now cutting calls shortly after they begin (whether I initiate or I receive). I deleted the LG profile, but the problem persists. I've also adjusted the volume down but that hasn't solved the disconnect.
#117 of 130 Cannot link phone with camry
Sep 24, 2009 (12:04 pm)
I have a 2009 camry(no navigation system) and an LG brand cel phone, serviced by AT&T, model # CU920. I have been to 2 Toyota dealerships to set up the blue tooth.
The "linking' does not hold!! I need help!
#118 of 130 Bluetooth Call Waiting
Oct 12, 2009 (10:01 am)
Plz help! I have an 09 Hybrid - everything is great with the car except the call waiting on the bluetooth. When I am talking to someone and a call comes in, both calls are dropped. I cannot find the settings to make sure call waiting is on. My phone works great away from the car.It is only this one thing that doesn't work right. Am I missing something really easy to fix? If so, how do I do it?
#119 of 130 bluetooth compatability
Nov 17, 2009 (9:26 pm)
Does anybody know if Toyota updates their compatable phones for the camry hybrid with no nav. I have the Samsung highlight
#120 of 130 Re: Issues with registering phone(s) [genetox]
Feb 07, 2010 (7:01 am)
Toyota has a web site that will show all the phones that are supported by there bluetooth. Off hand I can not remember it, but your dealer can tell you. After i bought me Samsung Highlight I found out that it not supported. You would think all bluetooth phones would be supported. That web site will also tell you if your phone will do a single or a complete phonebook transfer.