Last post on Dec 28, 2011 at 1:41 AM
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Toyota Camry Hybrid, Entertainment System, Hybrid Cars, Sedan
#124 of 130 Re: How to set up two phones via bluetooth? [agitatedant]
Jun 28, 2010 (8:07 am)
Does any one have an answer for the below question? I have a 09 Toyota Camry Hybrid and have a problem paring multiple cells. My primary cell is paired and now I want to pair a secondary cell. Instructions say 09 TCH can pair 6 cells. However, NAV does not allow me to pair a secondary cell or I am doing something wrong preventing me from pairing multiple cells. Can anybody help?
#125 of 130 Re: How to set up two phones via bluetooth? [jose2010]
Aug 14, 2010 (9:43 pm)
I have a 2009 Camry Hybrid, and paired two iPhones in just a couple of minutes.
Select Info on the Nav system.
Select Delete (in case you have a phone registered already; I also noticed it's good to start with a clean slate, as it were!).
Select the phone(s) to be deleted. Say OK.
Select Yes for "Delete the registration of this telephone".
Go back to previous Bluetooth Settings menu.
Set your first phone - follow the prompt on name, passkey, etc., and pair your phone by entering the passkey for Bluetooth.
Follow procedure for second phone. When you do this, it will ask if you want to Disconnect the other telephone already connected. Select Yes. Follow prompts for pairing second phone. At any time, only one phone can be used; if both are present at once, you have to select (by default it selects the one that had been connected).
Hope this helps.
#126 of 130 Phantom Phone
Oct 20, 2010 (4:19 pm)
I have a 2010 Camry Hybrid and a Blackberry 9650. All worked well until last night. I was leaving a message on one call I was on and trying a call coming in. When I get into my car I get the connection made message. When I go to speed dial it takes me to a call saying talking a showing time of call. I can clear by transferring call. When I go into speed dial is shows it is calling the number but no ringing or connection. When I deleted the phone a re register it, it says another phone is connected but there not any other phone. Any way to fix this problem.
#127 of 130 Re: JBL Bluetooth listener cannot understand me [markchurch]
Mar 25, 2011 (3:51 am)
I have a 2010 TCH and have the same problem, with listeners hearing garbled sound quality on their end. Sound quality in car is fine. I have adjusted the gain, but only achieved a small improvement. Dealer service has been useless on this issue.
#128 of 130 Re: Phantom Phone [bancbobo]
Oct 01, 2011 (7:44 am)
Having the exact same problem. Deleted the phone from the Bluetooth registry and then reinstalled and still happening. No other phones registered. Anyone got any ideas?
#129 of 130 Re: How to set up two phones via bluetooth? [bugswamy]
Nov 10, 2011 (11:26 am)
Thank you so much. I have the same year of Camry. I recently upgraded to a Droid X2 and had forgotten how I conneced my old phone to my car bluetooth. On top of that the owner's manual didn't match my car set up so I didn't know how to delete the old phone either. While waiting for the dealership to research I found your information. I am keeping this for future reference.
#130 of 130 Bluetooth Connection Failure
Dec 28, 2011 (1:41 am)
I have a 2009 Hybrid and have not changed my phone but suddenly I'm getting failure to connect messages. I've checked the car setup and it is set to auto connect. I've checked the phone and it's set to Bluetooth on. Any suggestions?