Set up screen

You can change the touch screen to your desired settings.

Press the “SETUP” button to display the “Setup” screen.

General settings

General settings

This screen is used for language selection and the on/off settings of operation sounds and automatic screen change, etc.

Touch “General” on the “Setup” screen.

1 Clock settings

1 Clock settings
2 Selecting a language
3 Unit of measurement
4 Beep on/off
5 Selecting a button color
6 Selecting keyboard layout
7 Changing the startup image
8 Changing the screen off image
9 Auto screen change
10 Delete personal data
11 Software update*
12 Gracenote database update*
13Touch “Save” after changing settings.

*:For details, contact your Lexus dealer.

- Clock settings
Used for changing time zones, the on/off settings of daylight saving time and automatic adjustment of the clock.

Settings” screen.Touch “Clock” on the “General Settings” screen.

Touch the items to be set.

Touch the items to be set.

1 Time zone
2 Daylight saving time
3 Automatic adjustment of the clock
4 Manual clock setting

Touch “Save”.

l Time zone
A time zone can be selected and GMT can be set.

Touch “Time Zone”.

Touch “Time Zone”.

Touch the desired time zone.

Touch the desired time zone.

If “Other” is touched, the zone

If “Other” is touched, the zone can be adjusted manually.

Touch “+” or “-” to adjust the time zone and then touch “OK”.

l Daylight saving time
Touch to select “On” or “Off” for daylight saving time.

l Automatic adjustment of the clock
Touch to select “On” or “Off” for automatic adjustment of the clock.

l Manual clock settings
When “Auto Adjust Clock” is turned “Off”, the clock can be manually adjusted.

Touch the items to be set.

Touch the items to be set.

1 Adjust hours
2 Adjust minutes
3 Round to the nearest hour*

*: e.g.1:00 to 1:29 → 1:00
1:30 to 1:59 → 2:00

- Selecting a language
The language can be changed.

Settings” screen.Touch “Language” on the “General Settings” screen.

Touch the desired screen but-

Touch the desired screen but- ton.

Touch “Yes”.

The previous screen will be displayed.

- Unit of measurementTouch “Save”.

- Unit of measurement
Distance unit can be changed.

This function is available only in English or Spanish. To change language, see “Selecting a language”.

the “General Settings”Touch “Unit of Measurement” on the “General Settings” screen.

Touch “km” or “mile”.

Touch “km” or “mile”.

The previous screen will be dis- played.

- Selecting a button colorTouch “Save”.

- Selecting a button color
The color of the screen buttons can be changed.

“General Settings” screen.Touch “Button Color” on the “General Settings” screen.

Touch the desired screen button

Touch the desired screen button color.

The previous screen will be dis- played

- Selecting a keyboard layoutTouch “Save”.

- Selecting a keyboard layout
Keyboard layout can be changed.

“General Settings”Touch “Keyboard Layout” on the “General Settings” screen.

Touch “ABC” or “QWERTY”.

Touch “ABC” or “QWERTY”.

The previous screen will be dis- played.

- Changing the startup imageTouch “Save”.

- Changing the startup image
An image can be copied from a USB memory and used as the startup image.

When saving the images to a USB memory, name the folder that the startup image is saved to “StartupImage”. If these folder names are not used, the system cannot download the images.

(The folder names are case sensitive.)

l Transferring data

Press the lid, open the cover

Press the lid, open the cover and connect a USB memory.

Turn on the power of the USB memory if it is not turned on.

on the “General Set-Touch “Customize Startup Image” on the “General Set- tings” screen.

Touch “Transfer”

Touch “Transfer”

l Setting the startup imageTouch “Yes”.

l Setting the startup image

on the “General Set-Touch “Customize Startup Image” on the “General Set- tings” screen.

Touch the desired image.

Touch the desired image.

l Deleting transferred imageTouch “Save”.

l Deleting transferred image

Touch “Save”.

l Deleting transferred image

Touch “Delete All”.

Touch “Delete All”.

- Changing the screen off imageTouch “Yes”.

- Changing the screen off image
Touch “Screen Off” on the “Display” screen to turn off the screen. An image can be copied from a USB memory and can be set to display when “Screen Off” is touched.

When saving the images to a USB memory, name the folder that the screen off image is saved to “DisplayOffImage”. If these folder names are not used, the system cannot download the images. (The folder names are case sensitive.) l Transferring data

Press the lid, open the cover

Press the lid, open the cover and connect a USB memory.

Turn on the power of the USB memory if it is not turned on.

Image” on the “General Set-Touch “Customize Screen Off Image” on the “General Set- tings” screen.

Touch “Transfer”.

Touch “Transfer”.

l Setting the screen off imageTouch “Yes”.

l Setting the screen off image

Image” on the “General Set-Touch “Customize Screen Off Image” on the “General Set- tings” screen.

Touch the desired image.

Touch the desired image.

l Deleting transferred imagesTouch “Save”.

l Deleting transferred images

Image” on the “General Set-Touch “Customize Screen Off Image” on the “General Set- tings” screen.

Touch “Delete All”.

Touch “Delete All”.

- Delete personal dataTouch “Yes”.

- Delete personal data
This function is not available while driving.

the “General Settings”Touch “Delete Personal Data” on the “General Settings” screen.

Touch “Delete”.

Touch “Delete”.

Check carefully beforehand, as data cannot be retrieved once deleted.

The following personal data can be deleted or returned to their defaultTouch “Yes”.

The following personal data can be deleted or returned to their default settings:

• Maintenance conditions
• Maintenance information off setting
• Address book
• Areas to avoid
• Previous points
• Route guidance
• Route trace
• Phonebook data
• Call history data
• Speed dial data
• Bluetooth® phone data
• Phone sound settings
• Phone display settings
• Message settings
• Audio setting
• Bluetooth® audio setting
• Startup image data
• Screen off image data

- About startup or screen off images
l The images file extension is JPG or JPEG.
l The images file name, including the file extension, can be up to 32 char- acters.
l Image files of 10 MB or less can be saved.
l Up to 3 images can be downloaded.

Voice settings

Voice guidance can be set.

Touch “Voice” on the “Setup” screen.

1 Select voice guidance vol-

1 Select voice guidance vol- ume
2 Voice guidance on/off during route guidance
3 Voice guidance on/off during audio system is in use
4 Voice recognition prompt on/ off
This setting can also be changed on the “Shortcut Menu” screen.

5 Restore default settings
6 Voice commands on/off when using the audio/video and air conditioning systems
7 Voice guidance on/off when using the traffic information
8 Voice guidance on/off when using the XM NavWeather™

Touch “Save” after changing settings.

- Voice volume
The voice guidance volume can be adjusted or switched off.

screen.Touch “Voice” on the “Setup” screen.

Select the desired level by

Select the desired level by touching the appropriate num- ber.

If voice guidance is not needed, touch “Off” to disable the fea- ture.

Vehicle settingsTouch “Save”.

Vehicle settings

Touch “Vehicle” on the “Setup” screen.

1 Maintenance information set-

1 Maintenance information set- tings
Refer to “Navigation System Owner’s Manual”.

2 Vehicle customization
3 Setting up intuitive parking assist

Phone settings

Touch “Phone” on the “Setup” screen.

1 Phone sound settings

1 Phone sound settings
2 Phonebook settings
3 Message settings
4 Phone display settings

Bluetooth® Settings

Touch “Bluetooth*” on the “Setup” screen.

1 Registered devices

1 Registered devices
2 Selecting a Bluetooth® phone
3 Selecting portable player
4 Detailed Bluetooth® settings

*:Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.

Audio settings

Touch “Audio” on the “Setup” screen

1 HD Radio™ system settings

1 HD Radio™ system settings
2 iPod settings

“Information” screen can be used to display the fuel consumption, XM satellite system, etc.

Press the “INFO” button to display the “Information” screen.

Fuel consumption

Fuel consumption

1 Resetting the past record data

1 Resetting the past record data
2 Best recorded fuel economy
3 Current fuel economy
4 Previous fuel economy record

The image is an example only, and may vary slightly from actual con- ditions.

- Resetting the data
The data can be deleted by touching “Clear”.

- Updating the past record data
Update the average fuel consumption by pressing and hold the “DISP” switch on the steering wheel to measure the current fuel consumption again.

The voice command system enables the navigation, audio/video, hands-free and air conditioning systems to be operated using voice commands.

For details of the navigation system, refer to the “Navigation System Owner’s Manual”.

- Talk switch

Press or

Press .or .

To cancel, press and hold . or - Microphone.

- Microphone

Voice command system operation

Voice command system operation

- Voice command system operation

orPress . or After the “Shortcut Menu” screen has been displayed, voice.

After the “Shortcut Menu” screen has been displayed, voice guidance will commence.

Voice guidance for the voice command system can be skipped by pressing .or .

After a beep sounds, say the

After a beep sounds, say the command of your choice.

Voice commands are marked with .

Some commonly used com- mands are displayed on the screen.

If you wish to display the com- mands displayed on the page in the background, perform one of the following: • Say “Next page” or “Previ- ous page”.
• Touch “Next Pg.” or “Prev.

Pg.” If you wish to display the “Main Menu” screen when the “Short- cut Menu” screen is displayed, perform one of the following: • Say “Main menu”.
• Touch “Main Menu”.

To cancel, touch “Cancel”, or press and hold . or .

Saying “Help” prompts voice guidance to offer examples of commands and operation meth- ods.

Say the command displayed on

Say the command displayed on the screen.

If a desired outcome is not shown, or if no selections are available, perform one of the following to return to the previ- ous screen: • Say “Go back”.

• Touch “Go Back”.

To cancel, touch “Cancel”, or press and hold . or - Voice command example (search for a track using artist name or.

- Voice command example (search for a track using artist name or album name)

orPress .or “Play Artist <name>” and “Play Album <name>” are displayed.

“Play Artist <name>” and “Play Album <name>” are displayed in the “Shortcut Menu” screen.

album <name>”.Say “Play artist <name>” or “Play album <name>”.

Say the desired artist name or album name in the place of the “
”.

A confirmation screen will be displayed showing the recognition results. If multiple matching items are found, a selection screen will be displayed.

When “Play Artist <name>” is used to play music, the first track is selected randomly.

Say “Yes” or touch “Yes”.

Say “Yes” or touch “Yes”.

Natural speech information (English only)

Due to natural language speech recognition technology, this sys- tem enables recognition of a command when spoken naturally.

However, the system cannot recognize every variation of each command. In some situations, it is possible to omit the command for the procedure and directly state the desired operation. Not all voice commands are displayed in the short cut menu.

- Expression examples for each function

*:Say the desired artist name or album name in the place of the “”.

*:Say the desired artist name or album name in the place of the “
”.

Commands that are not displayed in the “Shortcut Menu” screen can be accessed from the main menu.

For example, to make an “International Call”, say “Main menu” while the “Shortcut Menu” screen is being displayed. Then say “Use the phone” followed by saying the desired number, e.g. “123456789”.

Expanded voice commands

Touching “On” next to “Expanded Voice Commands” on the “Voice Settings” screen enables voice command operation of the audio/video and air conditioning system. For more information on operations that can be controlled using expanded voice commands, refer to “Command list”.

- Voice command example (turn the audio system)

orPress . or .

Say “Audio on”.

Say “Audio on”.

Command list

Recognizable voice commands and their actions are shown below.

l For devices that are not installed in the vehicle, the related com- mands will not be displayed in the “Shortcut Menu” screen.

Also, according to conditions, other commands may not be dis- played in the “Shortcut Menu” screen.

l Voice recognition language can be changed.

l Commands that have a “O” in the Shortcut Menu column can be recognized from the “Shortcut Menu” screen.

Commands that have a “—” in the Shortcut Menu column can only be recognized from the screen that they are displayed in.

- Calling a phone

*1:To use this function, say “Main menu” and then “Use the phone”

*1:To use this function, say “Main menu” and then “Use the phone” while the “Shortcut Menu” screen is being displayed.

- Playing a music

*1:Say the desired artist name or album name in the place of the “”.

*1:Say the desired artist name or album name in the place of the “
”.
*2:To use this function, say “Main menu” and then “Play music” while the “Shortcut menu” screen is being displayed.

- Select audio mode
When expanded voice commands are turned “On”.

*:Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.

*:Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.

- Air conditioning system command
When expanded voice commands are turned “On”.

- Voice command system

- Voice command system
l Commands that are not displayed in the “Shortcut Menu” screen can be operated from the “Main Menu” screen.
l If the system does not respond or the confirmation screen does not disap- pear, press and try again. or l Voice guidance can be canceled by setting voice prompts to off. Use this and try again.
l Voice guidance can be canceled by setting voice prompts to off. Use this setting when it is desirable to say a command immediately after pressing and hearing a beep. or and hearing a beep.

- If a voice command cannot be recognized
l If a voice command cannot be recognized within 6 seconds, voice guid- ance will say “Pardon?” (“Command not recognized.” will be displayed on the screen) and voice command reception will restart.
l If a voice command cannot be recognized 2 consecutive times, the voice command guidance system will say “Paused. To restart voice recogni- tion, push the talk switch. To cancel voice recognition, push and hold the talk switch.” Voice recognition will then be suspended. Touch “Cancel” or “Go Back”.

- When touching “Voice Prompts”
l The voice recognition prompt can be set to on or off. This setting can also be changed on the “Voice Settings” screen.
l Voice recognition will be temporarily suspended. Press or again. again.

- When using the microphone
l It is unnecessary to speak directly into the microphone when giving a command.
l Wait for the confirmation beep before speaking a command.
l Voice commands may not be recognized if: • Spoken too quickly.
• Spoken at a low or high volume.
• The roof or windows are open.
• Passengers are talking while voice commands are spoken.
• The air conditioning speed is set high.
• The air conditioning vents are turned towards the microphone.

l In the following conditions, the system may not recognize the command properly and using voice commands may not be possible: • The command is incorrect or unclear. Note that certain words, accents or speech patterns may be difficult for the system to recognize.
• There is excessive background noise, such as wind noise.

- When searching for a track
l A USB memory or iPod must be connected to enable track searching and playback.
l When a USB memory or iPod is connected, recognition data is created so tracks can be searched using voice commands.
l Recognition data is updated under the following conditions: • When the USB memory or iPod data has changed.
• When the voice recognition language is changed.

l While the recognition data is being created or being updated, a track search cannot be performed using a voice command.
l While “Play Music” is displayed in the “Shortcut menu” screen, say “Play music” to display the music screen from which searching for a track using a voice command can be performed.
l When “Play Music” is dimmed in the “Shortcut Menu” screen, it is not possible to search for a track using a voice command. In this situation, reduce the amount of music data in the USB memory or iPod and update the recognition data to enable searching by voice command.

- Natural speech information
l The “Use the Phone” and “Play Music” commands displayed on the “Shortcut Menu” screen can be operated using natural language speech recognition technology.
l If the command cannot be recognized completely, the command input screen will be displayed. (Search results will be shown based on the part of the command that was recognized.)
- When turning the audio or air conditioning system on
l Commands relating to operation of the audio/video and air conditioning systems can only be performed when the audio/video and air condition- ing systems are turned on.
l Expanded voice commands can be recognized when the “Shortcut Menu” screen is displayed.

- The Gracenote® media database
Music recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote®.

Gracenote is the industry standard in music recognition technology and related content delivery. For more information visit www.gracenote.com.

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