Yep, this is apparently the only way to do it with the 2007 Camry. The routine goes something like this:
1. Schedule a service appointment.
2. Leave the car there all day long.
3. Have the service monkeys park another car a quarter-inch away from it, and put several door dings into your brand-new car.
4. Wait all day long, then come to the dealership at the end of the day, only to find that "they're working on it right now."
5. Wait some more, and then fork over $42.50.
6. Point out the door dings and other damage the service monkeys did to your precious brand-new car to the service writer.
7. Watch the service writer shrug his shoulders and keep his mouth shut.
I think I'll re-evaluate my desire to get rid of those bothersome beeps.
Oh. Technically, they have to hook up their "scan tool" -- some kind of hand-held computer -- in order to re-program the remote entry beep settings.
And, you might not have a dealership like mine who seemingly found all of their service staff standing at freeway offramps holding handout signs. The last time these idiot moron pieces of garbage touched my car (a 2003 Corolla I previously owned), they DID
damage it. Looked like they just slammed a toolbox onto the roof of the car, and put a dimple into it. I won't go anywhere NEAR
my dealership's service department without having a lengthy talk with the service manager, to see if they've "cleaned house" since they last screwed me up the you-know-where.