Toyota Touch & Go multimedia system allows you to connect your car to your smartphone and access a host of features including hands-free calling and music streaming.
But just how easy is to pair your phone? In this post, and in the video above, we show you just that.
Pairing a device is simple. Whether you are using Toyota Touch or Toyota Touch & Go, the process is exactly the same.
Most mobiles these days have Bluetooth, but it’s worth checking which of the Toyota Touch or Touch & Go features are compatible with your particular phone before you begin. There’s a full list available on Toyota.co.uk
Make sure Bluetooth is ON
Check your phone is in Discover Mode/Discoverable
Touch SEARCH FOR BLUETOOTH DEVICES
And when the system finds your phone, select it from the list
It will then ask you to accept the connection
If you want to change any of the settings
Then PAIRED DEVICES
And then choose your device.
Touch & Go users can also connect to the internet. By choosing this option you are allowing your phone to be used as a modem, so you can make use of connected services.
Select CONNECT FOR INTERNET
Select your network provider
It’s a one-time set-up process for each mobile and you can have up to four devices connected at the same time.
Toyota Touch and Touch & Go How to videos:
How to make a call and access your phone book
How to play music via Bluetooth or a USB device
How to register your Touch & Go system
How to send and receive a text message
How to use sat-nav features
How to carry out an online search
How to send directions to your car
Touch and Go FAQs
Toyota Touch 2
Got a question about the new Toyota Touch 2 system – being rolled out across various Toyota models in 2014 – then take a look at our dedicated Touch 2 section
By Iain Reid