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The following TSB has been created by Toyota to allow 2007-2009 Camry owners to adjust the microphone sensitivity so those you call can hear you better.

How to adjust Bluetooth microphone Volume (Non_Nav)

You have to be quick doing the "rub your tummy and pat your head" part of the instructions or it will not go into the Vol Type mode

I also noticed that to change the setting from 0 to something else I had to turn the TUNE knob instead of the VOLUME knob and then press the TUNE knob to store the setting

You just turn the ignition off after the last step
 

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Mucho Gracias............
 

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I recently bought a 2008 RAV4, and have been troubled by the volume issue. I was excited to find this thread with a Google search. Unfortunately, try as I might, I have not been able to access the volume menu. I've performed all the steps within a few seconds, but no luck.

Has anyone else had this problem? Any other tips?

TIA
 

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i can't get it to the vol. mode, i mean i did it pretty fast. it's just saying phone when after i press the vol + or - 3 times. I guess i'll just keep trying. but if you guys can give me some pointers that will be great. thanks
 

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I can't get it to work........help please. when i press the off hook then volume up or down 3 times then the tune button, it doesn't say vol like the article it just says phone. I'm pretty sure i did it under 15sec. it takes for ever for the not link to show up when pressing the off hook switch. HELP.......i've tried this like 20 times and no progress.
 

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Two questions:
1. If your phone is paired (as the bulletin says), do you do this process with or without your phone with you?
2. Will this process allow you to access the speaker volume control for incoming calls? I know how to adjust the instruction volume ("Press the talk switch and say..........") Its the volume of incoming calls that I need to adjust.
 

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Two questions:
1. If your phone is paired (as the bulletin says), do you do this process with or without your phone with you?
2. Will this process allow you to access the speaker volume control for incoming calls? I know how to adjust the instruction volume ("Press the talk switch and say..........") Its the volume of incoming calls that I need to adjust.
just use the vol control on your steering control, that's the only way you can turn up the vol.
 

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The following TSB has been created by Toyota to allow 2007-2009 Camry owners to adjust the microphone sensitivity so those you call can hear you better.

How to adjust Bluetooth microphone Volume (Non_Nav)

You have to be quick doing the "rub your tummy and pat your head" part of the instructions or it will not go into the Vol Type mode

I also noticed that to change the setting from 0 to something else I had to turn the TUNE knob instead of the VOLUME knob and then press the TUNE knob to store the setting

You just turn the ignition off after the last step
 

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I called the dealer several times on this issue and they could never help. This was easily done and worked great.
 

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I called the dealer several times on this issue and they could never help. This was easily done and worked great.
I have tired many time and it doesn't work for me. I could get the "Not Linked" to display but whenever I clicked on vol + or vol -, the message went away and the phone connection then established.
 

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Oh I need to try this. Always get complain that I speak too soft when I use my car bluetooth to answer phones.
 

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Hi,

Not trying to Jack the thread but since it is about blue tooth. Maybe someone could help. I have a 2010 everyone hears me okay so have never had to adjust volume but will mess with it just to see.

Now on a different note. I have to call alot of numbers that require me to dial an extension. Is there anyway to add a pause and then the extension? Right now I am dialing then hitting talk then saying extension then dial again. A long way of getting it done when in traffic.

Thanks in advance,

Happy driving.
 

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Hi,

Not trying to Jack the thread but since it is about blue tooth. Maybe someone could help. I have a 2010 everyone hears me okay so have never had to adjust volume but will mess with it just to see.

Now on a different note. I have to call alot of numbers that require me to dial an extension. Is there anyway to add a pause and then the extension? Right now I am dialing then hitting talk then saying extension then dial again. A long way of getting it done when in traffic.

Thanks in advance,

Happy driving.
with my old at&t home corded phone, with the speed dial I can put in commas to add a few second delay. Add a few commas if U want longer delay between numbers. Anyway, I'm too lazy to go out to the car to check the owner manual about programing in phone numbers.
 

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I did it...... it's almost impossible. LOL

I knew U won't believe me without proof.. so here it is


I think ppl mess up most is the vol pressing action. My little trick is to use the thumb joint where there is no finger print so it slide easier. The moment I press the "Talk" (or aka off hook) I slide my thumb joint from the + side of the vol to the - side. This will insure I press + and than - with one movement. Do that 3 times as fast as I could and than press the Tune nob...... and aye the message "Receive vol"

Goodluck hahaha, U'll need it.
 
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