Toyota Touch 2: how to pair your phone for calls, music and internet

In this post, we explain how to pair your phone with Toyota’s Touch 2 multimedia system, and how it can then be used to make calls, stream music and access the internet.

The following video shows you how to do it, or you can follow the step-by-step instructions below.

Pairing your phone or mobile device

Pairing your mobile device to the Toyota Touch 2 multimedia or Touch 2 with Go navigation system is a quick and easy process.

First, make sure that your phone’s Bluetooth is switched on and the device is discoverable.

Now go to the ‘SET UP’ menu on your device and press the ‘CONNECTIVITY’ button.

Then press ‘BLUETOOTH’, and ‘SEARCH DEVICE’.

When your telephone is displayed on the Touch 2 system, select it and agree to connect on your handset. Some phones may require a passkey to be entered – simply follow the instructions on your phone’s screen.

Well done – your phone is now paired with your device for hands-free calling and as a source for streaming music.

Touch 2: How to connect to the internet

Connecting to the internet

To pair your phone for internet connection, first make sure that your phone’s ‘Personal Hot Spot’ is enabled.

Now return to the ‘SETUP’ page on your Toyota Touch 2 with Go navigation system, where you will see your phone listed.

Select your phone’s name and that’s it – your Touch 2 system is now successfully connected to the internet.

Many of the functions and content of your phone are now at your disposal. You can use your Touch 2 system to access your device’s music, browse contacts, make hands-free calls, and download apps from the MyToyota e-store. You can also purchase and download apps for your Touch 2 system online at MyToyota – find out more in our introduction to the MyToyota portal.

At MyToyota, you’ll also find a compatibility checker to discover which Touch 2 features are compatible with your particular phone.

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139 comments

  1. Hi. I have a 2016 Auris TS with the Toyota touch and go 2. When I try to register my multimedia system with toyota, it says the ID entered is incorrect. I’m positive I’m looking at the correct ID, as I followed the steps provided by Toyota.

    Any help would be greatly appreciate.

    1. Hi Adam,

      Thanks for getting in touch. We would recommend visiting your nearest Toyota centre for further help with this. They are best placed to look this over and make any necessary recommendations. You can find your nearest centre via this link: https://www.toyota.co.uk/forms/forms?tab=pane-dealer

      Alternatively, if you would like to discuss this with our multimedia team, you can find our customer relations teams contact details via this link: https://www.toyota.co.uk/contact-us/

      Thanks.

  2. AFAIK hotspot isn’t needed. You need to switch on Bluetooth tethering on your phone for it to work. At least, that is how it works on my 2019 Toyota Yaris hybrid.

  3. My Icon Yaris is connected via Bluetooth tethering, does this mean it is a live system for road information like works and safety features?

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