I said no way this car is just 2 years old and because I'm over 36,000 miles I have to pay for something that's obviously a Toyota defect. Turning off and on Bluetooth off of the phone doesn't work. Took car to dealer to check it, they said nothing was wrong with car. Phone and the headunit will connect itself automatically when the car starts and take no longer than 5 to 10 sec, just have to make sure the bluetooth on my phone is switched on, works perfectly on my Samsung Galaxy S3 and the wife's iPhone 5. I Too am having the same issue with my Toyota Prius. Ive de-paired all devices from the device settings. I told them to call toyota and ask if they dont know what to do and they said that they cant do it I have to do it myself.
I was quite upset, because I was unable to know if oil was leaking again, since they taped the dip stick. Even after visiting Toyota for an update, my radio will change on its own, not from the steering wheel but on its own. No warning lights or codes were stored in the computer when checked by the dealer. Am still getting used to its size -- bigger than my Subaru Forester. Cheers It doesn't pair or even show any buttons to pair or impair or even allow access to any Bluetooth setting at all -Did you purchase a new phone recently? I understand it is a system that holds the brake for a short while whilst the foot moves to the accelerator.
Can't sync properly with my Nokia and when it does, the bluetooth disconnects everytime after I finished a call or sometimes on its own or when you are talking for more than a couple of minutes, then the voice starts to break up. The radio is just rebooting in loop and now I lost the radio, phone connection and everything. Other times it will disconnect but when someone calls it will reconnect and then disconnect and then reconnect again and be completely fine. Seems like a total failure. We are a Toyota family and have been driving Toyota's since my first car back in the 70's. It just stopped for no reason. My ford fiesta bluetooth is excellent.
The dealer replaced the cruise control switch, but the problem got worse. Anyone have any suggestions before I go to the dealer? Then again, maybe it is just me. Still a great car, very reliable! Its a great family car tons of room in the cargo area. After I got off the phone it occurred to me that this might have been the problem with the hands-free option in the Prius c. The iPhone 6 paired with the audio system, but whenever the phone receives a call, the hands-free on-hook switch will not answer the phone nor will the hands-free off-hook switch end the call.
When I try to pair or check setup it says looking for or waiting for bluetooth. I am very disappointed with the fact the type of radio most of the newer Toyotas have installed are having this issue and Toyota is not addressing it as they should. Ive restarted all the devices. Is that so, could mine be faulty then? If not, have you updated the phone and tried to pair again from scratch? So our extra cheap phone can be completely hands free. Sent a note to Entunes support to find out if either has an update I may need.
A blessing at this time. Nothing shows up, no bluetooth symbol. Transmission: Automatic Color:White Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: 4. The entune will not go into pairing mode nor allow any Bluetooth related function. I wonder if there is a thing like with Verizon where you can call them have them enable something and then it works as well. Do I take it that the two little black things in front of the driver on top of the dash are a mic and speaker? V happy so far despite turning to the dark side diesel for the first time! I purchased my Rav4 brand new and the next day would have just been 2 years of having it.
Really can't fault the Bluetooth connectivity for making and receiving calls as well as music streaming. And the radio dials do not work. Browsing you tube shows many, many people have the same problem with their Toyota radio. Either way they have brushed us and won't pursue the problem. Some specs say the driver side lumbar support is electric. I am shocked Toyota has not done a recall when it is evident this is a common defect. I have a 2015 Trail Edition that I bought in February.
Multimedia systems should not fail after 3 years. Some specs say the driver side lumbar support is electric. The entire radio system died suddenly without warning. So it is not fixed. I called Main office and let them know they contacted the dealer ship called me back and said they would give me 300.
I'm driving the Aurion and it's bluetooth function is horrible. But starting yesterday, I have what looks to be a total bluetooth failure. Really, new radio for a new car from a very reputable company? Edited January 1, 2009 by Slon I got the exact same problem. All reviews on the web say it has the connectivity. Tomorrow I will go to the Toyota dealer and see if I can get the phone to work with another Toyota model to determine if it is the Prius c's hardware that is the issue or if there is a more general problem with all Toyota cars using hands-free and the iPhone 6.