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1 QUICK GUIDE 13
2 AUDIO SYSTEM 25
3 Bluetooth
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HANDS-FREE SYSTEM 129
4 SETUP 167
5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM 201
6 APPLICATION 269
INDEX 299
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 QUICK GUIDE 13 2 AUDIO SYSTEM 25 3 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM 129 4 SETUP 167 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM 201 6 APPLICATION 269 INDEX 299 1 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    Introduction ■EXISTENCE OF NAVIGATION CAPABILITIES Existence of navigation capabilities can be confirmed by performing the following: INFORMATION ● This illustration is for left-hand drive vehicles. ● The button positions and shapes differ for right-hand drive vehicles. ● The display and button positions differ depending on the type of the system. 2 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    XVehicles without a smart entry & start system 1 When the engine switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position, the initial screen will be displayed and the system will begin operating. XVehicles with a smart entry & start system 1 When the engine switch is turned to ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode, the initial screen will be displayed and the system will begin operating. 2 Press the “MAP/NAV” button. z Either of the following screens will be displayed. XMultimedia system XNavigation system SYMBOLS USED IN ILLUSTRATIONS Safety symbol The symbol of a circle with a slash through it means “Do not”, “Do not do this”, or “Do not let this happen”. Arrows indicating operations Indicates the action (pushing, turning, etc.) used to operate switches and other devices. Indicates the outcome of an operation (e.g. a lid opens). 3 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL No. Name Description Operational Outlines An outline of the operation is explained. Main Operations The steps of an operation are explained. Related Operations A main operation’s supplementary operations are described. Information Useful information for the user is described. NAVIGATION SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL This manual explains the operation of the navigation/multimedia System. Please read this manual carefully to ensure proper use. Keep this manual in your vehicle at all times. The screen shots in this document and the actual screens of the navigation system differ depending on whether the functions and/or a contract existed and the map data was available at the time of producing this document. Please be aware that the content of this manual may be different from the navigation/multimedia system in some cases, such as when the system’s software is updated. 4 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    NAVIGATION SYSTEM The Navigation System is one of the most technologically advanced vehicle accessories ever developed. The system receives satellite signals from the Global Positioning System (GPS) operated by the U.S. Department of Defense. Using these signals and other vehicle sensors, the system indicates your present position and assists in locating a desired destination. The navigation system is designed to select efficient routes from your present starting location to your destination. The system is also designed to direct you to a destination that is unfamiliar to you in an efficient manner. The system is developed by “Harman International” using “NAVTEQ” maps. The calculated routes may not be the shortest nor the least traffic congested. Your own personal local knowledge or “short cut” may at times be faster than the calculated routes. The navigation system’s database includes Point of Interest categories to allow you to easily select destinations such as restaurant ...
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    IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THIS MANUAL For safety reasons, this manual indicates items requiring particular attention with the following marks. CAUTION ● This is a warning against anything which may cause injury to people if the warning is ignored. You are informed about what you must or must not do in order to reduce the risk of injury to yourself and others. NOTICE ● This is a warning against anything which may cause damage to the vehicle or its equipment if the warning is ignored. You are informed about what you must or must not do in order to avoid or reduce the risk of damage to your vehicle and its equipment. 6 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    SAFETY INSTRUCTION (MULTIMEDIA SYSTEM) To use this system in the safest possible manner, follow all the safety tips shown below. Do not use any feature of this system to the extent it becomes a distraction and prevents safe driving. The first priority while driving should always be the safe operation of the vehicle. While driving, be sure to observe all traffic regulations. Prior to the actual use of this system, learn how to use it and become thoroughly familiar with it. Read the entire Navigation System Owner’s Manual to make sure you understand the system. Do not allow other people to use this system until they have read and understood the instructions in this manual. For your safety, some functions may become inoperable when driving. Unavailable screen buttons are dimmed. CAUTION ● Exercise extreme caution if operating the multimedia system while driving. Insufficient attention to the road, traffic or weather conditions may cause an accident. SAFETY INSTR ...
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    CAUTION ● Exercise extreme caution if operating the navigation system while driving. Insufficient attention to the road, traffic or weather conditions may cause an accident. ● While driving, be sure to obey the traffic regulations and maintain awareness of the road conditions. If a traffic sign on the road has been changed, route guidance may not have the updated information such as the direction of a one way street. This system cannot warn about such things as the safety of an area, condition of streets, and availability of emergency services. If unsure about the safety of an area, do not drive into it. Under no circumstances is this system a substitute for the driver’s personal judgement. Use this system only in locations where it is legal to do so. While driving, listen to the voice instructions as much as possible and glance at the screen briefly and only when it is safe. However, do not totally rely on voice guidance. Use it just for reference. If the syste ...
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 QUICK GUIDE 6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION.................. 78 REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM FEATURES ......................... 78 1. QUICK GUIDE ................................. 14 SYSTEM FUNCTION INDEX ................ 14 PLAYING A Blu-ray Disc™ (BD) AND DVD DISCS......................................... 96 2. CONTROLS AND FEATURES........ 16 PLAYING AN AUDIO CD AND MP3/WMA DISCS ............................. 114 BUTTONS OVERVIEW ......................... 16 TOUCH SCREEN GESTURES............. 18 PLAYING AN SD CARD ...................... 119 TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION ........... 19 2 USING THE VIDEO MODE ................. 125 AUDIO SYSTEM 3 1. BASIC OPERATION........................ 28 QUICK REFERENCE............................ 28 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM SOME BASICS...................................... 30 1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION ............................... 130 2. RA ...
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    4 SETUP 5. MY DESTINATIONS...................... 247 REGISTERING AN ENTRY ................ 247 DISPLAYING AND EDITING THE ENTRY INFORMATION ................... 253 1. SETUP OPERATION .................... 168 QUICK REFERENCE .......................... 168 DISPLAY SETTINGS........................... 173 SENDING AND RESTORING STORED CONTACTS USING A USB MEMORY ................................. 256 Bluetooth® SETTINGS......................... 176 6. NAVIGATION SETTING................ 258 GENERAL SETTINGS......................... 170 CONNECTIVITY SETTINGS ............... 184 MAP SETTINGS.................................. 258 TELEPHONE SETTINGS .................... 197 NAVIGATION SYSTEM TRAFFIC MESSAGE SETTINGS ....... 262 7. NAVIGATION SYSTEM INFORMATION............................ 265 LIMITATIONS OF THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM .................... 265 1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION ............................... 202 NAVIGATION SYSTE ...
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS INDEX INDEX..............................................300 12 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1 1 QUICK GUIDE 2 1 QUICK GUIDE 1. SYSTEM FUNCTION INDEX......... 14 2 CONTROLS AND FEATURES 3 4 1. BUTTONS OVERVIEW ................. 16 2. TOUCH SCREEN GESTURES ................................. 18 3. TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION................................ 19 ENTERING SCREEN OPERATION....................................... 20 LIST SCREEN OPERATION................. 21 13 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.01.09 17:31 5 6 ...
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    1. QUICK GUIDE 1. SYSTEM FUNCTION INDEX AUDIO SYSTEM VEHICLE INFORMATION To access the audio system, press the “MEDIA” button. The audio control screen will be displayed. Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM To access the Bluetooth® hands-free system, press the button. Each time To access the vehicle information system, press the “CAR” button. The fuel consumption screen will be displayed. (→“Owner’s Manual”) SETUP To customize the function settings, press the “SETUP” button. the button is pressed, the screen will change between the “Phone” menu screen and the “Extras”/“Toyota online” menu screen. The driver can make or receive phone calls without taking their hands off the steering wheel. (→P.129) 14 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. QUICK GUIDE REAR VIEW MONITOR SYSTEM* TOYOTA PARKING ASSIST MONITOR* The parking assist monitor assists the driver by displaying an image of the view behind the vehicle while backing up, for example while parking. (→“Owner’s Manual”) To access the navigation system, press the “MAP/NAV” button. Each time the “MAP/NAV” button is pressed, the screen will change between the map screen and “Navigation” menu screen. (→P.201) APPLICATION SYSTEM To access the application system, press the button. Each time the button is pressed, the screen will change between the “Phone” menu screen and the “Extras”/“Toyota online” menu screen. The driver can use applications. (→P.269) *: If equipped 15 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 1 QUICK GUIDE Shifting into the “R” position will automatically show the view behind the rear of the vehicle on the display screen. (→“Owner’s Manual”) NAVIGATION SYSTEM* ...
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    2. CONTROLS AND FEATURES 1. BUTTONS OVERVIEW No. Function Page Press the power/volume knob to turn navigation/multimedia system on and off, and turn it to adjust the volume. 30 Press to eject a disc. 32 By touching the screen with your finger, you can control the selected functions. 18 Insert a disc into this slot. The CD player turns on immediately. 31 Press to customise the function settings. 167 Turn the tune/scroll knob to select a radio station or skip to the next or previous track. This knob can also be used to magnify or reduce the map scale. (Navigation system only) 38, 214 16 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONTROLS AND FEATURES No. Function Page 129, 269 Press to access the audio system. The audio system turns on in the last mode used. 28, 30, 31 Press the “ ” or “ ” button to seek up or down for a radio station, or to access a desired track or file. 33, 41, 47, 52, 60 Press to access the navigation system. (Navigation system only) Press to access the vehicle information system. 1 QUICK GUIDE Press to access the Bluetooth® hands-free system and applications. 201 “Owner’s Manual” INFORMATION ● This illustration is for left-hand drive vehicles. ● The button positions and shapes differ for right-hand drive vehicles. 17 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONTROLS AND FEATURES 2. TOUCH SCREEN GESTURES Operations are performed by touching the touch screen directly with your finger. Operation method Outline Main use Touch Quickly touch and release once. Changing and selecting various settings. Drag* Touch the screen with your finger, and move the screen to the desired position. • Scrolling the lists • Using scroll bar in lists • Adjusting the zoom bar of the map (→214) • Manually adjusting tune scales for FM and AM (→P.36) • Adjusting the displayed screen’s position sliders (→P.173) • Adjusting balance/fader (→P.199) • Moving position of elements in the stopover/destination list (→P.239, 240) Flick* Quickly move the screen by flicking with your finger. • Scrolling the main screen page • Returning to the menu screen from the sub-menu screen (screen one level below) • Going to the next/previous picture (→P.273) • Going to the next/previous traffic message in the details view (→P.221) ...
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    2. CONTROLS AND FEATURES 3. TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION This system is operated mainly by the screen buttons. NOTICE ● To prevent damaging the screen, lightly touch the screen buttons with your finger. ● Do not use objects other than your finger to touch the screen. ● Wipe off fingerprints using a glass cleaning cloth. Do not use chemical cleaners to clean the screen, as they may damage the touch screen. ● To prevent the battery from being discharged, do not leave the system on longer than necessary when the engine is not running. ● Select screen. to return to the previous 19 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 1 QUICK GUIDE When a screen button is touched, a beep sounds. (To set a beep sound, →P.170) INFORMATION ● If the system does not respond to a touch on a screen button, move your finger away from the screen and then touch it again. ● Dimmed screen buttons cannot be operated. ● The displayed image may become darker and movi ...
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    2. CONTROLS AND FEATURES ENTERING SCREEN OPERATION When searching for a name, letters and numbers, etc. can be entered via the screen. ENTERING LETTERS AND NUMBERS 1 Select the keys directly to enter letters or numbers. No. Function INFORMATION ● When a character is entered, a hint will appear displaying a possible match for the word to be searched. ● Currently unavailable screen buttons will be dimmed. ● When an entry is too long to be displayed in the enter field, the last section of the enter text will be displayed with the initial section displayed as “...”. ● In the following situations, the enter mode will automatically change between upper and lower case. • When the keyboard layout is changed to upper case input, the layout will automatically change back to lower case input after one letter has been entered. • When “/”, “&”, “.” or “(” is entered, the keyboard layout will automatically be changed to upper case input. • When all char ...
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    2. CONTROLS AND FEATURES ENTERING FROM THE LIST OF MATCHING ENTRIES 1 1 When a list is displayed, use the appropriate screen button to scroll through the list. Enter letters. z If a candidate entry text displayed in the enter field is what is desired, select “OK” or the candidate entry text. z Select to display the candidate entry text list. The number of matching items is shown. Up to 300 items are displayed. z The list will be displayed automatically, if the number of matching entries is 5 or less. 2 Select the desired item. No. Function Select to shift to the next or previous page. This indicates screen’s position. the displayed z By selecting and holding or , the screen can be scrolled up or down. Scrolling will automatically stop when the top/ bottom of the list is reached. z Changing pages can also be changed the following ways: • Selecting the desired point on the scroll bar. • Dragging the scroll bar marking to the ...
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    2. CONTROLS AND FEATURES ■AUTOMATIC TEXT SCROLLING Entries that are too long to fit in the current field are scrolled automatically from right to left. This function is not available while driving. INFORMATION ● This function can be changed to on or off. (→P.170) CHARACTER SHORTCUT BUTTONS IN LISTS Some lists contain character shortcut buttons, “A-C”, “D-F” etc., which allow a direct jump to list entries that begin with the same letter as the character shortcut button. 1 Select one of the character shortcut buttons. INFORMATION ● Every time the same character shortcut button is selected, the list starting with the subsequent character is displayed. 22 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONTROLS AND FEATURES USING STEERING SWITCHES 1 On list screens, can be operated with the switches on the steering wheel. QUICK GUIDE No. Function Press: Cursor up/down Press and hold: Page up/down 23 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONTROLS AND FEATURES 24 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2 1 AUDIO SYSTEM 2 1 BASIC OPERATION 1. QUICK REFERENCE .................... 28 3 2. SOME BASICS .............................. 30 TURNING THE AUDIO SYSTEM ON OR OFF ........................................ 30 4 SELECTING AN AUDIO SOURCE ....... 31 INSERTING OR EJECTING A DISC ................................................... 31 5 USB/AUX PORT.................................... 32 2 6 RADIO OPERATION 1. AM/FM/DAB RADIO ...................... 33 OVERVIEW ........................................... 33 PRESETTING A STATION ................... 36 MANUAL TUNING................................. 36 RDS (RADIO DATA SYSTEM).............. 37 TIME SHIFT OPERATION (DAB) ......... 38 RADIO OPTIONS.................................. 39 Some of the functions cannot be operated while driving. 25 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.01.09 17:31 ...
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    3 MEDIA OPERATION 1. CD .................................................. 41 4 1. STEERING SWITCHES ................ 67 OVERVIEW ........................................... 41 PLAYING AN AUDIO CD ...................... 44 PLAYING AN MP3/WMA/AAC DISC ................................................... 44 AUDIO CD OR MP3/WMA/AAC DISC OPTIONS .................................. 45 2. USB MEMORY............................... 47 AUDIO REMOTE CONTROLS 5 TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM 1. OPERATING INFORMATION ....... 69 RADIO RECEPTION ............................. 69 iPod........................................................ 71 OVERVIEW ........................................... 47 CARING FOR YOUR CD PLAYER AND DISCS......................................... 72 PLAYING A USB MEMORY.................. 51 FILE INFORMATION ............................. 74 USB MEMORY OPTIONS..................... 51 CD-R AND CD-RW DISCS.............. ...
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    1 2 6 REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION 1. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM FEATURES ................. 78 DISPLAY................................................ 80 DISC SLOT ............................................ 81 SD CARD SLOT .................................... 82 REMOTE CONTROLLER ...................... 83 HEADPHONE JACKS............................ 88 OPERATING FROM THE FRONT SEATS ................................... 89 DISCS THAT CAN BE USED ................ 90 3. PLAYING AN AUDIO CD AND MP3/WMA DISCS............. 114 REMOTE CONTROLLER ................... 114 TURNING ON THE AUDIO CD AND MP3/WMA MODE .................... 115 FAST FORWARDING OR REWINDING A TRACK/FILE............ 115 SELECTING A FOLDER ..................... 115 RANDOM PLAYBACK ........................ 115 MP3 AND WMA FILES........................ 116 4. PLAYING AN SD CARD.............. 119 REMOTE CONTROLLER ................... 119 2. PLAYING A Blu-ray Disc™ (BD) ...
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    1. BASIC OPERATION 1. QUICK REFERENCE To access the audio system, press the “MEDIA” button. The audio system turns on in the last mode used. 28 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC OPERATION Function Page 33 Playing an audio CD or MP3/WMA/AAC disc 41 Playing a USB memory 47 Playing an iPod 52 Using the AUX port 57 Playing the VTR 2 AUDIO SYSTEM Using the radio 57 ® Playing a Bluetooth device 60 Using the steering wheel audio switches 67 Audio settings 198 Using the rear seat entertainment system* 78 INFORMATION ● This illustration is for left-hand drive vehicles. ● The button positions and shapes differ for right-hand drive vehicles. *: If equipped 29 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC OPERATION 2. SOME BASICS This section describes some of the basic features of the audio system. Some information may not pertain to your system. TURNING THE AUDIO SYSTEM ON OR OFF XVehicles with a smart entry & start system Your audio system works when the engine switch is turned to ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode. XVehicles without a smart entry & start system Your audio system works when the engine switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position. CAUTION CAUTION: THIS PRODUCT IS A CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR BY YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL. The power/volume knob: Press this knob to turn the audio system on and off. Turn this knob to adjust the volume. The system turns on in the last mode used. “MEDIA” button: Press this button to display screen ...
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    1. BASIC OPERATION SELECTING AN AUDIO SOURCE 1 INSERTING OR EJECTING A DISC Press the “MEDIA” button. INSERTING A DISC 1 2 Insert a disc with the label side up. AUDIO SYSTEM z The audio system turns on in the last mode used. 2 Select or press the “MEDIA” button to display the audio source selection screen. z When a disc is correctly inserted into the slot, the CD player will automatically start playing from the first track or the first track of the first folder on a disc. INFORMATION ● If the label is facing down, “Disc error occurred” will appear on the screen. NOTICE 3 Select a desired audio source. ● Never try to disassemble or oil any part of the CD player. Do not insert anything other than a disc into the slot. INFORMATION ● You cannot select dimmed screen buttons. 31 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC OPERATION EJECTING A DISC 1 Press the button. z The disc will be ejected. USB/AUX PORT 1 Open the cover and connect a device. z If a device is inserted, it starts playing automatically. As soon as it is ready to play, the audio control screen is shown automatically. z If a USB hub is plugged-in, two devices can be connected at a time. z Even if a USB hub is used to connect more than two USB devices, only the first two connected devices will be recognized. 32 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. RADIO OPERATION 1. AM/FM/DAB* RADIO OVERVIEW The radio control screen can be reached by the following method: Press the “MEDIA” button to display the audio source selection screen, then select “AM”, “FM” or “DAB*” to display the radio control screen. AUDIO SYSTEM ■CONTROL PANEL 2 *: If equipped 33 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. RADIO OPERATION ■CONTROL SCREEN 34 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. RADIO OPERATION No. Function Select to set the sound settings. (→P.198) The tune/scroll knob: • Preset tuning screen: Turn to select a preset station/ensembles. • Station list screen: Turn to move up/down the station list. • Manual tuning screen: Turn to step up/down frequencies or change services. • “DAB time shift” screen: Turn to jump forward/backwards. 2 • Preset tuning screen: Press to move up/down the preset stations. • Station list screen: Press to move up/down the station list. • Manual tuning screen: Press and hold to seek up/down available stations while being pressed. The power/volume knob: • Turn to adjust volume. • Press to turn the audio system on/off. Select to tune to preset stations/ensembles. Select to display the radio options screen. Select to display the manual tuning screen. Select to display the station list. Select to display the preset stations. Select to display the audio source selection screen. INFORMATION ● The radio a ...
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    2. RADIO OPERATION PRESETTING A STATION 1 2 3 2 Tune the desired station. Select “Favourites”. Tune in the desired station. Select one of the station selector buttons (1-6) and hold it until a beep is heard. No. Function • Select to move up/down a station. • Select and hold the button for the non-stop seek up/down function. When your finger is released from the button, the search function will stop at the next receivable station. z The station’s frequency (AM/FM) or name (FM) will be displayed in the screen button. z To change the preset station to a different one, follow the same procedure. MANUAL TUNING XAM/FM 1 Select “Manual”. • Select to step up/down frequencies. • Select and hold the button for the non-stop seek up/down function. When your finger is released from the button, the search function will stop at the current frequency. It is possible to drag and drop the marker by sliding your finger on the screen (in the area wh ...
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    2. RADIO OPERATION XDAB* 1 RDS (RADIO DATA SYSTEM) Select “Manual”. Depending on the availability of RDS infrastructure, the service may not function. 2 Tune the desired ensemble or service. A better reception frequency of the same broadcasting program will be automatically tuned if the reception of the current frequency degrades. REGIONAL CODE CHANGE No. Function • Select to seek up/down available ensembles. • Select and hold the button for the non-stop seek up/down function. When your finger is released from the button, the search function will stop at the next receivable station. OFF mode: For switching over to a broadcasting station within the same RDS network; convenient for following the appropriate stations in a wide region. ON mode: For switching over to a broadcasting station within the same local program network. Select to set available service. Select and hold to set the available services every one second. *: If equippe ...
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    2. RADIO OPERATION TA (TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENT) FUNCTION The tuner will automatically seek a station that regularly broadcasts traffic information and the station broadcasts when the traffic information program starts. 1 A pop-up message is displayed on the screen when the radio seeks out a TP station. 2 Select “Continue”. TIME SHIFT OPERATION (DAB*) The service you are currently listening to can be re-listened to at any time. 1 Select . INFORMATION ● When TA is set to on (→P.39), the radio will begin seeking a TP station. ● When the program ends, the initial operation resumes. ■TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENT VOLUME XUsing the touch screen 2 Select or to jump forward/backward by 10 seconds. Select and hold fast forward/rewind. or to The volume level of a received traffic information sound is stored in the memory. *: If equipped 38 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. RADIO OPERATION XUsing the tune/scroll knob 2 RADIO OPTIONS Turn the tune/scroll knob. FM RADIO OPTIONS 1 Display the FM radio control screen. (→P.33) 2 2 3 Select AUDIO SYSTEM . Select the button to be set. z The time can be set in intervals of 10 seconds. INFORMATION ● The times at which playback is possible depend on the bit rate of the DAB station to be recorded, the amount of DAB unit memory, and the time at which reception of the broadcast began. No. Function Select to select “By broadcaster” or “Alphabetical” for the listing order of the station list. The tuner will automatically seek a station that regularly broadcasts traffic information and the station broadcasts when the traffic information program starts. Select to set automatic selection of a station providing good reception if current reception worsens on/off. Select to switch to a broadcasting station within the same local program network. Select t ...
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    2. RADIO OPERATION No. INFORMATION ● The current setting of each item is displayed on its right. DAB OPTIONS* 1 Display the “DAB” screen. (→P.33) 2 Select 3 Select the button to be set. . Function Select to update the DAB station list. Select to set the L-band in the tuning range on/off. When set to off, the physical channel range for tuning operations is limited to Band III, excluding preset operations. When selected to on, the physical channel range for tuning operations includes Band III and the L-band. Select to set automatic seeking of a station that regularly broadcasts traffic information on/off. When set to on and traffic information is received, a pop-up window will come up. Select to set automatic selection of a station providing good reception if current reception worsens on/off. Select to set the DAB text feature on/off. *: If equipped 40 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION 1. CD OVERVIEW The CD operation screen can be reached by the following methods: XInserting a disc (→P.31) XPress the “MEDIA” button to display the audio source selection screen, then select “CD” to display the CD control screen. 2 AUDIO SYSTEM ■CONTROL PANEL 41 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION ■CONTROL SCREEN XAudio CD XMP3/WMA/AAC disc 42 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION No. Function Select to set the sound settings. (→P.198) The tune/scroll knob: • Turn to select a track. • Turn to move up/down the list. 2 AUDIO SYSTEM Press to display the media mode selection screen. • Press to select a track. • Press and hold to fast forward/rewind. The power/volume knob: • Press to turn the audio system on/off. • Press and hold to restart the audio system. Press to eject a disc. Shows progress Select to display audio CD, MP3/WMA/AAC disc options screen. • Audio CD: Select to display a track list. • MP3/WMA/AAC disc: Select to display a folder list. Select to set random playback. Select to set repeat playback. Select to display the media source selection screen. Select to play/pause. INFORMATION ● If a disc contains CD-DA files and MP3/WMA/AAC files, only the CD-DA files can be played back. ● If a CD-TEXT disc is inserted, the title of the disc and track will be displayed. ● If the disc contains no CD-TEXT ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION PLAYING AN AUDIO CD PLAYING AN MP3/WMA/AAC DISC REPEATING The track currently being listened to can be repeated. 1 Select . REPEATING The track or folder currently being listened to can be repeated. 1 z Each time is selected, the mode changes as follows: • track repeat → off Select . z Each time is selected, the mode changes as follows: • track repeat → folder repeat → off RANDOM ORDER Tracks can be automatically and randomly selected. 1 Select . z Each time is selected, the mode changes as follows: • random → off 44 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION RANDOM ORDER Tracks can be automatically and randomly selected. 1 Select AUDIO CD OR MP3/WMA/AAC DISC OPTIONS 1 . Display the (→P.41) CD control screen. 2 2 Select 3 Select the button to be set. . AUDIO SYSTEM z Each time is selected, the mode changes as follows: • random → off 45 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION No. Function Page • Audio CD: Select to display a track list. • MP3/WMA/AAC disc: Select to display a folder list.  Select to resume playback of tracks from the beginning of the track list when the playback of the last track on the list is finished.  Select to set random playback track. 44, 45 Select to set repeat playback track. 44 *1 Select to set repeat playback folder. 44 *1,2 Select to set random and repeat playback folder. 44, 45 *1: MP3/WMA/AAC disc only *2: Navigation system only 46 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION 2. USB MEMORY OVERVIEW The USB memory operation screen can be reached by the following methods: XConnecting a USB memory (→P.32) XPress the “MEDIA” button to display the audio source selection screen, then select “USB” to display the USB memory control screen. 2 AUDIO SYSTEM ■CONTROL PANEL 47 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION ■CONTROL SCREEN 48 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION No. Function Select to set the sound settings. (→P.198) The tune/scroll knob: • Turn to select a track. • Turn to move up/down the list. 2 AUDIO SYSTEM Press to display the media mode selection screen. • Press to select a track. • Press and hold to fast forward/rewind. The power/volume knob: • Turn to adjust volume. • Press to turn the audio system on/off. Shows progress Select to display the USB options screen. Select to display the browse option selection screen and then select the desired item. Select to set random playback. Select to set repeat playback. Select to display the media source selection screen. • Displays cover art • Select to display a track list. Select to switch between “USB1” and “USB2” when 2 USB memory devices are connected. Select to play/pause. 49 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION CAUTION ● Do not operate the player’s controls or connect the USB memory while driving. NOTICE ● Do not leave a portable player in the vehicle. In particular, high temperatures inside the vehicle may damage the portable player. ● Do not push down on or apply unnecessary pressure to the portable player while it is connected as this may damage the portable player or its connector. ● Do not insert foreign objects into the port as this may damage the portable player or its connector. INFORMATION ● Navigation system only: This system supports MTP devices. 50 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION PLAYING A USB MEMORY REPEATING The track currently being listened to can be repeated. Select . 1 Display the USB memory control screen. (→P.47) 2 Select 3 Select the button to be set. No. z Each time is selected, the mode changes as follows: • track repeat → off RANDOM ORDER Tracks can be automatically and randomly selected. 1 Select . 2 . AUDIO SYSTEM 1 USB MEMORY OPTIONS Function Page Select to display a track list.  Select to display the browse options selection screen and then select the desired item.  Select to resume playback of tracks from the beginning of the track list when the playback of the last track on the list is finished.  Select to set random playback. 51 Select to set repeat playback track. 51 z Each time is selected, the mode changes as follows: • random → off 51 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION 3. iPod OVERVIEW The iPod operation screen can be reached by the following methods: XConnecting an iPod (→P.32) XPress the “MEDIA” button to display the audio source selection screen, then select “iPod” to display the iPod control screen. ■CONTROL PANEL 52 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION ■CONTROL SCREEN 2 AUDIO SYSTEM 53 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION No. Function Select to set the audio sound settings. (→P.198) The tune/scroll knob: • Turn to select a track. • Turn to move up/down the list. Press to display media mode selection screen. • Press to select a track. • Press and hold to fast forward/rewind. The power/volume knob: • Turn to adjust volume. • Press to turn the audio system on/off. Shows progress Select to display the iPod audio options screen. Select to display the browse option selection screen and then select the desired item. Select to set random playback. Select to set repeat playback. Select to display the media source selection screen. • Displays cover art • Select to display a track list. Select to switch between “iPod1” and “iPod2” when 2 iPods are connected. Select to play/pause. 54 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION CAUTION ● Do not operate the player’s controls or connect the iPod while driving. 2 NOTICE INFORMATION ● When an iPod is connected using a genuine iPod cable, the iPod starts charging its battery. ● Depending on the iPod and the songs in the iPod, iPod cover art may be displayed. It may take time to display iPod cover art, and the iPod may not be operated while the cover art display is in process. Only iPod cover art that is saved in JPEG format can be displayed. ● When an iPod is connected and the audio source is changed to iPod mode, the iPod will resume playing from the same point it was last used. ● Depending on the iPod that is connected to the system, certain functions may not be available. 55 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 AUDIO SYSTEM ● Do not leave a portable player in the vehicle. In particular, high temperatures inside the vehicle may damage the portable player. ● Do not push down on or apply unnecessary ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION iPod AUDIO iPod AUDIO OPTIONS REPEATING The track currently being listened to can be repeated. 1 Select . 1 Display the iPod audio control screen. (→P.52) 2 Select 3 Select the button to be set. No. z Each time is selected, the mode changes as follows: • track repeat → off RANDOM ORDER Tracks can be automatically and randomly selected. 1 Select . . Function Page Select to display a track list.  Select to display the browse options selection screen and then select the desired item.  Select to resume playback of tracks from the beginning of the track list when the playback of the last track on the list is finished.  Select to set random playback. 56 Select to set repeat playback track. 56 z Each time is selected, the mode changes as follows: • random → off 56 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION 4. AUX/VTR OVERVIEW The AUX or VTR control screen can be reached by the following methods: XConnecting a device to the AUX port (→P.32) XPress the “MEDIA” button to display the audio source selection screen, then select “AUX” or “A/V” to display the control screen. 2 AUDIO SYSTEM ■CONTROL PANEL 57 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION ■CONTROL SCREEN XAUX XVTR No. Function Select to set the sound settings. (→P.198) Press to display the media mode selection screen. The power/volume knob: • Turn to adjust volume. • Press to turn the audio system on/off. Select to display the media source selection screen. Select to display the VTR options screen. Select to set the video signal format settings. 58 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION CAUTION ● Do not connect portable audio device or operate the controls while driving. 2 NOTICE 59 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 AUDIO SYSTEM ● Do not leave a portable audio device in the vehicle. The temperature inside the vehicle may become high, resulting in damage to the player. ● Do not push down on or apply unnecessary pressure to the portable audio device while it is connected as this may damage the portable audio device or its connector. ● Do not insert foreign objects into the port as this may damage the portable audio device or its connector. ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION 5. Bluetooth® AUDIO The Bluetooth® audio system enables users to enjoy listening to music that is played on a portable player on the vehicle speakers via wireless communication. This audio system supports Bluetooth®, a wireless data system capable of playing portable audio music without cables. If your device does not support Bluetooth®, the Bluetooth® audio system will not function. OVERVIEW The Bluetooth® audio operation screen can be reached by the following methods. Depending on the type of portable player connected, some functions may not be available and/or the screen may look differently than shown in this manual. XConnecting a Bluetooth® audio device (→P.177, 185) XPress the “MEDIA” button to display the audio source selection screen, then select “Bluetooth*” to display the Bluetooth® control screen. *: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc. 60 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION ■CONTROL PANEL 2 AUDIO SYSTEM ■CONTROL SCREEN 61 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION No. Function Select to set the sound settings. (→P.198) The tune/scroll knob: • Turn to select a track. • Turn to move up/down the list. Press to display the media mode selection screen. • Press to select a track. • Press and hold to fast forward/rewind. The power/volume knob: • Turn to adjust volume. • Press to turn the audio system on/off. Shows progress Select to display the Bluetooth® audio options screen. Select to display the browse options selection screen and then select the desired item. Select to set random playback. Select to set repeat playback. Select to display the media source selection screen. Select to play/pause. 62 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION CAUTION NOTICE ● Do not leave a portable player in the vehicle. In particular, high temperatures inside the vehicle may damage the portable player. INFORMATION ● In the following conditions, this system may not function: • The Bluetooth® device is turned off. • The Bluetooth® device is not connected. • The Bluetooth® device has a low battery. ● It may take time to connect the telephone when Bluetooth® audio is being played. ● For operating a portable player, see the instruction manual that came with it. ● If the Bluetooth® device is disconnected due to poor reception from the Bluetooth® network when the engine switch is in the following status, the system will automatically reconnect to the portable player. X Vehicles with a smart entry & start system The engine switch is turned to ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode. X Vehicles without a smart entry & start system The engine switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position. ● If the Bluetooth® devi ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION CONNECTING Bluetooth® AUDIO ® In order to use the Bluetooth audio system, it is necessary to pair a portable player and connect the audio profile (A2DP) with the system. Once you have connected a device with audio profile (A2DP), you can enjoy your music on the vehicle’s audio system. If you have not yet connected a portable player with audio profile (A2DP), you must first connect a portable player with audio profile (A2DP) according to the following procedures. Connect your portable player with audio profile (A2DP) after bringing the vehicle to a complete stop. ■IF NO DEVICE HAS BEEN CONNECTED XMultimedia system (→P.177) XNavigation system (→P.185) ■CONNECTING AN ADDITIONAL DEVICE XMultimedia system (→P.177) XNavigation system (→P.185) ■SELECTING A CONNECTED DEVICE XMultimedia system (→P.182) XNavigation system (→P.192) 64 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION LISTENING TO Bluetooth® AUDIO Bluetooth® AUDIO OPTIONS 1 Display the Bluetooth® control screen. (→P.60) 2 Select 3 Select the button to be set. REPEATING 1 Select . No. z Each time is selected, the mode changes as follows: • track repeat → off RANDOM ORDER Tracks can be automatically and randomly selected. 1 Select AUDIO SYSTEM The track currently being listened to can be repeated. 2 . . Function Page Select to display a track list.  Select to display the browse options selection screen and then select the desired item.  Select to resume playback of tracks from the beginning of the track list when the playback of the last track on the list is finished.  Select to set random playback. 65 Select to set repeat playback track. 65 z Each time is selected, the mode changes as follows: • random → off 65 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 1 ...
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    3. MEDIA OPERATION INFORMATION ● If a portable device supports AVRCP 1.4 and browsing, title list and browse for music will be available. (If the device does not support browsing, these menu entries will be displayed grayed out.) Lower grade devices do not support these features. For these devices, the title list and browse for music will be displayed grayed out. 66 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. AUDIO REMOTE CONTROLS 1. STEERING SWITCHES Some parts of the navigation/multimedia system can be adjusted with the switches on the steering wheel. 2 AUDIO SYSTEM No. Switch Volume control switch “ ” “ ” switch “MODE” switch XVolume control switch Mode All Operation Press Function Volume up/down 67 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.01.09 17:31 ...
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    4. AUDIO REMOTE CONTROLS X“ ” “ ” switch Mode Operation Function Press Preset station up/down (Preset tuning screen) Station list up/down (Station list screen) Seek up/down (Manual tuning screen) Press and hold Seek up/down continuously while the switch is being pressed (Manual screen) DAB Press Preset station up/down (Preset tuning screen) Station list up/down (Station list screen) Service seek up/down (Manual tuning screen) Audio CD, MP3/WMA/AAC disc, USB, iPod, Bluetooth® audio Press Track up/down Press and hold Fast forward/rewind AM/FM Radio XMODE switch Mode Operation Function AM/FM Radio, AUX, VTR Press Change audio modes Press and hold Mute Audio CD, MP3/WMA/AAC disc, USB, iPod, Bluetooth® audio Press Change audio modes Press and hold Pause 68 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.01.09 17:31 ...
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    5. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM 1. OPERATING INFORMATION NOTICE ● To avoid damaging the audio system: • Be careful not to spill beverages over the audio system. • Do not put anything other than appropriate discs into the CD player slot. ● The use of a cellular phone inside or near the vehicle may cause a noise from the speakers of the audio system which you are listening to. However, this does not indicate a malfunction. Usually, a problem with radio reception does not mean there is a problem with your radio  it is just the normal result of conditions outside the vehicle. For example, nearby buildings and terrain can interfere with FM reception. Power lines or telephone wires can interfere with AM signals. And of course, radio signals have a limited range, and the farther you are from a station, the weaker its signal will be. In addition, reception conditions change constantly as your vehicle moves. Here are some common reception problems that proba ...
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    5. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM FM Fading and drifting stations: Generally, the effective range of FM is about 40 km (25 miles). Once outside this range, you may notice fading and drifting, which increase with the distance from the radio transmitter. They are often accompanied by distortion. Multi-path: FM signals are reflective, making it possible for two signals to reach your antenna at the same time. If this happens, the signals will cancel each other out, causing a momentary flutter or loss of reception. Static and fluttering: These occur when signals are blocked by buildings, trees, or other large objects. Increasing the bass level may reduce static and fluttering. Station swapping: If the FM signal you are listening to is interrupted or weakened, and there is another strong station nearby on the FM band, your radio may tune in the second station until the original signal can be picked up again. AM Fading: AM broadcasts are reflected by the upper ...
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    5. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM COMPATIBLE MODELS iPod The following iPod®, iPod nano®, iPod classic®, iPod touch® and iPhone® devices can be used with this system. Made for iPod touch (5th generation) iPod touch (4th generation) iPod touch (3rd generation) iPod touch (2nd generation) iPod touch (1st generation) iPod classic (except 5th generation) iPod nano (7th generation) iPod nano (6th generation) iPod nano (5th generation) iPod nano (4th generation) iPod nano (3rd generation) iPod nano (1st generation) iPhone 5 iPhone 4S iPhone 4 iPhone 3GS iPhone 3G iPhone AUDIO SYSTEM z “Made for iPod”, “Made for iPhone” and “Made for iPad” mean that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod, iPhone, or iPad, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. z Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. P ...
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    5. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM CARING FOR YOUR CD PLAYER AND DISCS z Extremely high temperatures can keep your CD player from working. On hot days, use air conditioning to cool the vehicle interior before you listen to a disc. z Bumpy roads or other vibrations may make your CD player skip. z If moisture gets into your CD player, you may not hear any sound even though your CD player appears to be working. Remove the discs from the CD player and wait until it dries. CAUTION Audio CDs z Use only discs marked as shown above. The following products may not be playable on your CD player. • SACDs • dts CDs • Copy-protected CDs • Video CDs XSpecial shaped discs ● CD player uses an invisible laser beam which could cause hazardous radiation exposure if directed outside the unit. Be sure to operate the CD player correctly. XTransparent/translucent discs 72 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.01.09 17:31 ...
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    5. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM XLow quality discs 2 XLabeled discs Wrong z Handle discs carefully, especially when you are inserting them. Hold them on the edge and do not bend them. Avoid getting fingerprints on them, particularly on the shiny side. z Dirt, scratches, warping, pin holes, or other disc damage could cause the CD player to skip or to repeat a section of a track. (To see a pin hole, hold the disc up to the light.) z Remove discs from the CD player when you are not using them. Store them in their plastic cases away from moisture, heat, and direct sunlight. NOTICE ● Do not use special shaped, transparent/ translucent, low quality or labeled discs such as those shown in the illustrations. The use of such discs may damage the player, or it may be impossible to eject the disc. ● This system is not designed for use of Dual Disc. Do not use Dual Disc because it may cause damage to the player. ● Do not use discs with a protection ...
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    5. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM ■CORRESPONDING FILE INFORMATION ■COMPATIBLE USB DEVICES File type USB communication formats USB 2.0 HS (480 Mbps) and FS (12 Mbps) File formats FAT 16/32 Correspondence class Mass storage class ■COMPATIBLE COMPRESSED FILES Item Compatible file format (audio) USB SAMPLING FREQUENCY DISC MP3/WMA/AAC Frequency (kHz) MP3 files: MPEG 1 LAYER 3 32/44.1/48 MP3 files: MPEG 2 LSF LAYER 3 16/22.05/24 WMA files: Ver. 7, 8, 9 (9.1/9.2) 32/44.1/48 AAC files: MPEG4/AAC-LC 11.025/12/16/ 22.05/24/32/ 44.1/48 ■CORRESPONDING BIT RATES File type Bit rate (kbps) Folders in the device Maximum 3000 Maximum 192 MP3 files: MPEG 1 LAYER 3 32 - 320 Files in the device Maximum 9999 Maximum 255 MP3 files: MPEG 2 LSF LAYER 3 8 - 160 Files per folder Maximum 255  WMA files: Ver. 7, 8 CBR 48 - 192 WMA files: Ver. 9 (9.1/9 ...
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    5. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM z M3u playlists are not compatible with the CD player. z MP3i (MP3 interactive) and MP3PRO formats are not compatible with the audio player. z The player is compatible with VBR (Variable Bit Rate). z When playing back files recorded as VBR (Variable Bit Rate) files, the play time will not be correctly displayed if the fast forward or reverse operations are used. z It is not possible to check folders that do not include MP3/WMA/AAC files. z MP3/WMA/AAC files in folders up to 8 levels deep can be played. However, the start of playback may be delayed when using discs containing numerous levels of folders. For this reason, we recommend creating discs with no more than 2 levels of folders. 001.mp3 002.wma Folder 1 003.mp3 Folder 2 004.mp3 005.wma Folder 3 006.aac z The play order of the compact disc with the structure shown above is as follows: 001.mp3 002.wma . . . 006.aac z The order changes depending on the ...
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    5. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM CD-R AND CD-RW DISCS z CD-R/CD-RW discs that have not been subject to the “finalizing process” (a process that allows discs to be played on a conventional CD player) cannot be played. z It may not be possible to play CD-R/CDRW discs recorded on a music CD recorder or a personal computer because of disc characteristics, scratches or dirt on the disc, or dirt, condensation, etc. on the lens of the unit. z It may not be possible to play discs recorded on a personal computer depending on the application settings and the environment. Record with the correct format. (For details, contact the appropriate application manufacturers of the applications.) z CD-R/CD-RW discs may be damaged by direct exposure to sunlight, high temperatures or other storage conditions. The unit may be unable to play some damaged discs. z If you insert a CD-RW disc into the MP3/ WMA player, playback will begin more slowly than with a conventional CD or CDR ...
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    5. TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO SYSTEM ISO 9660 FORMAT m3u z Playlists created using “WINAMP” software have a playlist file extension (.m3u). z WMA (Windows Media Audio) is an audio compression format developed by Microsoft®. It compresses files into a size smaller than that of MP3 files. The decoding formats for WMA files are Ver. 7, 8, and 9. z This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft Corporation and third parties. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license from Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary and third parties. AAC z AAC is short for Advanced Audio Coding and refers to an audio compression technology standard used with MPEG2 and MPEG4. MP3 z MP3 is an audio compression standard determined by a working group (MPEG) of the ISO (International Standard Organization). MP3 compresses audio data to about 1/10 the size of that on conventional discs. ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION 1. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM FEATURES* The rear seat entertainment system is designed for the rear passengers to enjoy video such as Blu-ray Disc™ (BD) and DVD disc. The video played by the rear seat entertainment system is not displayed on the navigation/multimedia system’s screen. In addition, the video played by the navigation/multimedia system is not displayed on the rear seat entertainment system’s screen. No. Name No. Name Navigation/Multimedia system Headphone volume control dials and headphone jacks Rear seat entertainment system A/V input port Remote controller *: If equipped 78 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION INFORMATION XVehicles with a smart entry & start system ● The rear seat entertainment system can be used when the engine switch is in ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode. XVehicles without a smart entry & start system 2 ● The rear seat entertainment system can be used when the engine switch is in “ACC” or “ON” position. AUDIO SYSTEM 79 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION CLOSING THE DISPLAY DISPLAY OPENING THE DISPLAY 1 1 Push the display up until a click is heard. Press the lock release button to open the display. INFORMATION 2 Pull the display down to an easily viewable angle. ● The illumination of the screen automatically turns off when the display is closed. However, the rear seat entertainment system is not turned off. (The sound is not turned off.) CAUTION ● When the rear seat entertainment system is not used • Keep the display closed. In the event of an accident of sudden braking, the opened display may hit an occupant’s body, resulting in injury. 80 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION NOTICE LOADING A DISC 1 Insert the disc into the slot with the label side up. 2 AUDIO SYSTEM ● Cleaning the display • Wipe the display with a dry soft cloth. If the screen is wiped with a rough cloth, the surface of the screen may be scratched. ● Opening and closing the display • When opening or closing the display, hold the bottom center of the display outer frame. Holding or pressing the LCD panel could result in display problems or LCD deterioration. DISC SLOT z The “DISC” indicator light turns on while the disc is inside the player. z The player will start to play the disc automatically. EJECTING A DISC 1 Press the “ disc. ” button and remove the 81 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION INFORMATION ● If a disc cannot be ejected, do not forcibly take out the disc. Keep pressing the “ ” button for approximately 10 seconds to release it. ● If the ejected disc remains in the slot for 15 seconds, the player will automatically reload the disc. SD CARD SLOT 1 Insert the SD card with the label side up, positioning the cut off corner to the right. z To eject the SD card, push on the center of the SD card. When it ejects slightly pull it straight out. 82 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION REMOTE CONTROLLER The rear seat entertainment system can be operated with the remote controller. The system cannot be operated by touching the switches on the screen directly. No. Function Turning on/off the rear seat entertainment system Selecting a control icon 2 Inputting the selected control icon AUDIO SYSTEM Turning on/off the speaker output Changing the screen size Turning on the “VIDEO” mode Adjusting the volume Turning on the “SD” mode Turning on the “DISC” mode Adjusting the screen settings 83 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION TURNING ON/OFF THE REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM 1 CHANGING THE AUDIO/VIDEO SOURCE 1 Press the button to turn on the rear seat entertainment system. z Press the button once again to turn off the system. SELECTING A CONTROL ICON 1 Press the “ ”, “ ”, “ ” or “ ” button to select the control icon on the screen. 2 Press the “ENT” button to enter. ADJUSTING THE VOLUME 1 Press the “DISC”, “SD” or “VIDEO” button to change the audio/video source. Press “+” or “-” on the “VOL” button to adjust the volume. z When the speaker output is off, the volume cannot be adjusted. TURNING ON/OFF THE SPEAKER OUTPUT 1 Press the button to turn on/off the speaker output. On: The sound is available from both vehicle speakers and headphones. Off: The sound is available from the headphones only. 84 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION CHANGING THE SCREEN SIZE 1 Press the “SIZE” button to change the screen size. Function “Normal” Displays the screen at the original ratio “Wide 1” Widens the 4:3 aspect screen horizontally to fill the screen “Wide 2” Widens the screen vertically and horizontally, at the same ratio, to fill the entire screen You can adjust the colour, contrast, tone and brightness of the screen. The screen setting levels can be adjusted for day mode and night mode individually. 1 2 Press the “SETTING” button. The screen settings can be adjusted. After adjustments, select “OK”. X“DISC” and “SD” mode INFORMATION ● The screen size can be changed for each media mode individually. X“VIDEO” mode 85 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 2 AUDIO SYSTEM Screen size ADJUSTING THE SCREEN SETTINGS ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION No. BEFORE USING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER (FOR NEW VEHICLE OWNERS) Function Turning on/off the speaker output Turning on/off the “LCD AI”. The “LCD AI” automatically determines the tone of the video image and sets the contrast to an optimum level, displaying a sharp image. 1 Remove the insulating sheet. Weakens the contrast of the screen Strengthens the contrast of the screen Darkens the screen Brightens the screen Strengthens red colour of the screen INFORMATION ● An insulating sheet is set to prevent the batteries from being discharged. Strengthens green colour of the screen Weakens the tone of the screen Strengthens the tone of the screen 86 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION WHEN THE REMOTE CONTROLLER BATTERIES ARE FULLY DEPLETED Remove the cover. 2 Remove the depleted batteries and install 2 new AA batteries. CAUTION ● To prevent accidents and electric shock • Do not disassemble or modify the remote controller. ● When the remote controller is not used • Stow the remote controller. Injuries may result in the event of an accident or sudden braking. ● Removed batteries and other parts • Keep away from children. These parts are small and if swallowed by a child they can cause choking. 87 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 2 AUDIO SYSTEM 1 INFORMATION ● If the remote controller batteries are discharged, the following symptoms may occur. • The rear seat entertainment system control will not function properly. • The operational range is reduced. ● When replacing the AA batteries • Batteries can be purchased at your Toyota dealer, electric appliance shop, ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION NOTICE ● To prevent damage to the remote controller • Keep the remote controller away from direct sunlight, heat and high humidity. • Do not drop or strike the remote controller against hard objects. • Do not sit on or place heavy objects on the remote controller. ● For normal operation after replacing the batteries, observe the following precautions to prevent accidents. • Always work with dry hands. Moisture may cause the battery to rust. • Do not touch or move any other components inside the remote controller. • Do not bend any of the battery terminals. HEADPHONE JACKS Adjust the volume when you connect the headphones to the jack. Loud sounds may have a significant impact on the human body. 1 2 Press the knob. 3 Press the knob again. Turn the knob clockwise to increase the volume. Turn the knob counterclockwise to decrease the volume. No. Function To adjust the volume To use headphones, connec ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION WIRELESS HEADPHONES (SOLD SEPARATELY) The rear seat entertainment system can be operated from the front seats. 1 Press the “MEDIA” button. 2 Select or press the “MEDIA” button to display the audio source selection screen. 3 Select “RSE”. 2 AUDIO SYSTEM z With some wireless headphones generally available in the market, it may be difficult to catch signals properly. Toyota recommends the use of Toyota genuine wireless headphones. Please contact your Toyota dealer for further details. z When the sound volume needs to be changed while a wireless headphone is used, adjust the volume using the wireless headphone’s volume switch. OPERATING FROM THE FRONT SEATS 89 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION 4 The rear seat entertainment system can be operated from this screen. DISCS THAT CAN BE USED Discs with the marks shown below can be used. Playback may not be possible depending on recording format or disc features, or due to scratches, dirt or deterioration. No. Function Audio/video operation buttons Video discs Turning on/off the rear seat entertainment system Turning on/off the rear system lock • The operation lock on the rear seat entertainment system can be turned on or off. Audio CDs Selecting the rear seat entertainment system’s media mode z The following discs cannot be used on this system: • SACD • BDXL™ disc • BD-RE with the cartridge • HD DVD • DVD audio • Video CD 90 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION XSpecial shaped discs XLabeled discs 2 XLow quality discs AUDIO SYSTEM XTransparent/translucent discs NOTICE ● Do not use special shaped, transparent/ translucent, low quality or labeled discs such as those shown in the illustrations. The use of such discs may damage the player, or it may be impossible to eject the disc. ● This system is not designed for use of Dual Discs. Do not use Dual Discs because they may cause damage to the player. ● Do not use discs with a protection ring. The use of such discs may damage the player, or it may be impossible to eject the disc. 91 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION SD CARD THAT CAN BE USED z Memory cards are restricted to those that fulfil the following conditions based on SD standards. • SD memory card (from 512MB to 2GB) • SDHC memory card (from 4GB to 32GB) • SDXC memory card (from 48GB to 64GB) z Mini SD cards and Micro SD cards can be used, but must be used with an adaptor card. z MultiMedia Card (MMC) cannot be used. SD CARD FUNCTIONS z This system can play JPEG pictures and AVCHD video images that are stored in an SD card. It does not support music playback. z Local storage • Some BD videos have a feature to memorize disc information, such as a resume point, in a local storage. The rear seat entertainment system uses an SD card as a local storage device. To use this function, insert an SD card into the SD card slot. • The SD card memory function may differ depending on the BD videos played. • When an SD card that contains any kind of data is inserted, BD video disc ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION COPYRIGHTS AND TRADEMARKS z Blu-ray Disc™, Blu-ray™, BD-Live™, BDXL™, and the logos are trademarks of the Blu-ray Disc Association. z “AVCHD” and the “AVCHD” logo are trademarks of Panasonic Corporation and Sony Corporation. z “DVD Logo” is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation. z This product is licensed under the AVC patent portfolio license and the VC-1 patent portfolio license for the personal use of a consumer or other uses in which it does not receive remuneration to (i) encode video in compliance with the AVC Standard and the VC-1 Standard (“AVC/ VC-1 Video”) and/or (ii) decode AVC/VC-1 Video that was encoded by a consumer engaged in a personal activity and/or was obtained from a video provider licensed to provide AVC/VC-1 Video. No license is granted or shall be implied for any other use. Additional information may be obtained from MPEG LA, LLC. See http:// www.mpegla.com. z SDXC Logo ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION z Cinavia Notice This product uses Cinavia technology to limit the use of unauthorized copies of some commercially-produced film and videos and their soundtracks. When a prohibited use of an unauthorized copy is detected, a message will be displayed and playback or copying will be interrupted. More information about Cinavia technology is provided at the Cinavia Online Consumer Information Center at http://www.cinavia.com. To request additional information about Cinavia by mail, send a postcard with your mailing address to: Cinavia Consumer Information Center, P.O. Box 86851, San Diego, CA, 92138, USA. z This product incorporates proprietary technology under license from Verance Corporation and is protected by U.S. Patent 7,369,677 and other U.S. and worldwide patents issued and pending as well as copyright and trade secret protection for certain aspects of such technology. Cinavia is a trademark of Verance Corporation. C ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION [Contact address] GPL Manager Panasonic Corporation 4261 Ikonobe-cho, Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama City 224-8520, Japan Source code is also freely available to you and any other member of the public via our website bellow. http://car.panasonic.jp/oss/c8u23ZXg/ For the software categorized as (5) includes as follows. 1. This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/) 2. This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors. 3. Free Type code. 4. The Independent JPEG Group’s JPEG software. 5. Vera Fonts. (http://www.gnome.org/ fonts/) 95 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 2 AUDIO SYSTEM In addition, the software categorized as (3) and (4) are copyrighted by several individuals. Please refer to the copyright notice of those individuals at http://car.panasonic.jp/oss/c8u23ZXg/ The ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION 2. PLAYING A Blu-ray Disc™ (BD) AND DVD DISCS* This system can play Blu-ray Disc™ (BD) videos with digital sound. In addition to commercial BD and DVD titles, AVCHD and BDAV videos can be played on this system, so digital TV recorded by home digital video recorders and BD/DVD home videos recorded by home digital video cameras can also be played on this system. Press the “DISC” button if a disc has already been loaded in the disc slot. REMOTE CONTROLLER CAUTION ● BD/DVD video precaution • Conversational speech on some BDs/ DVDs is recorded at a low volume to emphasize the impact of sound effects. If you adjust the volume assuming that the conversations represent the maximum volume level that the BD/DVD will play, you may be startled by louder sound effects or startled when you change to a different audio source. Loud sounds may have a significant impact on the human body or pose a driving hazard. Keep this in mind ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION No. Function Displaying the top menu screen Selecting a chapter Turning on the BD/DVD mode TURNING ON THE BD/DVD MODE 1 Insert a disc or press the “DISC” button. 2 z The player will start to play the disc automatically. 1 Press the button to play/pause. z Press and hold the button while pausing, the video is played slowly. OPERATING THE DISC MENU 1 Press the “TOP MENU” or “MENU” button. 2 Select the menu item, and press the “ENT” button to enter. 97 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 AUDIO SYSTEM PLAYING/PAUSING A DISC ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION OPTION SCREEN XDVD video Press the “OPTION” button while watching a BD/DVD video, the following screen appears. Press the “OPTION” button once again or select “Hide Buttons” to turn off the option screen. XBD video XAVCHD 98 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION XBDAV No. Function Displaying the initial setup screen Displaying the top page 2 Searching for a title Returning to the predetermined scene Changing the audio language Changing the subtitle language Changing the angle No. Function Changing the playback mode Turning off the option screen Changing the audio channel Displaying the third page Displaying the colour key buttons Displaying the second page Displaying the 10 key pad Displaying the top menu screen Displaying the secondary video (Picture-in-picture) Displaying the pop-up menu Changing the secondary audio Displaying the menu screen Rewind Stop Play/pause Fast-forward 99 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 AUDIO SYSTEM Searching for a chapter ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION DISPLAYING THE POP-UP MENU XBD video Some BD video discs have a pop-up navigation menu that can be called up and be operated on the screen without interrupting playback. 1 2 CHANGING THE ANGLE The angle can be changed for discs that are multi-angle compatible when the angle mark appears on the screen. 1 2 Select “Angle”. Each time “Angle” is selected, the angle changes. Select “Pop-up Menu”. Select the menu item, and press the “ENT” button to enter. SEARCHING FOR A TITLE OR CHAPTER 1 Select “Title Search” or “Chapter Search”. 2 Input the title number or chapter number, and select “OK”. 100 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION CHANGING THE SUBTITLE LANGUAGE The subtitle language can be changed for discs with multiple subtitle languages. Select “Subtitle”. Each time “Subtitle” is selected, another language available on the disc is selected. The audio language can be changed for discs with multiple audio languages. 1 2 Select “Audio”. Each time “Audio” is selected, another language available on the disc is selected. “Hide”: Subtitle can be hidden. XBD video “Style”: Subtitle style can be changed. 101 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 2 AUDIO SYSTEM 1 2 CHANGING THE AUDIO LANGUAGE ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION CHANGING THE AUDIO CHANNEL XBDAV The audio channel can be changed for discs with multiple audio channels. 1 Each time “MAIN/SUB” is selected, the mode changes in the following order: “MAIN”: Main audio channel “SUB”: Sub audio channel “MAIN/SUB”: Both the main and sub audio channels CHANGING THE PLAYBACK MODE XBDAV The playback mode can be changed to program mode or playlist mode. Playlist mode cannot be selected if a playlist is not stored on the disc. 1 Select “Playback Mode”. 2 Each time “Playback Mode” is selected, the mode changes in the following order: “Program” mode: Playback the disc in order of program number “Playlist” mode: Playback the disc in order of playlist number 102 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION DISPLAYING THE SECONDARY VIDEO XBD video 1 2 Select “PinP”. The secondary video is displayed on the screen. Each time “PinP” is selected, another secondary video available on the disc is selected. XBD video The picture-in-picture (small screen) audio can be switched between primary and secondary audio. 1 2 Select “PinP Audio”. Each time “PinP Audio” is selected, another secondary audio stored on the disc is selected. “OFF”: Secondary audio can be turned off “Hide”: Secondary video can be hidden. 103 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 2 AUDIO SYSTEM Picture-in-picture is a secondary video that plays embedded in the primary video. The secondary video can be played from a disc compatible with the picture-in-picture function. CHANGING THE SECONDARY AUDIO ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION DISPLAYING THE COLOUR KEY BUTTONS XBD video The colour key button is used for various uses according to directions of contents. 1 2 Select “Color Keys”. The colour key buttons are displayed on the screen. DISPLAYING THE 10 KEY PAD XBD video The 10 key pad is used when inputting numbers according to directions of contents. 1 2 Select “Key Pad”. The 10 key pad is displayed on the screen. 104 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION INITIAL SETUP The initial setting can be changed. 1 2 Select “Setup”. Function Changing the initial audio language Changing the initial subtitle language Changing the initial language of the disc menu Setting the angle mark Setting the DVD parental lock Goes to next page Restores default settings BD history data such as bookmarks and resume point can be deleted. Setting the BD parental lock Setting a quick playback Setting a sound dynamic range Returns to previous page 105 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 2 AUDIO SYSTEM Select the settings to be changed. After the settings are changed, select “OK”. No. ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION ■CHANGING THE INITIAL AUDIO ■CHANGING THE INITIAL LAN- 1 2 1 2 LANGUAGE Select “Audio Language”. Select the desired language. GUAGE OF THE DISC MENU Select “Disc Menu Language”. Select the desired language. z If you cannot find the desired language, select “Other” and input the desired language code. (→P.111) z If you cannot find the desired language, select “Other” and input the desired language code. (→P.111) ■CHANGING THE INITIAL SUBTITLE ■SETTING THE ANGLE MARK LANGUAGE 1 2 Select “Subtitle Language”. Select the desired language. If the BD/DVD disc has angle options, you can turn the angle mark on/off. 1 Each time “Angle Mark” is selected, “ON” or “OFF” can be selected. z If you cannot find the desired language, select “Other” and input the desired language code. (→P.111) 106 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION ■SETTING THE DVD PARENTAL ■SETTING XDVD video XBD video LOCK The level of viewer restrictions can be set. Select “DVD Parental Lock”. Input the 4-digit personal code and then select “OK”. BD PARENTAL The age of viewer restrictions can be set. 1 2 Select “BD Parental Lock”. Input the 4-digit personal code and then select “OK”. z Select 10 times to reset the personal code in case the code was forgotten. z Select 10 times to reset the personal code in case the code was forgotten. 3 3 Select a restriction level (1-8) and then select “OK”. 2 Input a restriction age (0-255) and then select “OK”. 107 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 AUDIO SYSTEM 1 2 THE LOCK ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION ■SETTING A QUICK PLAYBACK XBD video After inserting a BD disc you can skip over to the first playback point and can immediately playback the main story. 1 Each time “Quick Playback” is selected, “ON” or “OFF” can be selected. ■SETTING A SOUND DYNAMIC RANGE The difference between the lowest and highest sound volumes can be adjusted. Each time “Sound Dynamic Range” is selected, the setting changes in the following order: BD/DVD VIDEO DISCS BD/DVD VIDEO DISCS z Compatible media Media that can be used for playback are BD-ROMs, BD-Rs, BD-REs, DVD-ROMs, DVD-Rs and DVD-RWs. z Compatible disc formats Disc formats that can be used for playback are BD video formats, BDAV formats, AVCHD formats, and DVD video formats z This player conforms to NTSC/PAL colour TV formats. z Region codes Some BD/DVD video discs have a region code indicating the region in which you can use the BD/DVD video disc. If the BD video di ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION SYMBOLS SHOWN ON BD/DVD VIDEO DISCS Symbol Meaning Indicates PAL/NTSC format Indicates the number of language subtitles Indicates the number of angles Indicates the screen display ratios available Wide screen: 16:9 Standard: 4:3 Indicates the disc’s region code • BD video “ABC”: all regions Alphabet: region code • DVD video “ALL”: all regions Number: region code z Parental controls This feature limits what can be viewed in conformity with the level of restrictions of the country. The level of restrictions varies depending on the BD/DVD video disc. Some BD/DVD video discs cannot be played at all, or violent scenes are skipped or replaced with other scenes. • DVD video Level 1: DVD video discs for children can be played. Level 2 - 7: DVD video discs for children and G-rated movies can be played. Level 8: All types of DVD video discs can be played. • BD video Parental controls of BD videos can be ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION z Title and chapter Video and audio programs stored in BD/ DVD video discs are divided into parts by title and chapter. Title: The largest unit of the video and audio programs stored on BD/DVD video discs. Usually, one movie, one album, or one audio program is assigned as a title. Chapter: A title comprises of one or more chapters. z AVCHD AVCHD is a new format (standard) for high definition video cameras that can record and play high-resolution HD images. DVDs and SD cards with videos recorded in AVCHD format can playback on this system. z BDAV (Blu-ray Disc™ Audio/Visual) BDAV is one of the audio/video recording formats for Blu-ray Disc™, has been made primarily for the purpose of broadcasting the recording. It is used when recording to BD-R and BDRE by Blu-ray™ recorder. z BD-J Some BD video discs contain Java applications, and these applications are called BD-J. You can enjoy various interactive features in addi ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION LANGUAGE CODES LIST Code Language English 0618 French 0405 German 0920 Italian 0519 Spanish 2608 Chinese 1412 Dutch 1620 Portuguese 1922 Swedish 1821 Russian 1115 Korean 0512 Greek 0101 Afar 0102 Abkhazian 0106 Afrikaans 0113 Amharic 0118 Arabic 0119 Assamese 0125 Aymara 0126 Azerbaijani 0201 Bashkir 0205 Byelorussian 0207 Bulgarian 0208 Bihari 0209 Bislama 0214 Bengali 0215 Tibetan Language 0218 Breton 0301 Catalan 0315 Corsican 0319 Czech 0325 Welsh 0401 Danish 0426 Bhutani 0515 Esperanto 0520 Estonian 0521 Basque 0601 Persian 0609 Finnish 0610 Fiji 0615 Faroese 0625 Frisian 0701 Irish 0704 Scots-Gaelic 0712 Galician 0714 Guarani 0721 Gujarati 0801 Haus ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION Code Language Code Language 0914 Indonesian 1320 Maltese 0919 Icelandic 1325 Burmese 0921 Inuktitut 1401 Nauru 0923 Hebrew 1405 Nepali 1001 Japanese 1415 Norwegian 1009 Yiddish 1503 Occitan 1023 Javanese 1513 (Afan) Oromo 1101 Georgian 1518 Oriya 1111 Kazakh 1601 Punjabi 1112 Greenlandic 1612 Polish 1113 Cambodian 1619 Pashto, Pushto 1114 Kannada 1721 Quechua 1119 Kashmiri 1813 Rhaeto-Romance 1121 Kurdish 1814 Kirundi 1125 Kirghiz 1815 Romanian 1201 Latin 1823 Kinyarwanda 1214 Lingala 1901 Sanskrit 1215 Laotian 1904 Sindhi 1220 Lithuanian 1907 Sangho 1222 Latvian 1908 Serbo-Croatian 1307 Malagasy 1909 Sinhalese 1309 Maori 1911 Slovak 1311 Macedonian 1912 Slove ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION Code Language Siswati 1920 Sesotho 1921 Sundanese 1923 Swahili 2001 Tamil 2005 Telugu 2007 Tajik 2008 Thai 2009 Tigrinya 2011 Turkmen 2012 Tagalog 2014 Setswana 2015 Tonga 2018 Turkish 2019 Tsonga 2020 Tatar 2023 Twi 2107 Uighur 2111 Ukrainian 2118 Urdu 2126 Uzbek 2209 Vietnamese 2215 Volapük 2315 Wolof 2408 Xhosa 2515 Yoruba 2601 Zhuang 2621 Zulu 2 AUDIO SYSTEM 1919 113 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION 3. PLAYING AN AUDIO CD AND MP3/WMA DISCS* Press the “DISC” button if a disc has already been loaded in the disc slot. The player will start to play the disc automatically. No. Function Selecting a control icon Inputting the selected control icon REMOTE CONTROLLER Volume up/down Fast-forward/rewind Play/pause Selecting a track/file Selecting a folder Turning on the audio CD and MP3/ WMA mode CONTROL SCREEN No. Function Repeat play Random playback *: If equipped 114 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION TURNING ON THE AUDIO CD AND MP3/WMA MODE 1 Insert a disc or press the “DISC” button. z The player will start to play the disc automatically. SELECTING A FOLDER XMP3/WMA 1 ton, the top file stored in the top folder in the disc will be selected. SELECTING A TRACK/FILE 1 Press or until the desired track/file number appears. FAST FORWARDING OR REWINDING A TRACK/FILE 1 Press and hold or . REPEAT PLAY 1 Each time “RPT” is selected, the mode changes as follow: XAudio CD “RPT” (track repeat) → Off XMP3/WMA “RPT” (file repeat) → “FLD.RPT” (folder repeat) → Off RANDOM PLAYBACK 1 Each time “RAND” is selected, the mode changes as follow: XAudio CD “RAND” (random) → Off XMP3/WMA “RAND” (1 folder random) → “FLD.RAND” (1 disc random) → Off 115 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 2 AUDIO SYSTEM Press “∧” or “∨” on the “FOLDER” button until the desire ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION MP3 AND WMA FILES MP3 (MPEG Audio LAYER3) is a standard audio compression format. Files can be compressed to approximately 1/10 of their original size by using MP3 compression. WMA (Windows Media Audio) is a Microsoft audio compression format. This format compresses audio data to a size smaller than that of the MP3 format. There is a limit to the MP3 and WMA file standards and to the media/formats recorded by them that can be used. z MP3 file compatibility • Compatible standards MP3 (MPEG1 LAYER3, MPEG2 LSF LAYER3) • Compatible sampling frequencies MPEG1 LAYER3: 32, 44.1, 48 (kHz) MPEG2 LSF LAYER3: 16, 22.05, 24 (kHz) • Compatible bit rates (compatible with VBR) MPEG1 LAYER3: 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256, 320 (kbps) MPEG2 LSF LAYER3: 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 144, 160 (kbps) • Compatible channel modes: stereo, joint stereo, dual channel and mono z WMA file compatibility • Compatible standards WMA Ver ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION z ID3 and WMA tags ID3 tags can be added to MP3 files, making it possible to record the track title, artist name, etc. The system is compatible with ID3 Ver. 1.0, 1.1, and Ver. 2.3 ID3 tags. (The number of characters is based on ID3 Ver. 1.0 and 1.1.) WMA tags can be added to WMA files, making it possible to record the track title and artist name in the same way as with ID3 tags. z MP3 and WMA playback When a disc containing MP3 or WMA files is inserted, all files on the disc are first checked. Once the file check is finished, the first MP3 or WMA file is played. To make the file check finish more quickly, we recommend you do not write in any files other than MP3 or WMA files or create any unnecessary folders. If the discs contain a mixture of music data and MP3 or WMA format data, only music data can be played. z Extensions If the file extensions .mp3 and .wma are used for files other than MP3 and WMA files, they ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION z Playback • To play MP3 files with steady sound quality, we recommend a fixed bit rate of 128 kbps and a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz. • Playback may not be possible in some instances, depending on the characteristics of the disc. • There is a wide variety of freeware and other encoding software for MP3 and WMA files on the market, and depending on the status of the encoding and the file format, poor sound quality or noise at the start of playback may result. In some cases, playback may not be possible at all. • When files other than MP3 or WMA files are recorded on a disc, it may take more time to recognize the disc and in some cases, playback may not be possible at all. 118 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION 4. PLAYING AN SD CARD* This system can play still pictures and AVCHD video that are stored in an SD card. It does not support music playback. Press the “SD” button if an SD card has already been inserted in the SD card slot. No. Function Selecting a control icon Inputting the selected control icon 2 Volume up/down AUDIO SYSTEM Fast-forward/rewind REMOTE CONTROLLER Play/pause Stop Displaying the option screen Selecting a chapter Turning on the SD card mode *: If equipped 119 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION MAIN MENU PLAYING STILL PICTURES You can display still pictures that are stored in an SD card. No. Function 1 Select “Picture”. 2 Select the desired still picture to show. Page Playing still pictures 120 Playing AVCHD video 123 Formatting the SD card 123 Deleting the BD history data 123 z Select or or previous page. to show the next 120 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION 3 Selected picture is displayed on the screen. OPTION SCREEN Press the “OPTION” button while displaying a still picture, the following screen appears. Press the “OPTION” button once again or select “Hide Buttons” to turn off the option screen. 2 AUDIO SYSTEM z Press the “ ” or “ ” button to display the next or previous still picture. z Press the “SD” button to return to the “SD Menu” screen. No. Function Turning off the option screen Displaying the slideshow setup screen Returning to “Library View” screen Zooming out the still pictures Rotating the still pictures Starting slideshow 121 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION ■STARTING SLIDESHOW You can display still pictures one by one at a constant interval. 1 Select “Slideshow” to start slideshow. z When pressing the “ ” or “ ” button during slideshow, the previous or next still picture will be shown, and the slideshow will continue from that picture. z Press the “ENT” or “OPTION” button to stop slideshow. ■SLIDESHOW SETUP 1 2 Select “Setup”. The slideshow settings can be changed. After the settings are changed, select “OK”. ■ROTATING THE STILL PICTURES 1 Select picture. or to rotate a still No. z The rotate information will be maintained until the system is turned off or the SD card is removed. ■ZOOM OUT THE STILL PICTURES 1 Select tures. z Select to zoom out the still picagain to cancel zoom out. z This function is only available for smallsized still pictures. Function Selects slideshow interval time (seconds) 5 → 10 → 15 → 30 → 60 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION PLAYING AVCHD VIDEO You can play AVCHD videos that are stored in an SD card. 1 Select “Video”. FORMATTING THE SD CARD 1 2 Select “Format SD Card”. Select “Yes” to format the SD card. z If the SD card is formatted, all data on the card will be erased. 2 The BD history data such as bookmarks and resume information can be deleted. AVCHD video will start playing. 1 2 Select “Clear BD Data”. Select “Yes” to delete the BD history data. z Press the “SD” button to return to the “SD Menu” screen. z Press the “OPTION” button while watching a video, the option screen appears. For details on operating the option screen of AVCHD video, see “OPTION SCREEN” on page 98. 123 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 AUDIO SYSTEM DELETING THE BD HISTORY DATA 2 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION SD CARD INFORMATION z Compatible files The following files can be displayed. z Picture file format: JPEG • Picture resolution: between 34 × 34 and 8192 × 8192 pixels • Gray scale JPEG is not supported z Video file format: AVCHD z Compatible formats This system is compatible with SD memory cards that meet SD card specifications FAT16 formats, SDHC memory cards in FAT32 format, and SDXC memory cards in exFAT format. z An SD card is not provided with the rear seat entertainment system and needs to be purchased separately. z The Panasonic SD memory card format software version 3.1 or higher is recommended. z Data stored in an SD card may be lost. Before playing back pictures and videos stored in an SD card, make certain to back up the data. z Before an SD card that contains any kind of data is played, slide the lock switch on the SD card to “LOCK” in order to prevent any data from being accidentally deleted or overwr ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION 5. USING THE VIDEO MODE* The rear seat entertainment system plays videos and sound when audiovideo equipment is connected to the A/V input port. Press the “VIDEO” button to turn on the video mode. USING THE A/V INPUT PORT 1 Open the cover and connect audio-video equipment to the A/V input port. 2 AUDIO SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROLLER z The A/V input port is composed of 3 input jacks. Yellow: Video input White: Left channel audio input Red: Right channel audio input No. Function Turning on the video mode Volume up/down 2 Turn on the power of the audio-video equipment. 3 Press the “VIDEO” button to turn on the video mode. *: If equipped 125 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION INFORMATION ● The volume can be adjusted using the vehicle’s audio controls. All other operations must be made on the audio-video equipment itself. For details about operation of audiovideo equipment, refer to the manufacturer’s instructions. NOTICE ● When the A/V input port is not in use, keep the A/V input port cover closed. Inserting anything other than an appropriate plug may cause electrical failure. 126 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM OPERATION 2 AUDIO SYSTEM 127 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1 BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 1. QUICK REFERENCE .................. 130 2. HANDS-FREE SYSTEM.............. 133 USING THE PHONE SWITCH/MICROPHONE .................. 134 ABOUT THE PHONE BOOK IN THIS SYSTEM.............................. 135 WHEN YOU RELEASE YOUR CAR................................................... 136 CONNECTING A Bluetooth® PHONE ............................................. 136 3. REGISTERING AN ENTRY......... 138 REGISTERING A NEW ENTRY .......... 138 DISPLAYING AND EDITING THE ENTRY INFORMATION.................... 140 SENDING STORED CONTACTS TO A USB MEMORY ........................ 142 128 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.01.09 17:31 ...
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    3 1 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM 2 2 PHONE OPERATION 3 SHORT MESSAGE FUNCTION 1. CALLING ON A Bluetooth® PHONE...................................... 143 1. SHORT MESSAGE FUNCTION ................................ 154 BY DIAL ............................................... 143 RECEIVING A SHORT MESSAGE ........................................ 154 BY CONTACTS LIST........................... 144 4 CHECKING RECEIVED SHORT MESSAGES...................................... 154 BY PHONE BOOK ............................... 145 BY CALL LISTS ................................... 146 CHECKING SENT SHORT MESSAGES...................................... 156 CALLING USING A SHORT MESSAGE......................................... 146 5 SENDING A NEW SHORT MESSAGE ........................................ 156 BY POI* CALL...................................... 147 BY SELECTING SOS SCREEN BUTTON............................................ 147 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 1. QUICK REFERENCE ■“Phone” MENU SCREEN Pressing the button allows access to the “Phone” menu screen. Each time the button is pressed, the screen will change between the “Phone” menu screen and the “Extras”/“Toyota online” menu screen. When the shown. Select button is pressed, the screen that was last displayed will be to display the “Phone” menu screen. 130 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION No. Function Page 143 Select to display the “Contacts” screen. An entry from the list of contacts in the “Stored” and “Phone book” screen can be selected and called. 144 Select to display the “Call lists” screen. An entry from the missed, received or dial call lists can be selected and called. 146 Select to display the “Messages” screen. A list of received and sent short messages and a menu to create new short messages can be displayed. 154 Select the corresponding icon to change to the “Dial”, “Contacts”, “Call lists” or “Messages” screen.  3 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM Select to display the “Dial” screen. A call can be made by dialing the number. 131 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION ■“Dial” SCREEN ■“Messages” SCREEN z This screen can be displayed by selecting z This screen can be displayed by selecting on any of the phone screens. on any of the phone screens. ■“Contacts” SCREEN z This screen can be displayed by selecting on any of the phone screens. ■“Call lists” SCREEN z This screen can be displayed by selecting on any of the phone screens. 132 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 2. HANDS-FREE SYSTEM Bluetooth® hands-free system allows you to make or receive a call without taking your hands off the steering wheel by connecting your cellular phone. The operating procedure of the system is explained in this section. CAUTION ● Use a cellular phone or connect the Bluetooth® phone only when safe and legal to do so. ● Your audio unit is fitted with Bluetooth® antennas. People with implantable cardiac pacemakers, cardiac resynchronization therapy-pacemakers or implantable cardioverter defibrillators should maintain a reasonable distance between themselves and the Bluetooth® antennas. The radio waves may affect the operation of such devices. ● Before using Bluetooth® devices, users of any electrical medical device other than implantable cardiac pacemakers, cardiac resynchronization therapy-pacemakers or implantable cardioverter defibrillators should consult the manufacturer of the device for informat ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION USING THE PHONE SWITCH/ MICROPHONE XSteering switch XMicrophone The microphone is used when talking on the phone. By pressing the phone switch, a call can be received or ended without taking your hands off the steering wheel. Volume control switch z Press the “+” side to increase the volume. z Press the “-” side to decrease the volume. Off hook switch On hook switch 134 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION INFORMATION ABOUT THE PHONE BOOK IN THIS SYSTEM z The following data is stored for every registered phone. When another phone is connecting, you cannot read the registered data. • Phone book data • Call history data 3 INFORMATION ● When you delete the phone, the abovementioned data is also deleted. 135 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM ● The other party’s voice will be heard from the front speakers. The audio system will be muted during phone calls. ● Talk alternately with the other party on the phone. If you talk at the same time, your voices may not reach each other. (It is not a malfunction.) ● Keep the volume of receiving voice down. Otherwise, an echo will be heard and receiving voice can be heard outside of the vehicle. When you talk on the phone, speak clearly towards the microphone. ● In the following situations, your voice may not reach the other party. • ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION WHEN YOU RELEASE YOUR CAR CONNECTING A Bluetooth® PHONE A lot of personal data is registered when you use the Hands-free system. When you release your car, initialize your data. (→P.172) In order to use the hands-free system, it is necessary to pair the phone and connect the phone’s profile (HFP) with the system. z You can initialize the following data in the system. • Phone book data • Call history data • Volume setting • Bluetooth® setting • All telephone settings • Short message template Once the profile has been connected, hands-free calls can be made. INFORMATION ● Once the data is initialized, all personal data will be erased. Pay due care when initializing the data. If you have not yet connected any Bluetooth® phones with phone profile (HFP), you must first connect your phone with phone profile (HFP) according to the following procedure. Connect your Bluetooth® phone with phone profile (HFP) ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 2 Select “Yes”. 3 z This screen can be displayed by pressing the Follow the steps “PAIRING Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM 3 switch on the steering wheel. A Bluetooth® DEVICE”. (→P.177, 185) 137 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 3. REGISTERING AN ENTRY REGISTERING A NEW ENTRY Up to 200 numbers can be registered with this system. REGISTERING FROM THE “Contacts” SCREEN 1 Display the “Phone” menu screen and select “Contacts”. (→P.130) 2 Select the “Stored” tab. 3 Select “Create new entry”. 5 Select 6 Enter the entry name and then select “OK”. 7 Check that the entry is registered in the “Stored” list. . z Select to display and edit the entry information. (→P.140) 4 Select one of 4 phone types ( , number. or , ) and enter a z You can enter one phone number for each phone type. 138 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION REGISTERING FROM THE “Dial” SCREEN REGISTERING FROM THE “Phone book” SCREEN 1 Display the “Phone” menu screen. (→P.130) 1 Search the entry by “Phone book”. (→P.145) 2 3 Select “Dial”. 2 Select Enter the numbers. Select “Add to stored contacts”. 4 Select 3 4 5 Follow the steps “REGISTERING FROM THE “Contacts” SCREEN” from “STEP 6”. (→P.138) . ● The phone type is registered as . Follow the steps “REGISTERING FROM THE “Contacts” SCREEN” from “STEP 6”. (→P.138) INFORMATION ● The phone type is registered as . ● Navigation system only: If the contact includes an address and a phone number, they will be stored in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen and “Contacts” screen. (→P.138, 247) 139 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 3 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM INFORMATION for desired item. ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION REGISTERING FROM THE “Call lists” SCREEN 1 Search for the entry by “Call lists”. (→P.146) 2 3 Select next to the desired item. Follow the steps “REGISTERING FROM THE “Contacts” SCREEN” from “STEP 6”. (→P.138) INFORMATION ● The phone type is registered as DISPLAYING AND EDITING THE ENTRY INFORMATION Detailed information of entries in the list can be displayed or edited. 1 Display the “Phone” menu screen and select “Contacts”. (→P.130) 2 Select the “Stored” tab or the “Phone book” tab. 3 Select next to the desired entry. . REGISTERING FROM AN EXTERNAL DEVICE* “vCard” formatted data can be transferred from a USB memory to this system. Transferred addresses and numbers will be stored in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen and “Contacts” screen. (→P.138, 247) XEntry options screen of the “Stored” list *: Navigation system only 140 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 1 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION XEntry options screen of the “Phone book” list CHANGING THE ENTRY NAME 1 2 Select “Rename”. Enter the entry name and then select “OK”. EDITING PHONE NUMBERS No. Function Select to change the entry name. (→ P.141) Select to edit phone numbers. (→ P.141) Select to delete the entry. 3 Select “Edit phone numbers”. Select one of 4 phone types and enter a number and then . INFORMATION ● If an entry that is transferred from a cellular phone is edited, the change will affect the entry in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen (navigation system only) and “Contacts” screen. (→P.138, 247) Select to delete all entries. Select to register the entry in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen (navigation system only) and “Contacts” screen. (→ P.139, 250) 141 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM Select to display the details of the ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION SENDING STORED CONTACTS TO A USB MEMORY* The entries stored in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen and “Contacts” screen can be transferred to a USB memory. (→P.256) *: Navigation system only 142 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. PHONE OPERATION 1. CALLING ON A Bluetooth® PHONE After a Bluetooth® phone has been connected, a call can be made using the hands-free system. How to make a call Page 143 By contacts list 144 By phone book 145 By call lists 146 By using a short message 146 By POI call* 147 By selecting SOS screen button* 147 By using the Toyota Eurocare* 278 1 Display the “Phone” menu screen and select “Dial”. (→P.130) 2 Enter a phone number. 3 3 Select 4 Check that the connecting screen is displayed. . *: Navigation system only z To cancel a call, select “End call”. 143 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM By dial BY DIAL ...
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    2. PHONE OPERATION BY CONTACTS LIST INFORMATION Bluetooth® ● Depending on the type of phone being connected, it may be necessary to perform additional steps on the telephone. ● When “Dial” is selected, the last dialed number will be shown grayed out. Select to redial the number. ● Navigation system only: Select “0/+” to enter “0”. Select and hold to enter “+” for international calls. ● When the missed calls icon or new short message icon is displayed at the bottom, selecting the icon will display the list. To use this function, it is necessary to register the entry. (→P.138) 1 Display the “Phone” menu screen and select “Contacts”. (→P.130) 2 3 Select the “Stored” tab. Select the desired entry. z Select to display and edit the entry information. (→P.140) z If there are 2 or more phone numbers, select the desired number in the list. 4 Check that the connecting screen is displayed. z To cancel a call, select “End call”. 144 ...
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    2. PHONE OPERATION BY PHONE BOOK Calls can be made using the phone book data of the connected cellular phone. The phone book changes depending on the phone connected. 1 Select the “Phone book” tab. Select the desired entry. z If there are 2 or more phone numbers, select the desired number in the list. “Search contact”: Select to search by the contact’s name. z Select to display and edit the entry information. (→P.140) 4 3 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM 2 3 Display the “Phone” menu screen and select “Contacts”. (→P.130) INFORMATION ● When a phone is connected for the first time, its phone book must be downloaded. If the phone book can not be downloaded, a pop-up window will be displayed. ● If the contact does not have phone number stored, the entry will be dimmed. ● The phone book list can be updated. (→P.197) Check that the connecting screen is displayed. z To cancel a call, select “End call”. 145 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(E ...
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    2. PHONE OPERATION BY CALL LISTS Each call list (missed, received, and dialed) stores up to 15 entries. 1 Display the “Phone” menu screen and select “Call lists”. (→P.130) 2 Select the desired tab. z When is selected, the entry is registered in the “Stored” list on the “Contacts” screen. (→P.140) 3 4 Select the desired entry. Check that the connecting screen is displayed. z To cancel a call, select “End call”. CALLING USING A SHORT MESSAGE Calls can be made to a short message sender’s phone number. (→P.154) No. Function 1 Select “Call sender”. 2 Check that the connecting screen is displayed. Select to display all numbers. Select to display missed calls. Select to display received calls. Select to display dialed numbers. z The state of a call is shown by the following icons. z To cancel a call, select “End call”. : Missed : Received : Dialed 146 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. PHONE OPERATION BY POI CALL* Calls can be made to a POI when its details are displayed on the screen. (→P.219, 227) 1 Select . BY SELECTING SOS SCREEN BUTTON* 112 EMERGENCY CALL SUPPORT This feature is used to make a 112 emergency call with the select of a button. 2 This call can only be placed in a country where the 112 emergency call service is available. Check that the connecting screen is displayed. z To cancel a call, select “End call”. 1 Display the “Phone” menu screen and select “Dial”. (→P.130) 2 Select “SOS”. 3 Select “Yes” when the confirmation screen appears. *: Navigation system only 147 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM This function is not available when the hands-free system is not connected. 3 ...
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    2. PHONE OPERATION 4 The following screen will be displayed. z The geographic coordinates of the current location will be displayed at the top-left corner of the screen. z When “...” appears on the screen, select to display the following position details. On freeways: Freeway number, driving direction and next exit. On other roads: Address information. Each time “...” is selected, the screen changes between the geographical coordinates and position details. 148 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. PHONE OPERATION 2. RECEIVING CALLS ON A Bluetooth® PHONE When a call is received, this screen is displayed and a sound is heard. 1 Press the wheel. XCall waiting switch on the steering “Accept”: Select to talk on the phone. “Reject”: Select to reject the call. z The layout of the incoming call screen may differ depending on the information available from the connected phone. INFORMATION ● The other party’s name or number may not be displayed correctly depending on the type of cellular phone you have. ● Ringtone and ringtone volume can also be set. (→P.197) z Pressing the switch on the steering wheel also reject a call. z Ringtone volume can be adjusted by turning the power/volume knob. 2 The following screen is displayed. XSingle call z For details about this screen: →P.150 149 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 3 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM z For details about this screen: →P.150 z The first call is p ...
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    2. PHONE OPERATION 3. TALKING ON A Bluetooth® PHONE While you are talking on a Bluetooth® phone, a telephone conversation screen is displayed. The operations outlined below can be performed on this screen. XSingle call No. Function Select to transfer the call. Select “Transfer” to change from a hands-free call to a cellular phone call. Select “Hands-free” to change from cellular phone call to hands-free call. Displays the name, number and picture (with navigation system only) of the other party. The information shown here may differ depending on the information available from your phone. Displays a call duration. XCall waiting Select to mute your voice to the other party. The icon will be highlighted during mute mode. To cancel muting your voice, select this icon again. Select to change parties. No. Function Select to change to a conference call. Select to hang up the phone. • The switch on the steering wheel can also be pressed to ...
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    2. PHONE OPERATION INFORMATION SENDING TONES 1 2 Select Keypad. Enter the numbers. 3 z Select screen. to return the previous DIALING A SECOND NUMBER 1 2 Select “Dial”. Select the desired method to call. XWhen “Dial number” is selected 3 Enter the number and then select . 151 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM ● When you change from a cellular phone call to a hands-free call, the hands-free screen will be displayed and the call can be operated on the screen. ● Depending on the cellular phone connected, the Bluetooth® connection may be canceled if and when a call is transferred to the cellular phone. ● Transferring methods will be different depending on the type of cellular phone which you have. ● For the operation of the cellular phone, see the manual that comes with your cellular phone. ...
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    2. PHONE OPERATION XWhen “Dial from contacts” is selected ■CHANGING PARTIES 3 1 Select the desired list and then select the desired entry. Select “Swap calls”. z Every time “Swap calls” is selected, the party who is on hold will be switched. z The other party can also be switched by selecting the picture of the desired party (navigation system only) or pressing the switch on the steering wheel. ■CHANGING TO A CONFERENCE XWhen “Dial from call lists” is selected 3 Select the desired list and then select the desired entry. CALL 1 Select “Link calls”. INFORMATION ● Interrupt call operation may differ depending on your phone company and cellular phone. 4 Check that the connecting screen is displayed. z To cancel a call, select “End call”. 5 When a new call has been established, the following screen will be displayed. z The first call is put on hold and the information of the party will be dimmed. z The second call i ...
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    2. PHONE OPERATION ADJUSTING THE RECEIVER VOLUME 1 Turn the power/volume knob to adjust the volume of the other party’s voice. INFORMATION ● The receiver volume can also be adjusted using the volume control switch on the steering wheel. 3 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM 153 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. SHORT MESSAGE FUNCTION 1. SHORT MESSAGE FUNCTION Received short messages can be forwarded from the connected Bluetooth® phone, enabling checking and replying using this system. CHECKING RECEIVED SHORT MESSAGES 1 Display the “Phone” menu screen and select “Messages”. (→P.130) 2 3 Select the “Inbox” tab. ® Depending on the type of Bluetooth phone connected, received short message may not be transferred to the message inbox. Select the desired short message. If the phone does not support the short message function, this function cannot be used. RECEIVING A SHORT MESSAGE When a new short message is received, a pop-up window is displayed on the screen. 1 Select “Show” to check a received short message. 2 Check that the message is displayed. z The state of a message is shown by the following icons. : Read message : Unread message INFORMATION ● This function can be set to on or off. (→P.197) 154 LC150_Navi+MM_O ...
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    3. SHORT MESSAGE FUNCTION 4 Check that the message is displayed. REPLYING TO A SHORT MESSAGE 1 Select “Reply free text” or “Reply template”. z When “Reply template” is selected, select the desired template. 2 No. Function Select to reply to the short message by free text. 3 z The short message will be sent. INFORMATION ● “Reply free text” function is not available while driving. Select to reply to the short message by template. 155 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM Select to call the sender. Enter the message and then select “OK”. ...
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    3. SHORT MESSAGE FUNCTION CHECKING SENT SHORT MESSAGES SENDING A NEW SHORT MESSAGE 1 Display the “Phone” menu screen and select “Messages”. (→P.130) 1 Display the “Phone” menu screen and select “Messages”. (→P.130) 2 3 Select the “Sent” tab. 2 3 Select the “Create new” tab. 4 Enter the message and then select “OK”. (→P.157) 5 Select the desired number/contact to whom the short message should be sent. Select the desired short message. z Navigation system only: The state of a message is shown by the following icons. : Sent succeeded : Sent failed : Sending 4 Select “Create message” or “Use template”. Check that the message is displayed. “Re-send”*: Select to re-send the message. z “Re-send” is displayed if sending the text message has failed. *: Navigation system only 156 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. SHORT MESSAGE FUNCTION XWhen “New number” is selected 6 Enter the number and then select “OK”. CREATE A NEW SHORT MESSAGE z The short message will be sent. ■WHEN “Create message” IS SE- XWhen “Select contact” or “Select from call lists” is selected 1 6 LECTED Select the desired list. Enter the message and then select “OK”. 3 Select the desired contact. z If there are 2 or more phone numbers, select the desired number in the list. z The short message will be sent. ■WHEN “Use template” IS SELECTED 1 Select the desired template. INFORMATION ● The “Create message” and “Prepare template message” functions are not available while driving. : Select to delete the template. 2 Edit the short message and then select “OK”. 157 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM 7 ...
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    3. SHORT MESSAGE FUNCTION REGISTER NEW TEMPLATES INFORMATION ● 10 messages have already been registered to the message template screen. ● Navigation system only: When route guidance is currently active, “I will arrive at XX:XX.” template is available. (“XX:XX” is the current estimated time of arrival.) This template cannot be deleted. ● The cursor’s position can be moved by selecting the desired location in the enter screen. ● The short messages can contain up to 160 characters. If the entered text exceeds the characters available for one short message, a new short message will begin automatically. This is indicated by a separation line and an icon in the enter field, which is shown as soon as there are only 10 characters left for the short message. New templates can be created. Up to 15 templates can be registered. 1 Select “Prepare template message”. 2 Enter the message and then select “OK”. z The message is registered in the template l ...
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    4. WHAT TO DO IF... 1. TROUBLESHOOTING If there is a problem with the hands-free system or a Bluetooth® device, first check the table below. XWhen using the hands-free system with a Bluetooth® device Page Likely cause Solution The hands-free system or Bluetooth® device does not work. The Bluetooth® version of the connected cellular phone may be older than the specified version. Use a cellular phone with Bluetooth® version 1.1 or higher (recommended: Ver. 3.0 +EDR or higher). Cellular phone This system 3 ∗ 180, 190 159 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM Symptom ...
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    4. WHAT TO DO IF... XWhen pairing/connecting a cellular phone Page Symptom A cellular phone cannot be paired. Likely cause Solution An incorrect passcode was entered on the cellular phone. Cellular phone This system Enter the correct passcode on the cellular phone. *  The pairing operation has not been completed on the cellular phone side. Complete the pairing operation on the cellular phone (approve pairing on the telephone). *  Old pairing information remains on either this system or the cellular phone. Delete the existing pairing information from both this system and the cellular phone, then pair the cellular phone you wish to connect to this system. * 182, 193 160 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. WHAT TO DO IF... Page Symptom ® A Bluetooth connection cannot be made. Solution Another Bluetooth® device is already connected. Manually connect the cellular phone you wish to use to this system. Bluetooth® function is not enabled on the cellular phone. Enable the Bluetooth® function on the cellular phone. Cellular phone This system  182, 192 3  * Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM Likely cause 161 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. WHAT TO DO IF... Page Symptom Likely cause Solution Cellular phone This system  176, 185 * 182, 192 XVehicles without smart entry & start system Automatic Bluetooth® connection on this system is set to off. A Bluetooth® connection cannot be made. Set automatic Bluetooth® connection on this system to on when the engine switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position. XVehicles with smart entry & start system Set automatic Bluetooth® connection on this system to on when the engine switch is turned to ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode. Old registration information remains on either this system or the cellular phone. Delete the existing registration information from both this system and the cellular phone, then register the cellular phone you wish to connect to this system. 162 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. WHAT TO DO IF... XWhen making/receiving a call Page Symptom A call cannot made/received. be Likely cause Solution Your vehicle is in a no service area. Move to an area where the service signal appears on the display. Cellular phone This system   3 XWhen using the phone book Likely cause Solution Phone book data cannot be transferred manually/automatically. Transfer operation on the cellular phone has not completed. Complete transfer operation on the cellular phone (approve transfer operation on the phone). Cellular phone This system *  163 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM Page Symptom ...
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    4. WHAT TO DO IF... XWhen using the Bluetooth® message function Page Symptom Likely cause Solution Messages cannot be viewed. Message transfer is not enabled on the cellular phone. New message notifications are not displayed. Notification of SMS/E-mail reception on this system is set to off. Cellular phone This system Enable message transfer on the cellular phone (approve message transfer on the telephone). *  Set notification of SMS/E-mail reception on this system to on. * 197 164 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. WHAT TO DO IF... XIn other situations Page Symptom Solution The cellular phone is not close enough to this system. Bring the cellular phone closer to this system. The cellular phone is the most likely cause of the symptom. Cellular phone This system   3 Turn the cellular phone off, remove and reinstall the battery pack, and then restart the cellular phone. *  Enable the cellular phone’s Bluetooth® connection. *  Stop the cellular phone’s security software and close all applications. *  Before using an application installed on the cellular phone, carefully check its source and how its operation might affect this system. *  Bluetooth® HANDS-FREE SYSTEM Even though all conceivable measures have been taken, the symptom status does not change. Likely cause *: For details, refer to the owner’s manual that came with the cellular phone. 165 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 ...
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    4. WHAT TO DO IF... 166 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4 1 SETUP 2 1 SETUP OPERATION 1. QUICK REFERENCE .................. 168 3 2. GENERAL SETTINGS................. 170 GENERAL SETTINGS SCREEN ........ 170 4 3. DISPLAY SETTINGS................... 173 4. Bluetooth® SETTINGS ............... 176 5 Bluetooth® FUNCTION ON/OFF ......... 176 PAIRING A Bluetooth® DEVICE ......... 177 PAIRED DEVICE LIST ........................ 182 EDITING THE SYSTEM NAME .......... 183 SETTING PIN...................................... 183 5. CONNECTIVITY SETTINGS ....... 184 Bluetooth® SETTINGS ........................ 184 QUICK SETUP OF AN INTERNET CONNECTION.................................. 194 TOYOTA WEB ACCOUNT SETTINGS ........................................ 195 6. TELEPHONE SETTINGS ............ 197 7. AUDIO SETTINGS....................... 198 Some of the functions cannot be operated while driving. 167 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.01.09 17:31 6 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION 1. QUICK REFERENCE To customise the function settings, press the “SETUP” button. ■“Setup” SCREEN XMultimedia system XNavigation system 168 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION No. Function Page Select to set language, operation sound, etc. 170 Select to adjust the contrast and brightness of the screens, turn the screen off, etc. 173 Select to adjust sound. 198 Select to connect to Bluetooth® devices. Settings are available for Bluetooth® phones and Bluetooth® audio devices. 176 Select to connect. Settings are available for Bluetooth® phones, Bluetooth® audio devices, internet devices via Bluetooth®, internet connection methods and Toyota web account. 184 Select to adjust phone sound, set a phone book, etc. 197 “Owner’s Manual” 169 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 SETUP Select to set the Toyota parking assist-sensor settings. 4 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION 2. GENERAL SETTINGS Settings are available for language selection, operation sounds, etc. 1 2 Display the “Setup” screen. (→P.168) 3 Select items to be set. GENERAL SETTINGS SCREEN Select “General”. 170 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION No. *1 Function Function Select to change the language. XMultimedia system Select to set the volume for the phone/navigation. (→P.172) XNavigation system Select to change the unit of measure for distance. Select to set the beep sounds on/ off. *2 No. Select to set animations on/off. *1 The entries stored in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen and “Contacts” screen (→P.138, 247) can be transferred to a USB memory. (→P.256) *1 “vCard” formatted data can be transferred from a USB memory to this system. Transferred addresses and numbers will be stored in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen and “Contacts” screen. (→P.257) Select to display the system information. Select the “Audio information” on the screen to switch to the second page. Select to display the open source information. Notices related to third party software used in this product are enlisted. (This includes instruc ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION VOLUME SETTINGS Volume is shown numerically for each of the different functions. 1 Display the general settings screen. (→P.170) 2 3 Select “Volume settings”. Select “+” or “-” to adjust the volume. No. * DELETE ALL PERSONAL DATA 1 Display the general settings screen. (→P.170) 2 3 Select “Delete all personal data”. Select “Yes” when the confirmation screen appears. z Registered or changed personal settings will be deleted or returned to their default conditions. Item Navigation prompt volume. Reception volume for phone calls Sending volume for phone calls Ringtone volume. *: Navigation system only 172 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION 3. DISPLAY SETTINGS The contrast and brightness of the screen display and the image of the camera display can be adjusted. The screen can also be turned off, and/or changed to either day or night mode. 1 2 Display the “Setup” screen. (→P.168) Select “Display”. No. Function Page Select to set day mode on/ off. 174 Select to turn the screen off. To turn it on, press any button on the audio panel.  Select or to adjust the contrast of display. • : Increases the contrast of the screen • : Decreases the contrast of the screen  4 3 Select items to be set. • • : Brightens screen the  : Darkens the screen Select to adjust the camera display. 174 Select to adjust the video display. 175 INFORMATION ● Contrast and brightness can be adjusted by touching and dragging the marker on the screen with your finger or touching the desired position on the scale. 173 LC150_Nav ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION CHANGING BETWEEN DAY AND NIGHT MODE Depending on the position of the headlight switch, the screen changes to day or night mode. This feature is available when the headlight is switched on. 1 Display the display settings screen. (→P.173) 2 Select “Day mode”. ADJUSTING THE CAMERA DISPLAY The contrast and brightness of the camera display can be adjusted. 1 Display the display settings screen. (→P.173) 2 Select “Camera”. 3 Select or or brightness. to adjust the contrast INFORMATION ● If the screen is set to day mode with the headlight switch turned on, this condition is memorized even when the engine switch is in the following status. XVehicles without a smart entry & start system The engine switch is turned to the “LOCK” position. XVehicles with a smart entry & start system The engine switch is turned off. No. Function Contrast : Increases the contrast of the screen : Decreases the contr ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION ADJUSTING THE VIDEO DISPLAY The aspect ratio, contrast, brightness, tone and colour of the video display can be adjusted according to the brightness of your surroundings. 1 2 3 Display the display settings screen. (→P.173) Select “Video”. No. Function Select or to adjust the brightness of video display. • : Brightens the screen • : Darkens the screen Select or to adjust the tone of video display. : Strengthens the tone of the screen • : Weakens the tone of the screen Select or to adjust the colour of video display. No. Function Select to select the aspect ratio to normal, full and zoom. Select or to adjust the contrast of video display. • : Increases the contrast of the screen • : Decreases the contrast of the screen • : Strengthens colour of the screen • : Strengthens the red colour of the screen the green INFORMATION ● Contrast, brigh ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION 4. Bluetooth® SETTINGS 1 2 3 Display the “Setup” screen. (→P.168) Select “Bluetooth*”. The following screen will be displayed. Bluetooth® FUNCTION ON/ OFF 1 Display the Bluetooth® screen. (→P.176) 2 Select “Bluetooth*”. settings When “Bluetooth*” is on: XVehicles with a smart entry & start system Function Bluetooth® function on/off Pairing a Bluetooth® device Page 176 177 Paired device list 182 Editing the system name 183 Setting PIN 183 The Bluetooth® device is automatically connected when the engine switch is turned to ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode. XVehicles without a smart entry & start system The Bluetooth® device is automatically connected when the engine switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position. When “Bluetooth*” is off: The Bluetooth® device is disconnected, and the system will not connect to it next time. z Even if the Bluetooth® function is set to off, it will turn o ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION 3 PAIRING A Bluetooth® DEVICE When this screen is displayed, search the screen for the device name of your Bluetooth® device. Up to 4 Bluetooth® devices can be paired. A paired device can be connected to any of its supported profiles such as phone (HFP), music (A2DP). ADDING A NEW DEVICE Display the Bluetooth® screen. (→P.176) 2 Select “Add new device”. settings XWhen another Bluetooth® device is connected z To disconnect the Bluetooth® device, select “YES”. XWhen 4 Bluetooth® devices have already been paired z A paired device needs to be replaced. Select “OK”, and select the device to be replaced. z To cancel “Cancel”. 4 the registration, select 4 Pairing the Bluetooth® device using your Bluetooth® device. z 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 di ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION 5 Check that the following screen is displayed. z Once you have connected the Bluetooth® device, it is automatically connected whenever the engine switch is in the following. XVehicles with a smart entry & start system The engine switch is turned to ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode. XIf the automatic connection failed, the following screen will be displayed. Select the desired profile to be connected. XVehicles without a smart entry & start system The engine switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position. INFORMATION No. Function Select to connect phone profile. Page the ● For details on device detection and the operation of your Bluetooth® device, see the manual that comes with the Bluetooth® device. ● The music profiles the paired device supports can be connected individually as desired. Some devices do not allow individual profiles to be connected. 182 Select to connect the music profile. 182 Select to conn ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION RECONNECTING Bluetooth® DEVICE If a Bluetooth® device is disconnected due to poor reception from the Bluetooth® network when the engine switch is in the following, the system automatically reconnects the Bluetooth® device. XVehicles with a smart entry & start system 4 The engine switch is turned to ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode. SETUP XVehicles without a smart entry & start system The engine switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position. z If the Bluetooth® device is disconnected on purpose, such as it was turned off, this does not happen. Reconnect it manually using either of the following methods: • Select a portable Bluetooth® device again. (→P.182) • Connect the audio profile/phone profile. (→P.182) 179 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION PROFILES This system supports the following services. Bluetooth® device Bluetooth® Phone/ Bluetooth® Audio Player Specification Bluetooth® Specification Bluetooth® device Bluetooth® Phone Bluetooth® Audio Player Profile Function Registering a Bluetooth® device Function Requirements Recommendations Ver. 1.1 Ver.3.0 +EDR Requirements Recommendations HFP (Hands-Free Profile) Hands-free system Ver. 1.0 Ver. 1.6 PBAP (Phone Book Access Profile) Transferring the contacts Ver. 1.0 Ver. 1.1 MAP (Message Access Profile) Bluetooth® phone message Ver. 1.0  Ver. 1.0 Ver. 1.2 Ver. 1.0 Ver. 1.4 A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) Bluetooth® audio system INFORMATION ● If your cellular phone does not support HFP, registering the Bluetooth® phone or using PBAP or MAP profiles individually will not be pos ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION STATUS DISPLAY The condition of the Bluetooth® connection, as well as the level of reception and the amount of device battery charge left, are displayed on the status bar. INFORMATION ● An antenna for the Bluetooth® connection is built into the instrument panel. The system may not function when you use the Bluetooth® device in the following conditions and places: • When the device is obstructed by certain objects (such as when it is behind the seat or in the glove box and console box). • When the device touches or is covered with metal materials. 4 SETUP No. Function Displays the charge level of the device’s battery • The amount displayed does not always correspond with the amount displayed on the device. The amount of battery charge left may not be displayed depending on the device. This system does not have a charging function. • If this information is not available from the connected device, the icon will be shown with a ques ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION 4 PAIRED DEVICE LIST Check that the following screen is displayed. Each profile connection status can be changed from the “Paired device list”. 1 Display the Bluetooth® screen. (→P.176) 2 3 Select “Paired device list”. settings Select the desired device. No. z Dimmed icons can be selected to connect to the function directly. z The tone of the icons show which profiles the device supports. (Dimmed icons are not available.) z The device’s currently connected profiles are highlighted. Function Page Select to change the device name. 183 Select to delete the paired device. 183 Select to connect/disconnect individually a paired device’s profiles.  XWhen “Connect all” is displayed • Select to connect all supported profiles. XWhen “Disconnect all” is displayed  • Select to disconnect all supported profiles. 182 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION CHANGING THE DEVICE NAME 1 2 Select “Rename”. Enter the device name and then select “OK”. DELETING A PAIRED DEVICE 1 2 Select “Delete pairing”. Select “Yes” when the confirmation screen appears. EDITING THE SYSTEM NAME 1 Display the Bluetooth® screen. (→P.176) 2 3 Select “Set system name”. settings Enter a name and then select “OK”. SETTING PIN Display the Bluetooth® screen. (→P.176) 2 3 Select “Set PIN for pairing”. settings Enter the desired number and then select “OK”. z A PIN code must be 4 digits. 183 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 4 SETUP 1 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION 5. CONNECTIVITY SETTINGS∗ Settings are available for Bluetooth® devices, internet connection methods and Toyota web account. 1 2 Display the “Setup” screen. (→P.168) 3 Select items to be set. Select “Connectivity”. Bluetooth® SETTINGS 1 Display the connectivity screen. (→P.184) 2 3 Select “Bluetooth*”. Select items to be set. Function ® Bluetooth function on/off ® No. Function Page settings Page 185 Pairing a Bluetooth device 185 Paired device list 192 Setting charge warnings 193 Setting the system name and PIN 194 *: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Select to display a submenu for Bluetooth® where you can connect phone, audio devices and internet devices via Bluetooth®. 184 Select to search for available internet connection methods. 194 Select to add or change your Toyota web account. 195 ∗ : Navigation system only 184 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION Bluetooth® FUNCTION ON/OFF 1 Select “Bluetooth*”. When “Bluetooth*” is on: XVehicles with a smart entry & start system PAIRING A Bluetooth® DEVICE Up to 4 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 Bluetooth® device is automatically connected when the engine switch is turned to ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode. ■PARING FROM THE SYSTEM XVehicles without a smart entry & start system XWhen another Bluetooth® device is connected The Bluetooth® device is automatically connected when the engine switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position. When “Bluetooth*” is off: z To disconnect the Bluetooth® device, select “YES”. The Bluetooth® device is disconnected, and the system will not connect to it next time. z A paired device needs to be replaced. Select “OK”, and select the device to be replaced. Sel ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION 3 Confirm the PIN. z 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 message. 4 Check that the following screen is displayed. XIf the automatic connection failed, the following screen will be displayed. Select the desired profile to be connected. No. Function Select to connect phone profile. Page the 190 Select to connect the music profile. 190 Select to connect the internet profile. 188 Select to connect all profiles. 190 z The system waits for connection requests coming from the paired device. All requested profiles are connected automatically. z Internet profile is not connected automatically. For details on connecting internet profile. (→P.188) ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION z Once you have connected the Bluetooth® device, it is automatically connected whenever the engine switch is in the following. XVehicles with a smart entry & start system The engine switch is turned to ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode. XVehicles without a smart entry & start system The engine switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position. INFORMATION ■PARING FROM THE DEVICE 1 Select “Make system discoverable”. XWhen another Bluetooth® device is connected z To disconnect the Bluetooth® device, select “YES”. XWhen 4 Bluetooth® devices have already been paired z A paired device needs to be replaced. Select “OK”, and select the device to be replaced. 2 z To cancel “Cancel”. 3 the registration, select Pairing the Bluetooth® device using your Bluetooth® device. z A PIN code is not required for SSP (Secure Simple Pairing) compatible Bluetooth® devices. Depending on the type of Bluetooth® device being connected a m ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION ■LOGIN PROCESS INTERNET PROFILE XIf “Connect for Internet” is selected 1 XIf is selected 1 Select 2 Follow the steps “LOGIN PROCESS INTERNET PROFILE” from “STEP 2”. (→P.188) . Select “Connect for Internet”. z If the automatic connection failed, the following screen will be displayed. Select the desired provider to be connected. 2 Select the desired provider. 3 Select “Provider username”, “Provider password” or “APN” and enter the name, password or APN. 4 Select “Confirm information”. provider 188 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION ■RECONNECTING Bluetooth® DEVICE If a Bluetooth® device is disconnected due to poor reception from the Bluetooth® network when the engine switch is in the following, the system automatically reconnects the ® Bluetooth device. XVehicles with a smart entry & start system 4 The engine switch is turned to ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode. SETUP XVehicles without a smart entry & start system The engine switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position. z If the Bluetooth® device is disconnected on purpose, such as it was turned off, this does not happen. Reconnect it manually using either of the following methods: • Select a Bluetooth® device again. (→P.192) • Connect the audio profile/phone profile. (→P.190) 189 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION ■PROFILES This system supports the following services. Bluetooth® device Bluetooth® Phone/ Bluetooth® Audio Player Specification Bluetooth® Specification Bluetooth® device Bluetooth Phone Profile Registering a Bluetooth® device Function Requirements Recommendations Ver. 1.1 Ver.3.0 +EDR Requirements Recommendations HFP (Hands-Free Profile) Hands-free system Ver. 1.0 Ver. 1.6 PBAP (Phone Book Access Profile) Transferring the contacts Ver. 1.0 Ver. 1.1 MAP (Message Access Profile) Bluetooth® phone message Ver. 1.0  Ver. 1.1  Ver. 1.0  Ver. 1.0 Ver. 1.2 Ver. 1.0 Ver. 1.4 ® DUN (Dial-up Networking Profile) PAN (Personal Area Networking) Bluetooth® Audio Player Function A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) Connected service Bluetooth® audio system INFORMATION ● If your c ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION ■STATUS DISPLAY The condition of the Bluetooth® connection, as well as the level of reception and the amount of device battery charge left, are displayed on the status bar. INFORMATION ● An antenna for the Bluetooth® connection is built into the instrument panel. The system may not function when you use the Bluetooth® device in the following conditions and places: • When the device is obstructed by certain objects (such as when it is behind the seat or in the glove box and console box). • When the device touches or is covered with metal materials. 4 SETUP No. Function Displays the charge level of the device’s battery • The amount displayed does not always correspond with the amount displayed on the device. The amount of battery charge left may not be displayed depending on the device. This system does not have a charging function. • If this information is not available from the connected device, the icon will be shown with a que ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION PAIRED DEVICE LIST 3 Check that the following screen is displayed. Each profile connection status can be changed from the “Paired device list”. 1 2 Select “Paired device list”. Select the desired device. No. z Dimmed icons can be selected to connect to the function directly. z The tone of the icons show which profiles the device supports. (Dimmed icons are not available.) z The device’s currently connected profiles are highlighted. Function Page Select to change the device name. 193 Select to delete the paired device. 193 Select to connect/disconnect individually a paired device’s profiles.  XWhen “Connect all” displayed • Select to connect all supported profiles. XWhen “Disconnect all” displayed  • Select to disconnect all supported profiles. 192 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION ■CHANGING THE DEVICE NAME 1 2 Select “Rename”. Enter the device name and then select “OK”. SETTING CHARGE WARNINGS 1 2 Select “Charge warnings”. Select items to be set. ■DELETING A PAIRED DEVICE 1 2 Select “Delete pairing”. Select “Yes” when the confirmation screen appears. 4 No. Function Enable to set the roaming warning function on/off. 193 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 SETUP Enable to set the cost warnings function on/off. When set to on, a pop-up window will be displayed. ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION SETTING THE SYSTEM NAME AND PIN 1 2 Select “Set system name and PIN”. Select item to be set. QUICK SETUP OF AN INTERNET CONNECTION This function is a shortcut for an internet connection. 1 Display the connectivity screen. (→P.184) 2 Select “Connect me to Internet”. settings z When an Internet connection is already active, a popup window is displayed. To return to the previous screen, select the “OK”. No. Function 3 Select the desired device. Select to enter a name. To confirm, select “OK”. Select to enter a desired number. To confirm, select “OK”. • A PIN code must be 4 digits. z The system search for devices which support the Internet profile. 4 Select “Provider username”, “Provider password” or “APN” and enter the name, password or APN. 5 Select “Confirm information”. provider 194 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION ADDING A NEW ACCOUNT OR CHANGING AN ACCOUNT DETAILS TOYOTA WEB ACCOUNT SETTINGS The following detailed Toyota web account settings can be set. 1 Display the connectivity screen. (→P.184) 2 3 Select “Toyota web account”. settings 1 Display the Toyota web account settings screen. (→P.195) 2 Select “Change account”. 3 Select “New account” or . Select items to be set. 4 SETUP No. Function Shows active account Select to add a new account or change to another account. (→P.195) Select to receive the remotely customised vehicle settings data from the Toyota portal site. Select to send the vehicle’s settings data that can be customised remotely to the Toyota portal site. 195 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION 4 Select items to be set. ■DELETING USER NAME AND PASSWORD 1 2 No. Select “Delete account”. Select “Yes” when the confirmation screen appears. Function Select to enter a username. To confirm, select “OK”. Select to enter a password. To confirm, select “OK”. Select to turn the remember user login information function on or off. When this function is activated, the entered user login information will be remembered for every user login. Select to turn the automatic download of POIs and routes function on or off. When this function is activated, the POIs and routes from the server will be downloaded automatically and saved in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen. (→P.247) Select to delete your Toyota web account from the multimedia system. (→P.196) 196 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION 6. TELEPHONE SETTINGS Settings are available for ringtone selection, announcing incoming short messages and e-mails etc. 1 2 Display the “Setup” screen. (→P.168) Select “Phone”. No. Function Select to set the incoming short message announcement function on/off. Select to set the incoming e-mail announcement function on/off. Select to set the desired ringtone. Select items to be set. INFORMATION ● The current setting of each item is displayed on its right. 197 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 4 SETUP 3 Select to update the phone book of the connected phone manually. The updating takes place by referring to the phone book lists in the navigation/multimedia system phone. (→P.138, 247) ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION 7. AUDIO SETTINGS 1 Display the “Setup” menu screen. (→P.168) 2 Select “Audio”. 3 TONE How good an audio program sounds is largely determined by the mix of the treble, mid and bass levels. In fact, different kinds of music and vocal programs usually sound better with different mixes of treble, mid and bass. Select items to be set. 1 Display the audio settings screen. (→P.198) 2 Select “Bass/Mid/Treble”. 3 Adjust the level of the bass, mid and treble selecting No. Function Page Select to adjust the bass/ mid/treble. 198 Select to adjust the balance/fader. 199 Select to set the ASL on/ off. 199 Select to set the surround on/off. 199 or . 198 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. SETUP OPERATION BALANCE INFORMATION A good balance of the left and right stereo channels and of the front and rear sound levels is also important. Keep in mind that when listening to a stereo recording or broadcast, changing the right/left balance will increase the volume of one group of sounds while decreasing the volume of another. Display the audio settings screen. (→P.198) 2 3 Select “Balance/Fader”. Adjust the balance or fader using arrows. No. AUTOMATIC SOUND LEVELIZER (ASL) The system adjusts to the optimum volume and tone quality according to vehicle speed to compensate for increased vehicle noise. SURROUND SOUND This function can create a feeling of presence. Function Fader Increases the volume to the front side Fader Increases the volume to the rear side Balance Increases the volume to the left side Balance Increases the volume to the right side 4 SETUP 1 ● Sound balance can also be adjusted by t ...
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    1 BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 1. QUICK REFERENCE................... 202 2. DISPLAYING THE NAVIGATION SCREEN .................................... 207 3 1. DESTINATION SEARCH INDEX........................................ 224 2. SEARCH OPERATION ............... 225 DISPLAYING MAP SCREEN .............. 207 SEARCHING BY REGISTERED POINTS............................................. 225 DISPLAYING THE NAVIGATION MENU SCREEN ............................... 208 SEARCHING FROM PREVIOUS DESTINATIONS................................ 225 SEARCHING BY PHONE BOOK ........ 226 3. NAVIGATION SYSTEM FUNCTION INDEX..................... 210 2 DESTINATION SEARCH SEARCHING BY ADDRESS ............... 226 SEARCHING BY POIs* ....................... 227 SEARCHING ON THE MAP ................ 230 MAP SCREEN OPERATION AND MAP ICONS 1. MAP SCREEN OPERATION ....... 212 CURRENT VEHICLE POSITION DISPLAY........................................... 212 SCRE ...
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    5 1 NAVIGATION SYSTEM 2 3. SETTING AND DELETING THE ROUTE.............................. 238 STOPPING ROUTE GUIDANCE ......... 239 ADDING AND EDITING STOPOVERS .................................... 239 DISPLAYING ROUTE INFORMATION ................................. 241 6 1. MAP SETTINGS .......................... 258 DETOURING A SEGMENT ON THE ROUTE ............................... 243 2. ROUTE SETTINGS...................... 261 3. TRAFFIC MESSAGE SETTINGS ................................. 262 6 NAVIGATION SYSTEM INFORMATION MY DESTINATIONS REGISTERING A NEW ENTRY .......... 247 2. DISPLAYING AND EDITING THE ENTRY INFORMATION ......................... 253 5 TRAFFIC MESSAGE SETTINGS ....... 262 7 1. REGISTERING AN ENTRY......... 247 4 SETTING THE ROUTE OPTIONS ...... 261 RECALCULATING THE ROUTE BY THE TRAFFIC MESSAGES ........ 245 5 3 SETTING THE MAP............................ 258 DISPLAYING THE TURN LIST. ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 1. QUICK REFERENCE ■“Navigation” MENU SCREEN To display the “Navigation” menu screen, select “NAV” on the map or press the “MAP/NAV” button. When “NAV” is selected or the “MAP/NAV” button is pressed, the screen that was last displayed is returned to. Select or press the “MAP/NAV” button again to display the “Navigation” menu screen. From this screen, destinations can be entered and route-related settings can be changed. 202 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION No. Function Page Select to display the “My destinations” screen. A destination can be entered by selecting an item from the list of stored destinations, previous destinations or the addresses from the connected phone’s phone book. 208 Select to display the “Enter destination” screen. A destination can be entered by address, POI or using advanced options. 209 Select to display the “Traffic messages” screen. It contains a list of traffic messages relating to the set route, all traffic messages and warnings. 209 Select to display the “Route options” screen. The route preferences and avoidance criteria can be adjusted. 209 Select the corresponding icon to change to the “My destinations”, “Enter destination”, “Traffic messages” or “Route options” screen.  5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM 203 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION ■OVERVIEW GUIDANCE SCREEN 204 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION No. Function Page Displays the distance, the estimated arrival time or remaining time to the destination. 235 Displays the distance to the next turn with the arrow indicating the turn direction. 235  Guidance route 214 This symbol indicates a map layout. Selecting this symbol changes the map layout. 214 Select to change map modes between the normal map and traffic map. 220 Select to repeat the last navigation announcement. 236 Select to display the “Navigation” menu screen. 202 Select to display the options screen. 206 Current position 212 Displays the name of the current street or the next street. (when approaching a maneuver point)  Displays traffic message icon and traffic congestion.  5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM Select to change the map scale. 205 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION ■OPTIONS SCREEN To display the options screen, select No. * on the map. Function Page Select to stop the current route guidance. 239 Select to change the map setting. 258 * Select to display the destination and stopover information. The route preferences and the avoidance criteria for the route calculation can be changed. 241 * Select to display a list of the different segments of the route. It is also possible to define a detour. 242 * Select to block a fixed distance on the road ahead. 243 Select to display the current location, geo-coordinates and GPS information. 212 *: During route guidance 206 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 2. DISPLAYING THE NAVIGATION SCREEN DISPLAYING MAP SCREEN 1 Press the “MAP/NAV” button. z When the “MAP/NAV” button is pressed, any of the navigation screens is displayed, press the “MAP/NAV” button again. 2 INFORMATION X Vehicles with a smart entry & start system ● The caution screen will be displayed when the screen is changed to the map screen for the first time after the engine switch is turned to ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode. X Vehicles without a smart entry & start system ● The caution screen will be displayed when the screen is changed to the map screen for the first time after the engine switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position. 5 Select “Confirm”. NAVIGATION SYSTEM z After about a few seconds, the caution screen automatically switches to the map screen. 207 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION DISPLAYING THE NAVIGATION MENU SCREEN 1 2 Check that the “Navigation” menu is displayed. Select “NAV” on the map or press the “MAP/NAV” button. No. Function Select to display destinations” screen. the “My Select to display destination” screen. the “Enter Select to display messages” screen. the “Traffic Select to display the “Route options” screen. z When “NAV” is selected or the “MAP/ NAV” button is pressed, the screen that was last displayed is returned to. Select or press the “MAP/NAV” button to display the “Navigation” menu screen. ■“My destinations” screen z This screen can be displayed by selecting on any of the navigation screens. 208 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION ■“Enter destination” screen z This screen can be displayed by selecting on any of the navigation screens. ■“Traffic messages” screen 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM z This screen can be displayed by selecting on any of the navigation screens. ■“Route options” screen z This screen can be displayed by selecting on any of the navigation screens. 209 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 3. NAVIGATION SYSTEM FUNCTION INDEX XMap Displaying maps Page Viewing the map screen 207 Displaying the current vehicle position 212 Viewing the current vehicle position vicinity map 213 Changing the scale 214 Changing the map layout 214 Displaying various information on the map 216 Displaying Point of Interest Icons 216 Viewing traffic messages 220 Searching destination Page Searching the destination 225 Setting the entry registered with the system as the destination 225 XRoute guidance Before starting route guidance Page Recalculating the route 233 Viewing alternative routes 232 Starting route guidance 232 Before starting or during route guidance Page Viewing the route 241 Adding destinations 239 Recalculating the route 233 Changing the estimated arrival time and remaining time display 235 During route guidance Page ...
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    1. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION XMemory point Memory point Page Registering the entry 247 Editing the entry 253 Loading the entry from external devices 251 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM 211 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION AND MAP ICONS 1. MAP SCREEN OPERATION CURRENT VEHICLE POSITION DISPLAY When starting the navigation system, the current position is displayed first. This screen displays the current vehicle position and a map of the surrounding area. ■CURRENT LOCATION AND GPS INFORMATION 1 Select 2 Select “Location information”. 3 Check that current location information is displayed. on the map. & GPS z The current vehicle position mark appears in the centre of the map screen. INFORMATION ● While driving, the current vehicle position mark is fixed on the screen and the map moves. ● The current position is automatically set as the vehicle receives signals from the GPS (Global Positioning System). If the current position is not correct, it is automatically corrected after the vehicle receives signals from the GPS. ● After battery disconnection, or on a new vehicle, the current position may not be correct. As soon as the syste ...
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    2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION AND MAP ICONS SCREEN SCROLL OPERATION When any point on the map is selected, that point moves to the centre of the screen and is shown by the cursor mark z When “Go” is selected, the starting route guidance screen is displayed. (→P.232) z When “Save” is selected, the point is registered in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen. (→P.247) . 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM z If a finger is continuously held on the screen, the map will continue scrolling in that direction until the finger is removed. z A street name or geo-coordinates of the selected point will be shown, depending on the scale of the map. z After the screen is scrolled, the map remains centred at the selected location until another function is activated. The current vehicle position mark will continue to move along your actual route and may move off the screen. When is selected, the current vehicle position mark returns to the centre of the screen and the map ...
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    2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION AND MAP ICONS CHANGING MAP LAYOUT MAP CONFIGURATIONS CHANGING MAP SCALE 1 1 Select the map layout button. Select the zoom bar button. z Each time the map layout button is selected, the map layout changes as follows: 2 Select “+” or “-” to change the scale of the map screen. 3D heading ( ( ) → 2D north ( ) → 2D heading ) z The scale of the map screen can also be changed the following ways: • Selecting the desired scale point. • Dragging the scale bar marking to the desired point. • Turning the tune/scroll knob. INFORMATION ● The scale range is from 10 m to 500 km (150 ft. to 250 miles). ● The scale has been changed, the new scale indicator will be displayed for a while. 214 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION AND MAP ICONS X3D heading X2D heading 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM X2D north INFORMATION ● Map layout can be also changed by selecting (→P.258) then “Map settings”. 215 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION AND MAP ICONS 2. MAP ICONS DISPLAYING VARIOUS INFORMATION ON THE MAP Various information can be displayed on the map. ■SPEED LIMITS The speed limit of the road currently being travelled on can be displayed. POI ICONS DISPLAYING POI ICONS Points of Interest such as petrol stations and restaurants can be displayed on the map screen. Their location can also be set as a destination. INFORMATION ■SAFETY CAMERAS ● A particular type of POI icons displayed on the screen can be selected. (→P.259) Safety cameras can be displayed as icons on the map. INFORMATION ● The above items will be displayed depending on the map scale. ● The above items will be displayed depending on the available map data. ● The displaying of the above items can be switched off. (→P.258) 216 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION AND MAP ICONS ■LIST OF POI ICONS Icon XPublic Icon Name Business, B. Company, B. General, B. facility Name Medical, Doctor, Health & Care Library Ambulance, Hospital/Polyclinic College/University Fire Station School Police Station Tourist office Phone Box, Communication Cemetery, funeral director 5 Dentist Veterinarian Community XTraffic Court house Icon Place of worship Accommodation, Hotel/Motel Name Car Dealer/Repairer, Repair Facility, Repair General, Car Wash, Tyre Repair Car Dealer Pharmacy Convention Centre, Exhibition Centre Finance, Bank Highway Exit Airport, Dep. /Arrival, Ground, International, Domestic Cash Dispenser Bus Terminal, Bus Stop, Transportation, Public Transp. Stop, Transport general Post Office Railway Station 217 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 NAVIGATION SYSTEM Government Office, Institution, City hall, Community ge ...
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    2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION AND MAP ICONS Icon Name Icon Name Metropolitan Train Casino Petrol Station Cafe/Bar, Cafe Restaurant, French, Belgian, Chinese, German, Greek, Vegetarian, Fast Food, Grill, Sea Food, Sandwich, Steak... Rent-a-Car,-Facility, -Parking Ferry Terminal Parking, Open Parking Area, P. Area general XSport Icon Name Sport, Sport General, sport activities Parking Garage Open P.A. P+R Golf Course Rest Area Race Track Motoring Organization, Automobile Club Stadium, Sports Centre, Hippodrome Mover, Moving Company Water Sports Motorcycle Dealer Bowling XClubbing Ski resorts Icon Name XLeisure Multiple POI Icon Bar, Nightlife Name Amusement Park Leisure, Cultural Centre, Theater, Music Centre, Concert Hall Winery Cinema Museum 218 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION AND MAP ICONS Icon DISPLAYING POI INFORMATION Name Shopping, Market Place, Shopping Centre, Factory Outlet Shop, Department Store, Drive-through-bottle-shop Tourist Attractions, Important Tourist Attractions 1 Select the desired POI icon on the map. 2 Select . XOne POI Park/Recreational Area Yacht Basin, Harbour Camping Ground 5 Grocery Store XMultiple POI NAVIGATION SYSTEM Historical Monument RV Park, Camping Bookstore Hair & Beauty Photography Shoestore Wine & Liquor Clothing Cleaning & Laundry 219 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION AND MAP ICONS 3 Check that the POI information is displayed. TRAFFIC MESSAGES CHANGING TO TRAFFIC MAP MODE The map screen can change modes to normal map mode or traffic map mode. 1 No. Function Page Select to call the registered telephone number. 147 Select to register the point in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen. 247 Select to display the starting route guidance screen. 232 Select the traffic icon. z Each time the traffic icon is selected, the map mode changes. 220 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION AND MAP ICONS XNormal map mode DISPLAYING DETAILED TRAFFIC INFORMATION ■DISPLAYING DETAILED TRAFFIC MESSAGE ICONS 1 Select the desired traffic message icon on the map. 2 Check that the traffic message information is displayed. XTraffic map mode NAVIGATION SYSTEM z Traffic message icons and speed limit display are shown. z Traffic flow information is highlighted. 5 221 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION AND MAP ICONS ■DISPLAYING TRAFFIC MESSAGE 3 Select the desired message. LIST 1 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “Traffic messages”. (→P.208) 2 Select the desired tab to select the list. No. Information Route segment If route segment is not available, information such as street name, city name, region or country will be displayed. No. Function Select to display the traffic messages relating to the set route. Select to display all traffic messages. Select to display traffic messages with warnings. : Icon of an incident : Icon of an incident on the route : Icon of an incident on the detoured route Distance to incident and direction from vehicle Select to update the traffic information. This function is available when “Refresh setting” is set to “Manual”. (→P.264) 222 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. MAP SCREEN OPERATION AND MAP ICONS 4 Check that the traffic message is displayed. ■LIST OF TRAFFIC MESSAGE ICONS Icon Name Slippery Bad weather z “Detour”/“Detour off”: Select to detour or cancel detouring the segment. (→P.244) Wind Snow fall Traffic 5 Heavy traffic NAVIGATION SYSTEM Accident Road construction Narrow track Warning Blockage Security checkpoint Information 223 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. DESTINATION SEARCH 1. DESTINATION SEARCH INDEX There are several ways to search for a destination. How to search a destination list Page Searching by registered points in the system. 225 Searching from previously set destinations. 225 Searching by the phone book of a connected cellular phone. 226 Searching by address. 226 Searching by POIs. 227 Searching on the map. 230 Searching by coordinates. 230 224 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    3. DESTINATION SEARCH 2. SEARCH OPERATION SEARCHING BY REGISTERED POINTS To use this function, it is necessary to register the entry. (→P.247) 1 2 3 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “My destinations”. (→P.208) SEARCHING FROM PREVIOUS DESTINATIONS 1 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “My destinations”. (→P.208) 2 3 Select the “Last” tab. Select the desired entry. Select the “Stored” tab. Select the desired entry. 5 z Select to display and edit the entry information. (→P.253) z The route will be calculated. INFORMATION ● If “Home” has not been registered, a message will be displayed and the setting screen will automatically appear. (→P.248) ● Transferred POIs and routes from an external device or the server will be stored in this list. (→P.251, 295) ● Transferred routes are marked by the specific icon. z The route will be calculated. INFORMATION ● The list can contain a maximum of 100 entrie ...
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    3. DESTINATION SEARCH SEARCHING BY PHONE BOOK Before using this function, connect a Bluetooth® phone with a phone profile. (→P.185) If a contact does not have address information stored, the entry will be dimmed. 1 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “My destinations” (→P.208) 2 3 Select the “Phone book” tab. SEARCHING BY ADDRESS 1 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “Enter destination”. (→P.208) 2 3 Select the “Address” tab. 4 Select “Town” or “Code” to enter the town name or postal code. Select “Country” to enter the desired country. Select the desired entry. z When either a “Town” or “Code” is entered, the other will be entered automatically. “Search contact”: Select to search by the contact’s name. z Select to display and edit the entry information. (→P.253) z The route will be calculated. 5 Select “Street” to enter the street name. 6 Select “No.” or “Intersection” to enter a ho ...
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    3. DESTINATION SEARCH INFORMATION ● “Calculate route” can be selected once a “Town” or “Code” has been entered. If “Calculate route” is selected when only “Town” or “Code” has been entered, a route search starts with the centre of the town entered as the destination. ● If is selected, entered data other than “Country” will be deleted. SEARCHING BY POIs 1 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “Enter destination”. (→P.208) 2 3 Select the “POI” tab. Select the desired item. 5 No. Page Select to search by category. 228 Select to search by name. 229 Select to search by map. 229 Select to search by online search. 287 227 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 NAVIGATION SYSTEM Function ...
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    3. DESTINATION SEARCH ■SEARCHING BY CATEGORY 1 2 5 Select for the desired POI. Select “By category”. Select the desired item to search the area. z If you select the desired POI, the route will be calculated. 6 No. Select “Go”. Function Select to set around the current position. Select to set around the main destination. POIs around stopovers will not be searched. Select to set around the current route. Select to set the desired city. Select “Enter city” to enter the city name and then select “OK”. 3 Select the desired category. z When “Save” is selected, the point is registered in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen. (→P.249) z Depending on the POI information, “Details” will be displayed. To display detailed POI information, select “Details”. z When is selected, the registered telephone number is called. z The route will be calculated. 4 Select the desired subcategory. 228 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E ...
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    3. DESTINATION SEARCH INFORMATION 1 2 Select “By name”. 3 4 Enter POI name and then select “OK”. Select the desired area to search. (→P.228) Follow the steps “SEARCHING BY CATEGORY” from “STEP 5”. (→P.228) ■SEARCHING BY MAP 1 2 3 Select “By map”. Select the desired POI icon on the map. Follow the steps “SEARCHING BY CATEGORY” from “STEP 5”. (→P.228) INFORMATION ● Depending on the current map scale, not all POI icons will be available for selection. 229 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM ● Search areas are available as follows. Search by “At current position”, “At destination” or a town name: Search radius is 50km (30 miles). Search by “Along route”: Search area is within 500m (0.3 miles) on both sides of the route. ● The POI search result list is sorted by the distance to the POI from the following points. Search by “At current position” or “Along route”: The distance will be ...
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    3. DESTINATION SEARCH SEARCHING ON THE MAP 1 2 3 4 5 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “Enter destination”. (→P.208) Select the “Advanced” tab. Select “Select point on map”. Select the desired point on the map. Select “Go”. SEARCHING BY COORDINATES Geo coordinates can be entered in DMS format (Degrees°, Minutes’, Seconds”). Only coordinate values that can potentially exist are able to be entered. Impossible coordinate values and their relevant screen buttons will be dimmed. 1 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “Enter destination”. (→P.208) 2 3 4 Select the “Advanced” tab. 5 6 7 8 Enter the latitude. Select “Enter geo-coordinates”. Select “N” or “S”. z When “Save” is selected, the point is registered in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen. (→P.249) z The route will be calculated. Select “W” or “E”. Enter the longitude. Select “OK”. 230 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 ...
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    3. DESTINATION SEARCH 9 Select “Go”. z The route will be calculated. INFORMATION ● If a destination that is not located on a road is set, the vehicle will be guided to the point on a road nearest to the destination. 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM 231 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE 1. STARTING ROUTE GUIDANCE RECOMMENDED ROUTE SCREEN STARTING ROUTE GUIDANCE SCREEN After searching the destination, the starting route guidance screen will be displayed. The recommended route will be displayed on the map. 1 Select “Go”. According to the setting, either the recommended route screen or route alternatives screen will be displayed. (→P.261) CAUTION ● Be sure to obey traffic regulations and keep road conditions in mind while driving. If a traffic sign on the road has been changed, the route guidance may not indicate such changed information. z “Route options”: Select to adjust the route preferences for current route and the avoidance criteria of current route before starting the route guidance. (→P.233) z “Street View”: Select to display the Street View. (→P.292) z Starts route guidance. (→P.235) INFORMATION ● The default recommended route can be changed. (→P.261) ● The arrival time or the remaining time wil ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE ROUTE ALTERNATIVES SCREEN ADJUSTING THE ROUTE XThe recommended route screen Three route alternatives are displayed on the map. 1 Select one of the three route alternatives to select it. Select “Route options”. 3 Select “Route options”. Select the desired item to adjust the route preferences and the avoidance criteria. 5 z The route will be recalculated and then the starting route guidance screen will be displayed. z Starts route guidance. (→P.235) INFORMATION ● The default avoidance criteria can be changed. (→P.261) ● The arrival time and distance of the entire route will be displayed in the list. ● The starting route guidance screen will always be displayed in 2D north. 233 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 NAVIGATION SYSTEM z “Avoid”: Select to adjust the avoidance criteria of current route before starting the route guidance. (→P.233) z “Street View”: Select to display the Street View. ( ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE XThe route alternatives screen 1 2 Select “Avoid”. 3 Select “Avoid”. Select the desired item to adjust the avoidance criteria. z The route will be recalculated and then the starting route guidance screen will be displayed. INFORMATION ● Adjusting the route preference and avoidance in the above method affects current route only. Route option defaults can be changed from the “Route options” screen. (→P.261) 234 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE 2. ROUTE GUIDANCE ROUTE GUIDANCE SCREEN While guiding the route, the route guidance screen will be displayed. No. Information When approaching the turn, a signpost will automatically be displayed. ■MOTORWAY JUNCTION SCREEN When approaching a motorway junction, junction view images will automatically be displayed. Guidance route Select to repeat the last navigation announcement. The name of the current street or the next street (when approaching a maneuver point) Current position Distance to the next turn with the arrow indicating the turn direction 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM Distance and arrival or remaining time to the destination Each time information box is selected, the screen will change between arrival time and remaining time to the destination. ■SIGNPOSTS ■TUNNEL SCREEN When approaching a tunnel, tunnel view images will automatically be displayed. Traffic bar indicates traffic message icon and traffic congestion. ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE ■LANE RECOMMENDATION When approaching a maneuver point, the lane recommendation will automatically be displayed. VOICE GUIDANCE The voice guidance provides various messages as you approach an intersection, or other points where maneuvering the vehicle is necessary. INFORMATION ● If the vehicle goes off the guided route, the route will be recalculated. ● For some areas, the roads have not been completely digitized in our database. For this reason, the route guidance may select a road that should not be traveled on. ● The above items will be displayed depending on the map scale. ● The displaying of the above items can be switched off. (→P.258) z The voice guidance volume can be adjusted by turning the power/volume knob. z If is selected, the last navigation announcement will be repeated. INFORMATION ● The voice guidance may not pronounce certain street names correctly or clearly due to the limitations of the text-tospeech function. ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE CAUTION ● Be sure to obey the traffic regulations and keep the road condition in mind especially when you are driving on IPD roads (roads that are not completely digitized in our database). The route guidance may not have the updated information such as the direction of a one way street. 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM 237 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE 3. SETTING AND DELETING THE ROUTE During route guidance, routes can be checked, changed or recalculated. Information Page Stopping route guidance 239 Adding and editing stopovers 239 Displaying route information 241 Displaying the turn list 242 Avoiding a road on the route 243 Detouring a maneuver point on the route 243 Recalculating the route by traffic information 245 238 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE STOPPING ROUTE GUIDANCE 1 Select 2 Select “Stop guidance”. Select the desired item. on the map. ADDING AND EDITING STOPOVERS ADDING STOPOVERS In addition to the main destination, a maximum of 9 stopovers can be set. 1 2 Function Select to replace the existing destination or a stopover with a new one. Select to add a stopover. Select to return to the last displayed screen. XIf “Replace” is selected z The route will be recalculated. XIf “Add” is selected 239 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM Search for an additional stopover in the same way as a destination search. (→P.224) No. 18:48 ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE 3 Select “Go”. EDITING STOPOVERS ■DELETING STOPOVERS z The route will be recalculated. z The last entered stopover is added as the first stopover and highlighted. z The order of stopovers and destination can be changed by dragging the entry to the desired position in the list. z If the maximum number of stopovers have already been set, a confirmation screen will appear. To delete a stopover, select “Yes” and select next to the desired stopover to delete it. 1 Display the route information screen. (→P.241) 2 Select over. 3 Select the desired item. No. next to the desired stop- Function Select to register the stopover in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen. (→P.247) Select to delete the stopover. Select to delete all stopovers. z When the stopover(s) is deleted, the route will be recalculated 240 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE ■CHANGING THE ORDER OF THE STOPOVERS 1 Display the route information screen. (→P.241) 2 Drag a stopover to the desired position. z The route will be recalculated. INFORMATION ● If the main destination is deleted, the last stopover before the deleted destination will become the new main destination. DISPLAYING ROUTE INFORMATION 1 Select 2 3 Select “Route information”. on the map. Check that the destination information screen is displayed. XDestination information (displayed when no stopovers are set) 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM XRoute information for stopovers 241 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE No. Information Arrival time, remaining time and distance to destination Address of destination Distance to the destination DISPLAYING THE TURN LIST 1 Select 2 3 Select “Turn list”. on the map. Select the desired item to display the segment. Select to change the route preference and avoidance criteria. (→P.233) Select to display route overview. Address of stopovers Select to edit the stopover/destination. (→P.240) z Guidance arrow, street name, distance to the point are displayed. 4 Check that the detail of the segment is displayed. z “Detour”: Select to detour the segment. (→P.243) 242 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE BLOCKING ROAD AHEAD A fixed distance on the road ahead can be blocked. DETOURING A SEGMENT ON THE ROUTE DETOURING A SEGMENT FROM THE TURN LIST 1 Select 2 3 Select “Block road ahead”. ■DETOURING THE SEGMENT Select the desired item to select the desired detour distance. 1 2 on the map. Display the turn list. (→P.242) Select the desired segment to detour. 5 Function 3 NAVIGATION SYSTEM No. Select “Detour”. Select to deactivate the function. Select to detour the next 2 km ~ 20 km (1 mile ~ 12 miles) of the current route (road). z The route will be recalculated. z A blocked route will be marked in the map. z After the blocked route has been detoured, the block road ahead function will automatically be deactivated. z The route will be recalculated. 243 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE ■CANCELLING THE DETOURED DETOURING A SEGMENT FROM THE TRAFFIC MESSAGE LIST SEGMENT 1 2 3 Display the turn list. (→P.242) Select “Detours”. ■DETOURING THE SEGMENT 1 Display the (→P.221) 2 3 Select the “On route” tab. 4 Select “Detour”. traffic message list. Select the desired segment to detour. Select “Detour off”. z If there is more than one point to detour, a list of points to detour will be displayed. Select points from the list to cancel detouring them. z The route will be recalculated. z The route will be recalculated. z The mark of the TMC on the “On route” screen changes into . 244 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE ■CANCELLING THE DETOURED SEGMENT 1 Display the (→P.221) 2 3 Select the “On route” tab. traffic message list. Select the detoured segment. RECALCULATING THE ROUTE BY THE TRAFFIC MESSAGES You will be informed about relevant traffic messages on the route by a popup window. A pop-up window may differ depending on the traffic message settings. (→P.262) XIf “Automatic” is selected 1 4 Check that the confirmation screen is displayed. 5 Select “Detour off”. z The route will be recalculated. z The mark of the TMC on the “On route” screen changes to . 245 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 NAVIGATION SYSTEM z The route will be recalculated automatically. ...
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    4. ROUTE GUIDANCE XIf “Manual” is selected 1 Check that the confirmation screen is displayed. 2 Select “Show detour”. z Select “Ignore” to return to the previous screen. 3 Select “Detour”. z The route will be recalculated. z Select “Ignore” to return to the previous screen. 246 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    5. MY DESTINATIONS 1. REGISTERING AN ENTRY REGISTERING A NEW ENTRY 6 Check that the entry is registered in the “Stored” list. Up to 200 entries can be registered with this system. REGISTERING FROM THE “Stored” LIST 1 2 3 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “My destinations”. (→P.208) Select the “Stored” tab. z Select to display and edit the entry information. (→P.253) Select “Create new entry”. 5 Enter the entry address (→P.226) and then select “Save new entry”. 5 Enter the entry name and then select “OK”. NAVIGATION SYSTEM 4 247 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    5. MY DESTINATIONS ■REGISTERING “Home” If “Home” has not been registered, selecting “Home” allows a home address to be registered. 1 Select “Home”. XIf you select “Use current location” z The entry is registered as “Home” in the “Stored” list. XIf you search the destination by “Enter address” 4 Enter the address and then select “Save as Home address”. XIf you search the destination by “Select point on map” 4 Select the desired point on the map and then select “Save”. XIf you search the destination by “Enter geo-coordinates”. 2 Select “Yes” when the confirmation screen appears. 4 3 Select the desired method to search the point. XIf you search the destination by the other methods 4 Enter geo-coordinates and then select “Save”. Select the desired entry from the list. z Select to display and edit the entry information. (→P.253) z For details about searching the point on the map: →P.225 248 LC150_Navi ...
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    5. MY DESTINATIONS REGISTERING FROM THE MAP 1 2 3 Select the desired point on the map. Select “Save”. Follow the steps “REGISTERING FROM THE “Stored” LIST” from “STEP 5”. (→P.247) REGISTERING THE CURRENT POSITION 1 Display location & GPS information screen. (→P.212) 2 Select “Save current location”. 3 Follow the steps “REGISTERING FROM THE “Stored” LIST” from “STEP 5”. (→P.247) 1 2 Search the point by “POI”. (→P.227) 3 Follow the steps “REGISTERING FROM THE “Stored” LIST” from “STEP 5”. (→P.247) Select “Save”. 249 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 NAVIGATION SYSTEM REGISTERING FROM POI 5 ...
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    5. MY DESTINATIONS REGISTERING FROM ENTRY OPTIONS SCREEN 1 Display entry (→P.253) 2 options screen. REGISTERING FROM THE ROUTE INFORMATION SCREEN 1 Display the route information screen. (→P.241) 2 Select next to the desired stopover or main destination. 3 Select “Add to stored contacts”. 4 Follow the steps “REGISTERING FROM THE “Stored” LIST” from “STEP 5”. (→P.247) Select “Add to stored contacts”. 3 Follow the steps “REGISTERING FROM THE “Stored” LIST” from “STEP 5”. (→P.247) INFORMATION ● If the contact includes an address and a phone number, they will be stored in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen and “Contacts” screen. (→P.144, 247) 250 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    5. MY DESTINATIONS REGISTERING FROM AN EXTERNAL DEVICE 4 Select “Load POIs and routes from USB”. 5 Check that a progress bar is being displayed while the data loading is in progress. ■LOADING POIs AND ROUTES VIA A USB MEMORY “vCards” formatted data can be transferred from a USB memory to this system. Transferred POIs and routes will be stored in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen. (→P.247) 1 Open the cover and connect a USB memory. z To cancel this function, select “Cancel”. Check that a confirmation screen is displayed when the operation is complete. 7 Check that the entry is registered in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen. (→P.247) INFORMATION 2 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “Enter destination”. (→P.208) 3 Select the “Advanced” tab. ● Downloading may not complete correctly in the following cases: • Vehicles with a smart entry & start system: If the engine switch is tur ...
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    5. MY DESTINATIONS ■LOADING POIs AND FROM A SERVER ROUTES POIs and routes can be added by downloading from the Toyota portal site. They will be stored in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen. (→P.247) For detailed information about connected service: →P.280 252 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    5. MY DESTINATIONS 2. DISPLAYING AND EDITING THE ENTRY INFORMATION DISPLAYING AND EDITING THE ENTRY INFORMATION 1 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “My destinations”. (→P.208) 2 Select the desired tab. 3 Select next to the desired entry. XThe entry options screen of “Last” list XThe entry options screen of “Phone book” list 5 XThe entry options screen of “Stored” list. (When the route is selected) No. Function Page Select to display detailed entry information. 254 Select to change the entry name. 254 Select to edit the address. 254 Select to delete the entry/ route/destination.  Select to delete all entries/ routes/destinations.  Select to edit the route. 255 253 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 NAVIGATION SYSTEM XThe entry options screen of “Stored” list. (When the entry is selected) ...
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    5. MY DESTINATIONS No. Function Page Select to register the entry in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen and “Contacts” screen. 250 INFORMATION ● If an entry that is transferred from a cellular phone is edited, the change will affect the entry in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen and “Contacts” screen. (→P.144, 247) DISPLAYING DETAILS OF THE ENTRY INFORMATION 1 Display the entry options screen. (→P.253) 2 3 Select “Show details”. CHANGING THE ENTRY NAME 1 Display the entry options screen. (→P.253) 2 3 Select “Rename”. Enter the new name and then select “OK”. EDITING THE ADDRESS 1 Display the entry options screen. (→P.253) 2 3 Select “Edit address”. 4 Select “Save changes”. Enter the new address. (→P.226) Check the details of the entry information. z The address will be marked on the map. z The address and a picture, if available, of the contact from the system ...
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    5. MY DESTINATIONS EDITING THE ROUTE 1 Display the entry options screen. (→P.253) 2 Select “Edit route”. 3 Select next to the desired entry. 5 z The order of stopover can be changed by dragging a destination to the desired position. NAVIGATION SYSTEM 4 Select the desired item. No. Function Select to edit address. (→P.254) Select to delete stopover. Select to delete all stopovers. 255 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    5. MY DESTINATIONS 3. SENDING AND RESTORING STORED CONTACTS USING A USB MEMORY SENDING STORED CONTACTS TO A USB MEMORY 3 4 Select “General”. 5 Check that a progress bar is being displayed while the data sending is in progress. 6 Check that a confirmation screen is displayed when the operation is complete. Select “Backup stored contacts to USB”. The entries stored in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen and “Contacts” screen (→P.144, 247) can be transferred to a USB memory. 1 Open the cover and connect a USB memory. INFORMATION 2 Press the “SETUP” button. ● Downloading may not complete correctly in the following cases: • Vehicles with a smart entry & start system: If the engine switch is turned off during downloading. • Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: If the engine switch is turned to the “LOCK” position during downloading. • If the USB memory is removed before downloading is complete 256 LC ...
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    5. MY DESTINATIONS RESTORING STORED CONTACTS FROM A USB MEMORY 3 4 Select “General”. 5 Check that a progress bar is being displayed while the data loading is in progress. 6 Check that a confirmation screen is displayed when the operation is complete. Select “Restore contact from USB”. backup Backed-up data can be transferred from a USB memory to this system. Transferred entries will be stored in the “Stored” list on the “My Destinations” screen and “Contacts” screen. (→P.144, 247) 1 Open the cover and connect a USB memory. 2 Press the “SETUP” button. ● Downloading may not complete correctly in the following cases: • Vehicles with a smart entry & start system: If the engine switch is turned off during downloading. • Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: If the engine switch is turned to the “LOCK” position during downloading. • If the USB memory is removed before downloading is complete 257 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60 ...
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    6. NAVIGATION SETTING 1. MAP SETTINGS SETTING THE MAP 1 2 3 Select on the map. Select “Map settings”. Select the item to be set. No. Function Page Select to set the map layout to 3D heading, 2D heading or 2D north. 214 Select to set the screen mode to “Automatic”, “Day” or “Night”. 260 Select to set the arrival information display to arrival time, remaining time to the destination, or off.  Select to set displayed POI icon categories. 259 Select to set speed limit information on/off. 260 Select to set the automatic zooming function (when approaching a guidance point) on/off.  Select to set the display of the route guidance arrow with distance to the next maneuver point on/off. 235 258 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. NAVIGATION SETTING No. Function POIs ON MAP Page 235 Select to set the display of signposts on/off. 235 Select to set the display of the junction view on/off. 235 Select to set the recommended lane display on/ off. 236 Select to set the traffic bar display on/off. 235 Select to set the display of the traffic message icons on/off. 221 Select to set the display of the safety cameras icons on/off. 216 1 Display the “Map settings” screen. (→P.258) 2 3 Select “POIs on map”. Select the desired POI categories. No. 5 Function Select to display all categories. NAVIGATION SYSTEM Select to set the display of the name of the current street or the next street (when approaching a maneuver) on/off. Select to hide all icons. INFORMATION Select to select main categories. Select to select subcategories. ● The current setting of each item is displayed on its right. 259 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E ...
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    6. NAVIGATION SETTING DAY/NIGHT MODE SPEED LIMITS 1 Display the “Map settings” screen. (→P.258) 1 Display the “Map settings” screen. (→P.258) 2 3 Select “Day/Night mode”. 2 3 Select “Speed limits”. Select the desired item. No. Function Select to change the screen to day or night mode depending on the position of the headlight switch. Select to always display the map in day mode. Select the desired item. No. Function Select to display the speed limits on the map. Select to receive an audible warning, if the speed limit will be exceeded by a certain range. Select to always display the map in night mode. 260 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    6. NAVIGATION SETTING 2. ROUTE SETTINGS SETTING THE ROUTE OPTIONS SETTING THE ROUTE CALCULATION 1 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “Route options”. (→P.208) 2 3 Select the “Preferences” tab. INFORMATION ● “Show route alternatives” and “Make a round trip” are not selectable at the same time. SETTING THE AVOIDANCE CRITERIA FOR THE ROUTE CALCULATION 1 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “Route options”. (→P.208) 2 3 Select the “Avoid” tab. Select the desired item. 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM No. Select the desired item. Function Select to select “Fast route”, “Short route” or “Ecological route” route type. No. Function Select to include the traffic information history in the route calculation. Select to avoid motorways. Select to display the 3 routes (fastest, shortest and ecological) on the map after route calculation. Select to avoid toll roads. Select to have the route ...
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    6. NAVIGATION SETTING 3. TRAFFIC MESSAGE SETTINGS SETTING REROUTE METHOD TRAFFIC MESSAGE SETTINGS 1 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “Traffic messages”. (→P.208) 2 3 Select the “Settings” tab. 1 Display the (→P.262) 2 3 Select “Dynamic reroute”. “Settings” screen. Select the desired item. Select the desired item. No. No. Function Page Select to set the reroute method. 262 Select to turn off traffic messages.  Select to receive traffic information via the TMC radio station. 263 Select to receive traffic information via the internet. 264 Function Select to disable receiving traffic messages and no reroute will be calculated. Select to enable relevant traffic messages on the route to be displayed as a pop-up window and activate automatic reroute calculation. Select to enable relevant traffic messages on the route to be displayed as a pop-up window but disable automatic reroute ca ...
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    6. NAVIGATION SETTING RECEIVING TRAFFIC INFORMATION VIA THE TMC RADIO STATION 1 Display the (→P.262) 2 3 Select “TMC radio station”. “Settings” screen. ■SETTING RADIUS FILTER 1 2 Select “Radius filter”. Select desired item. Select the desired item. No. Function Select to deactivate the function. 5 Function NAVIGATION SYSTEM No. Select to set the radius from 10 km to 100 km (6 miles to 60 miles). Select to set the radius for displaying traffic messages. Select to allow the system to automatically tune to a TMC station with the best reception. Select to manually tune to a TMC station. Select or when these buttons are made available. INFORMATION ● When the manually tuned station can no longer be received, the station with the best reception is selected by the system and the manually tuned station will be dimmed. Once the manually tuned station can be received again, it will be used as the TMC station. 263 ...
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    6. NAVIGATION SETTING 4 RECEIVING TRAFFIC INFORMATION VIA THE INTERNET 1 Display the (→P.262) 2 Select “Traffic information over internet”. 3 Select the desired item. “Settings” Select the desired item. screen. No. Function Select to update automatically every 3 minutes. Select to update automatically every 6 minutes. Select to update manually. “Refresh setting”: Refreshing of traffic information via the internet when the vehicle is in your home country. “Refresh setting abroad”: Refreshing of traffic information via the internet while the vehicle is abroad. Select to turn off updates. 264 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    7. NAVIGATION SYSTEM INFORMATION 1. LIMITATIONS OF THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM This navigation system calculates the current vehicle position using satellite signals, various vehicle signals, map data, etc. However, an accurate position may not be shown depending on satellite condition, road configuration, vehicle condition or other circumstances. NOTICE ● The installation of window tinting may obstruct the GPS signals. Most window tinting contains some metallic content that will interfere with GPS signal reception of the antenna. We advise against the use of window tinting on vehicles equipped with navigation systems. 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM The Global Positioning System (GPS) developed and operated by the U.S. Department of Defense provides an accurate current vehicle position, normally using 4 or more satellites, and in some case 3 satellites. The GPS system has a certain level of inaccuracy. While the navigation system will compensate for this most of the time, ...
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    7. NAVIGATION SYSTEM INFORMATION z Accurate current vehicle position may not be shown in the following cases: • When driving on a small angled Y-shaped road. • When driving on a winding road. • When driving on a slippery road such as in sand, gravel, snow, etc. • When driving on a long straight road. • When motorway and surface streets run in parallel. • After moving by ferry or vehicle carrier. • When a long route is searched during high speed driving. • When driving without setting the current position calibration correctly. • After repeating a change of direction by going forward and backward, or turning on a turntable in the parking lot. • When leaving a covered parking lot or parking garage. • When a roof carrier is installed. • When driving with tyre chains installed. • When the tyres are worn. • After replacing a tyre or tyres. • When using tyres that are smaller or larger than the factory specifications. • When the tyre pressure in any of the four ...
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    7. NAVIGATION SYSTEM INFORMATION INFORMATION ● This navigation system uses tyre turning data and is designed to work with factory-specified tyres for the vehicle. Installing tyres that are larger or smaller than the originally equipped diameter may cause inaccurate display of the current vehicle position. The tyre pressure also affects the diameter of the tyres so make sure the tyre pressure of all four tyres is correct. 5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM 267 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.01.09 17:31 ...
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    7. NAVIGATION SYSTEM INFORMATION 2. NAVIGATION DATABASE UPDATES UPDATING NAVIGATION DATABASE Navigation database that contains system software and map data, etc. can be updated using a USB memory. For details, contact Toyota dealer or refer to Toyota portal site (www.my.toyota.eu). 1 Open the cover and connect a USB memory. 2 Select “Yes” when the confirmation screen appears. 3 Enter license key. INFORMATION ● Updating may not complete correctly in the following cases: • Vehicles with a smart entry & start system: If the engine switch is turned off during updating. • Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: If the engine switch is turned to the “LOCK” position during updating. • If the USB memory is removed before updating is complete ● The amount of time required to complete the update process depends on the size of the data. z If the license key is invalid, the navigation database will not be updated. 4 5 Select “Con ...
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    6 1 APPLICATION 2 1 APPLICATIONS OPERATION 1. QUICK REFERENCE .................. 270 2. PICTURE SLIDESHOW .............. 273 DISPLAYING THE PICTURES ............ 273 OPERATING A PICTURE SLIDESHOW ..................................... 274 3. E-MAIL ........................................ 275 RECEIVING AN E-MAIL ...................... 275 CHECKING E-MAIL ............................. 276 4. MirrorLink™ ............................... 277 5. TOYOTA EUROCARE ................ 278 REGISTERING A COUNTRY .............. 278 USING THE TOYOTA EUROCARE ...................................... 279 2 CONNECTED SERVICE 1. CONNECTED SERVICE OVERVIEW................................ 280 2. BEFORE USING CONNECTED SERVICE ........... 284 3 4 OBTAINING A PORTAL SITE ACCOUNT ........................................ 284 LOGIN PROCESS CONNECTED SERVICES........................................ 285 3. ONLINE SEARCH ....................... 287 ONLINE SEA ...
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    1. APPLICATIONS OPERATION 1. QUICK REFERENCE The applications can be accessed by pressing the button. Each time the button is pressed, the screen will change between the “Phone” menu screen and the “Extras”/“Toyota online” menu screen. When the button is pressed, the screen that was last displayed is returned to. Select to display the “Extras”/“Toyota online” menu screen. XMultimedia system ■“Extras” MENU SCREEN 270 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. APPLICATIONS OPERATION XNavigation system ■“Toyota online” MENU SCREEN 6 APPLICATION 271 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. APPLICATIONS OPERATION No. * Function Select to access connected service. Select to access preinstall application. Application Page Online search 287 Street View 292 Panoramio 294 Pictures* 273 Email 275 MirrorLink™ 277 Toyota Eurocare* 278 *: Navigation system only INFORMATION ● The shown screen in the illustrations may differ from your vehicle’s screen in terms of equipment. 272 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. APPLICATIONS OPERATION 2. PICTURE SLIDESHOW* Pictures stored on a USB memory can be viewed. DISPLAYING THE PICTURES 1 Open the cover and connect a USB memory. INFORMATION ● This function is not available while driving. ● When the vehicle starts moving while viewing pictures, a pop-up window will be displayed and pictures cannot be displayed. Select “Leave function” to return to the “Toyota online” menu screen. ● Available image data format: JPEG, PNG and BMP z Turn on the power of the USB memory if it is not turned on. 2 Display the “Toyota online” menu screen. (→P.270) 3 Select “Pictures”. 6 z The slideshow starts automatically. *: Navigation system only 273 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 APPLICATION INFORMATION ● All readable pictures on the device are displayed in chronological order. The slideshow will repeat when it is finished. ● The pictures will be changed every few seconds. ...
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    1. APPLICATIONS OPERATION OPERATING A PICTURE SLIDESHOW A slideshow can be played, paused, and desired images can be selected. 1 Select 2 Check that the operating switches are displayed. No. INFORMATION ● When the slideshow is playing, the pause and skip screen buttons disappear automatically after a few seconds. . Function Select to display the previous/ next picture. Select to pause the slideshow. Select again. to play the slideshow Select to close the operating switches. 274 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. APPLICATIONS OPERATION 3. E-MAIL Incoming e-mails to a connected Bluetooth® phone can be downloaded. Before using this application, connect a Bluetooth® phone with a phone profile. (→P.176, 184) RECEIVING AN E-MAIL When a new e-mail is received, a pop-up window is displayed on the screen. 1 2 Select “Show” to check the e-mail. Check that the e-mail is displayed. INFORMATION INFORMATION ● This function can be set to on or off. (→P.197) 6 APPLICATION ● This function may not be available depending on the phone. ● E-mails cannot be sent using this function. ● Downloading may not complete correctly in the following cases: • Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: If the engine switch is turned to the “LOCK” position during downloading. • Vehicles with a smart entry & start system: If the engine switch is turned off during downloading. 275 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. APPLICATIONS OPERATION CHECKING E-MAIL 1 Display the “Extras”/“Toyota online” menu screen. (→P.270) 2 Select “Email”. z When the downloading of an e-mail has been completed, the mail list will be displayed. 3 Select the desired e-mail. z The state of an e-mail is shown by the following icons. : Unread mail : Read mail 4 Check that the message is displayed. 276 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. APPLICATIONS OPERATION 4. MirrorLink™ When a MirrorLink™ compatible device is connected via USB, a MirrorLink™ screen is displayed on the navigation/multimedia system display. The MirrorLink™ device can be operated via navigation/multimedia system. 1 Open the cover and MirrorLink™ device. connect INFORMATION ● This function may not be available depending on the device. a 6 2 Display the “Extras”/“Toyota online” menu screen. (→P.270) 3 Select a desired application, when available MirrorLink™ applications are displayed. APPLICATION z Turn on the power of the MirrorLink™ device if it is not turned on. z Only one MirrorLink™ device can be connected at a time. z The MirrorLink™ application display may be different than shown depending on the connected MirrorLink™ device or application. 4 Check that a confirmation screen is displayed and then select “Confirm”. 277 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. APPLICATIONS OPERATION 5. TOYOTA EUROCARE* This feature is used to make a call to Toyota Eurocare service. Before using this function, connect a Bluetooth® phone with a phone profile. (→P.184) CHANGING A COUNTRY 1 Display the “Toyota online” menu screen. (→P.270) 2 3 Select “Toyota Eurocare”. 4 Select another country to replace the existing country. 5 Check that the country is displayed on the screen. Select the registered country. REGISTERING A COUNTRY 1 Display the “Toyota online” menu screen. (→P.270) 2 Select “Toyota Eurocare”. 3 Select the country. 4 Check that the country is displayed on the screen. *: Navigation system only 278 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    1. APPLICATIONS OPERATION USING THE TOYOTA EUROCARE 1 Display the “Toyota online” menu screen. (→P.270) 2 Select “Toyota Eurocare”. 5 Check that the following screen will be displayed. z The geographic coordinates of the current location will be displayed at the top-left corner of the screen. 3 Select “Call Eurocare”. z When “...” appears on the screen, select to display the following position details. On freeways: Freeway number, driving direction and next exit. On other roads: Address information. Each time “...” is selected, the screen changes between the geographical coordinates and position details. 6 INFORMATION 4 Select “Yes” when the confirmation screen appears. 279 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 APPLICATION ● The call must be placed in a country where Toyota Eurocare service is available. ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE 1. CONNECTED SERVICE OVERVIEW* The following services are available by connecting the navigation system to Toyota portal site via the internet using a cellular phone. z Online search: New establishments, such as restaurants, bars etc., that are not registered in the navigation system can be set as a destination. z Importing memory points and routes: Establishments that were searched using a computer can be set as a destination and can be registered in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen. (→P.247) z Vehicle customisation: Some vehicle settings can be changed via the connected services, by sending vehicle’s settings data to and from the Toyota portal site. (→P.195) z Street View: The Street View of the desired location can be viewed. z Panoramio: The available pictures on the network, comments and other information can be viewed. z Downloadable application: Various functions can be added by downloading applications using a USB memory. ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE XImporting memory points and routes: Downloading via a cellular phone XImporting memory points and routes: Downloading from a USB memory 6 Name APPLICATION No. Operation Your personal computer and Toyota portal site* Access the portal site and search POIs and routes. Toyota portal site* The POIs and routes are saved at Toyota portal site. Navigation system Via the internet, the POIs and routes are downloaded to the navigation system. Via the USB the POIs and routes are downloaded to the navigation system. USB memory The POIs and routes are saved to a USB. *: For details about Toyota portal site, refer to www.my.toyota.eu. 281 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE XVehicle customisation: Sending vehicle’s settings data to and from the Toyota portal site No. Name Operation Navigation system Via the internet, the vehicle’s settings are sent to/receive from the Toyota portal site. Toyota portal site* The vehicle’s settings are saved at Toyota portal site. Your personal computer and Toyota portal site* Access the portal site and change the vehicle’s settings. *: For details about Toyota portal site, refer to www.my.toyota.eu. 282 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE XDownloadable application No. Name Operation Access the portal site and download application. USB memory The downloaded application is saved to a USB. Navigation system Via the USB the application is downloaded to the navigation system. Runs applications on the navigation system. Contents provider Contents received via a cellular phone. 6 APPLICATION Your personal computer and Toyota portal site* *: For details about Toyota portal site, refer to www.my.toyota.eu. 283 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE 2. BEFORE USING CONNECTED SERVICE* CHECKING DEVICE IDENTIFICATION OBTAINING A PORTAL SITE ACCOUNT Before using connected services, it is necessary to first access Toyota portal site (www.my.toyota.eu) via a personal computer and create an account. z In order to use this service, a Bluetooth® DUN/PAN capable cellular phone with a valid data plan subscription is required. z When using the connected services, depending on your phone subscription, some related fees might apply. z When a cellular phone is used in a roaming situation (when outside the geographical coverage area of mobile network provider) connection fees will be more expensive. 1 Press the “SETUP” button. 2 Select “General”. 3 Select “System information”. *: Navigation system only 284 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE 4 Check that the device ID is displayed. LOGIN PROCESS CONNECTED SERVICES Before using connect services, connect a Bluetooth® phone with an internet profile. (→P.184) 1 No. Function Displays the device ID Activate any connected service. How to activate connected service Page Online search 287 Street View 292 Panoramio 294 Loading POIs/Routes 295 Download application 296 Vehicle customisation 195 285 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 APPLICATION z When the cost warning or roaming warning screen is displayed, select “Continue”. This function can be set to on or off. (→P.193) 6 ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE 2 Select “Username”. 3 Input the server username and then select “OK”. 4 Select “Password”. 5 Input the server password and then select “OK”. 6 Select “Confirm login information”. z When “Remember password” is on, the entered user login information will be remembered for every login. z If the account already has 5 cars registered, it is not possible to register another car. 286 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE 3. ONLINE SEARCH* ONLINE SEARCH 4 Select the desired search area. A destination can be selected via connected service. Online search will not be available in all countries. 1 Display the “Toyota online” menu screen. (→P.270) 2 Select “Online search” z Online search can be entered on the “POI” screen. (→P.227) 3 No. Function Select to search a location around the current position. Select to select the desired search engine. Select to search the location around the main destination. z If there is more than one online search engine available, these engines will be displayed. z The online search engine can be changed. (→P.291) Select to search the desired city. Select “Enter city” to enter the city name and then select “OK”. *: Navigation system only 287 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 6 APPLICATION Select to search a location by using a point on the map.Select the desired po ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE 5 Enter the search word and then select “OK”. : Select to enter keywords from previously set keywords list. (→P.289) 6 Check that the search results is displayed. Select the desired item. No. Function Search results • Up to 20 search results are downloaded at a time. • Highlighted advertisements may be displayed at the top of the search result list. Select to display a full screen map. z At the end of the list “Download more” will be shown. Select “Download more” to search up to 20 new items. • “Download more” will not be shown if the list includes only less than 20 entries. • Select “Previous results” to display the previous result. 288 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE 7 Select “Go”. ENTERING KEYWORDS FROM THE LIST The keyword can be selected from history of the search word list. Also, the search word can be deleted from a history of the search word list. The system can memorize up to 10 search word entries. No. Function Page Select to display the detailed information. 290 Select to call the registered telephone number. 147 Select to display the Street View. 292 1 Select on the search word entering screen. 2 Select the desired word. z The route will be recalculated. 6 INFORMATION 3 APPLICATION ● After establishments acquired using “Online search” have been set as a destination once, they will be stored in the “Stored” list on the “My Destinations” screen. Select “OK”. 289 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE ■DELETE SEARCH WORDS HISTORY 1 2 Select 3 Select “Yes”. . Select the desired item. VIEWING POI DETAILS 1 Select on the POI information screen. 2 Check that the details of the selected POI are displayed. z Select the desired picture to display full screen. (if available) 290 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE SELECTING A SEARCH ENGINE Throughout the entire search process it is possible to change the search engine by selecting on the logo of the current search engine. 1 Select the search engine logo. z A list of available other search engine is shown. 2 6 Select the search engine. APPLICATION z After selection of one of the search engine the search process starts from beginning with this provider. z If there are no other search engines available, selecting the search engine logo will have no effect. INFORMATION ● or : Indicates if online connection is active or not. After a timeout of 1 minute, an active online connection will automatically be terminated. 291 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE 4. Street View* The Street View of the desired location can be viewed. 1 Display the “Toyota Online” menu screen. (→P.270) 2 Select “Street View”. No. Function Select to set a location by using the current position. Select to set the location around the main destination. Select to set the desired location. Select “Enter location” to enter house number, street, town or place name and then select “OK”. Select to set a location by using a point on the map. Select the desired point on the map. 3 Select the desired item to search a location. *: Navigation system only 292 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE 4 Check that the picture is displayed. No. Function Select to calculate the route. Select to display the next picture. Select to display the previous picture. z Up to 6 pictures per location can be displayed. 6 INFORMATION APPLICATION ● The Street View function can also be selected from the following screens: • Starting route guidance screen (→P.232) • Online search result screen (→P.287) ● This function is not available while driving. 293 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE 5. Panoramio* The available pictures on the network, comments and other information can be viewed. 1 Display the “Toyota Online” menu screen. (→P.270) 2 Select “Panoramio”. 4 Select the desired picture. No. Function Select to display the next picture. Select to display the previous picture. 3 Select the desired item to search a point. No. Function Select to set a location by using the current position. Select to set the location around the main destination. Select to set a location by using a point on the map. z Can scroll the map to the desired point. 5 Check that a picture is displayed. No. Function Select to display detailed information of the selected point. Select to calculate the route. INFORMATION ● This function is not available while driving. *: Navigation system only 294 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE 6. LOADING POIs/ROUTE* POIs and routes can be added by downloading from the Toyota portal site. They will be stored in the “Stored” list on the “My destinations” screen. (→P.247) DOWNLOADING VIA A CELLULAR PHONE 1 Display the “Navigation” menu screen and select “Enter destination”. (→P.208) 2 3 Select the “Advanced” tab. Select “Load POIs and routes from server”. INFORMATION ● Downloading may not complete correctly in the following cases: • Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: If the engine switch is turned to the “LOCK” position during downloading. • Vehicles with a smart entry & start system: If the engine switch is turned off during downloading. ● If the “Automatic download of POIs and routes” function is on, POIs and routes from the server will be downloaded automatically. (→P.195) ● If the maximum number of possible stored contacts has been reached, a confirmation screen appears. Delete contact(s) to mak ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE 7. OPERATING AN APPLICATION USING CONNECTED SERVICE* DOWNLOADING AN APPLICATION TO THE SYSTEM To download an application, a USB memory that contains the application data is required. For details about an application, refer to Toyota portal site (www.my.toyota.eu). 1 Open the cover and connect a USB memory. INFORMATION ● Downloading may not complete correctly in the following cases: • Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: If the engine switch is turned to the “LOCK” position during downloading • Vehicles with a smart entry & start system: If the engine switch is turned off during downloading • If the USB memory is removed before downloading is complete z Turn on the power of the USB memory if it is not turned on. 2 Select “Yes” when the confirmation screen appears. 3 Select “Enter Key” and then enter the license key. z If the license key is invalid, the application will not be downloaded. 4 5 Selec ...
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    2. CONNECTED SERVICE OPERATING AN APPLICATION 3 Check that the application option screen is displayed. For details about operating the downloaded application, refer to www.my.toyota.eu. 1 Display the “Toyota online” menu screen. (→P.270) 2 Select the desired application. SETTING AN APPLICATION 1 Display the “Toyota online” menu screen. (→P.270) 2 Select next to the desired applica- No. Function Displays information about the application. If the check box has been activated, application will be started automatically after this system turn on. Select to delete the application. tion. 6 APPLICATION z Select to close the application. 297 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.05.12 18:48 ...
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    ALPHABETICAL INDEX INDEX A B AM/FM/DAB radio..................................... 33 Manual tuning ....................................... 36 Basic information before operation ..................................... 130, 202 Overview ............................................... 33 Basic operation ......................................... 28 Presetting a station ............................... 36 Before using connected service.............. 284 Radio options ........................................ 39 Login process connected services ........................................... 285 RDS (Radio data system) ..................... 37 Time shift operation (DAB).................... 38 Application .............................................. 269 Applications operation ............................ 270 Audio CD Audio CD or MP3/WMA/AAC disc options ....................................... 45 Overview ............................................... 4 ...
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    C Calling on a Bluetooth® phone E ............... 143 E-mail...................................................... 275 By call lists .......................................... 146 Checking e-mail .................................. 276 By contacts list .................................... 144 Receiving an e-mail............................. 275 By dial ................................................. 143 By phone book .................................... 145 G By POI call .......................................... 147 General settings...................................... 170 By selecting SOS screen button ......... 147 General settings screen ...................... 170 Calling using a short message............ 146 CD ............................................................ 41 H Connected service.................................. 280 Hands-free system.................................. 133 Connected service overview.......... ...
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    ALPHABETICAL INDEX M O Map icons ............................................... 216 Online search.......................................... 287 Displaying various information on the map ...................................... 216 Online search ...................................... 287 POI icons ............................................ 216 Viewing POI details ............................. 290 Traffic messages................................. 220 Operating an application using connected service ............................... 296 Map screen operation............................. 212 Current vehicle position display .......... 212 Selecting a search engine................... 291 Map configurations.............................. 214 Downloading an application to the system ................................... 296 Screen scroll operation ....................... 213 Operating an application ..................... 297 Map screen operation ...
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    P Q Panoramio .............................................. 294 Quick guide......................................... 13, 14 Phone operation ..................................... 143 Quick reference ........ 28, 130, 168, 202, 270 Picture slideshow.................................... 273 Displaying the pictures........................ 273 R Operating a picture slideshow............. 274 Radio operation ........................................ 33 Playing a Blu-ray Disc™ (BD) and DVD discs ............................................. 96 Rear seat entertainment system features ................................................. 78 BD/DVD video discs............................ 108 Copyrights and trademarks ................... 93 Operating the disc menu....................... 97 Disc slot................................................. 81 Option screen........................................ 98 Discs that can be used.................... ...
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    ALPHABETICAL INDEX S Short message function .......................... 154 Search operation .................................... 225 Checking received short messages ........................................ 154 Searching by address ......................... 226 Checking sent short messages ........... 156 Searching by coordinates ................... 230 Receiving a short message................. 154 Searching by phone book ................... 226 Sending a new short message............ 156 Searching by POIs .............................. 227 Some basics ............................................. 30 Searching by registered points ........... 225 Inserting or ejecting a disc .................... 31 Searching from previous destinations ..................................... 225 Switching audio source ......................... 31 Searching on the map......................... 230 Sending and restoring stored contacts using a USB memory. ...
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    U USB memory ............................................ 47 Overview ............................................... 47 Playing a USB memory......................... 51 USB memory options ............................ 51 Using the video mode............................. 125 Remote controller................................ 125 Using the A/V input port ...................... 125 305 LC150_Navi+MM_OM60M22E_(EE) 14.01.09 17:31 ...
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    OWNERSHIP The Database and the copyrights and intellectual property or neighboring rights therein are owned by NAVTEQ or its licensors. Ownership of the media on which the Database is contained is retained by NAVTEQ and/or your supplier until after you have paid in full any amounts due to NAVTEQ and/or your supplier pursuant to this Agreement or similar agreement(s) under which goods are provided to you. LICENSE GRANT NAVTEQ grants you a non-exclusive license to use the Database for your personal use or, if applicable, for use in your business’ internal operations. This license does not include the right to grant sub-licenses. LIMITATIONS ON USE The Database is restricted for use in the specific system for which it was created. Except to the extent explicitly permitted by mandatory laws (e.g. national laws based on the European Software Directive (91/250) and the Database Directive (96/9)), you may not extract or reutilize substantial parts of the contents ...
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    TRANSFER OF LICENSE You may not transfer the Database to third parties, except when installed in the system for which it was created or when you do not retain any copy of the Database, and provided that the transferee agrees to all terms and conditions of this Agreement and confirms this in writing to NAVTEQ. Multi-disc sets may only be transferred or sold as a complete set as provided by NAVTEQ and not as subset thereof. LIMITED WARRANTY NAVTEQ warrants that, subject to the warnings set out below, for a period of 12 months after acquisition of your copy of the Database, it will perform substantially in accordance with NAVTEQ’s Criteria for Accuracy and Completeness existing on the date you acquired the Database; these criteria are available from NAVTEQ at your request. If the Database does not perform in accordance with this limited warranty, NAVTEQ will use reasonable efforts to repair or replace your non-conforming copy of the Database. If these efforts d ...
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