BASIC FUNCTIONS                                                                      SECTION                         1BASI...
BASIC FUNCTIONSInitial screenWhen the “ENGINE START STOP” switch          After about 5 seconds, the “CAUTION”is in ACCESS...
BASIC FUNCTIONS                                              Touch screen operationD Maintenance information              ...
BASIC FUNCTIONSInputting letters andnumbers/List screenoperationWhen searching for an address or a name,      D To input l...
BASIC FUNCTIONSD To input symbols                             D To display the listTo display symbol keys, touch “Other”. ...
BASIC FUNCTIONSD List screen operation                         D SortingWhen a list is displayed, use the appropri-     Th...
BASIC FUNCTIONSScreen adjustmentYou can adjust the contrast and brightnessof the screen. You can also turn the displayoff,...
BASIC FUNCTIONS                                                Function helpD Changing between day mode and   night mode  ...
BASIC FUNCTIONSMap screen operation —                         — Screen scroll operation— Current position display         ...
BASIC FUNCTIONSD To set the cursor position as a des-         D To register the cursor position as an   tination          ...
BASIC FUNCTIONSTo change the icon or name, etc., see “ (b)   D To see information about the iconEditing address book entri...
BASIC FUNCTIONSPOI INFORMATION                                                         INFORMATIONWhen the cursor is set o...
BASIC FUNCTIONSADDRESS             BOOK          ENTRYINFORMATIONWhen the cursor is set on an address bookentry icon, the ...
BASIC FUNCTIONSDESTINATION INFORMATION                      XMr NavTraffic TEXT INFORMATIONWhen the cursor is set on a des...
BASIC FUNCTIONS— Switching the screensAny one of the screen configurations can   Depending on the conditions, certainbe se...
BASIC FUNCTIONSD Screen configurations                   DUAL MAPSINGLE MAP                                A map can be di...
BASIC FUNCTIONS                                               — Map scaleCOMPASS MODECurrent vehicle position is indicated...
BASIC FUNCTIONS— Foot print mapFor the area which is covered by the foot       D To display building informationprint map ...
BASIC FUNCTIONS— Orientation of the map                        —Map iconsThe orientation of the map can be changed        ...
BASIC FUNCTIONSSpeech command system —The speech command system enablesyou to operate the navigation system, au-dio system...
BASIC FUNCTIONS3. Following voice guidance, say thecommand displayed on the screen.If a desired outcome is not shown, or i...
BASIC FUNCTIONSD Speech command example: Search-           When you search the destination by    ing for a route to your h...
BASIC FUNCTIONS— Command listThe system has a voice recognition com-mand list. You can operate the voice rec-            I...
BASIC FUNCTIONSD Speech command example: Chang-             D Speech command example:Chang-   ing map screen              ...
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
2012 Toyota 4Runner Display information
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Instructions to set up your address book, maps and many other exciting features on the 2012 Toyota 4Runner display.

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  1. 1. BASIC FUNCTIONS SECTION 1BASIC FUNCTIONS〈Basic information before operation〉D Initial screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26D Touch screen operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27D Inputting letters and numbers/List screen operation . . . . . . . . . 28D Screen adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31D Function help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32D Map screen operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Current position display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Screen scroll operation (one−touch scroll) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Switching the screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Map scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Foot print map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Orientation of the map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Map icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43D Speech command system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Command list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 25
  2. 2. BASIC FUNCTIONSInitial screenWhen the “ENGINE START STOP” switch After about 5 seconds, the “CAUTION”is in ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON screen automatically switches to the mapmode, the initial screen will be displayed screen. When the “MAP·VOICE” buttonand the system will begin operating. is also pushed, the map screen is dis- played. CAUTION While the “CAUTION” screen is displayed, the “DEST” or “SETUP” button cannot be When the vehicle is stopped with the operated. And if the “Calendar” button on engine running, always apply the the “Information” screen is touched, the parking brake for safety. screen will change back to the “CAUTION” screen. In about 5 seconds, or when theAfter a few seconds, the “CAUTION” “MAP·VOICE” button is pushed or thescreen will be displayed. “Show Map” is touched, the “CAUTION” screen will change to the map screen.26
  3. 3. BASIC FUNCTIONS Touch screen operationD Maintenance information This system is operated mainly by theThis system informs about when to replace touch screen buttons on the screen.certain parts or components and shows To prevent damage to the screen, light-dealer information (if registered) on the ly touch buttons on the screen with thescreen. finger. When a button on the screen isWhen the vehicle reaches a previously set touched, a beep sounds. (To set a beepdriving distance or date specified for a sound, see page 212.)scheduled maintenance check, the “Infor- Do not use objects other than the fingermation” screen will be displayed when the to touch the screen.navigation system is in operation. INFORMATION D If the system does not respond to a touch on a touch screen button, move the finger away from the screen and then touch it again. D Dimmed touch screen buttons cannot be operated. D Wipe off fingerprints using a glass cleaning cloth. Do not use chemi-To disable this screen, touch “Do Not cal cleaners to clean the touchDisplay This Message Again”. This screen.screen goes off if the screen is not op- D The displayed image may becomeerated for several seconds. darker and moving images may beTo prevent this information screen from be- slightly distorted when the displaying displayed again, touch “Do Not is cold.Display This Message Again”. D Under extremely cold conditions,To register maintenance information, see the map may not be displayed and“— Maintenance” on page 276. the data input by a user may be de- leted. Also, the touch screen but- tons may be harder than usual to depress. D When you look at the screen through polarized material such as polarized sunglasses, the screen may be dark and hard to see. If so, look at the screen from different angles, adjust the screen settings on the “Display” screen, or take off your sunglasses. 27
  4. 4. BASIC FUNCTIONSInputting letters andnumbers/List screenoperationWhen searching for an address or a name, D To input letters and numbersor entering, letters and numbers can be in- To display the alphabet keys, touchput via the touch screen. “A−Z”. INFORMATION Keyboard layout can be changed. (See page 214.) Enter letters by touching the keys directly. : Touching this button erases one letter. By holding this button, let- ters will continue to be erased. On certain letter entry screens, letters can be entered in upper or lower case. : To enter in lower case. : To enter in upper case.28
  5. 5. BASIC FUNCTIONSD To input symbols D To display the listTo display symbol keys, touch “Other”. To search for an address or a name, touchEnter symbols by touching the symbol “OK”. Matching items from the databasekeys directly. are listed even if the entered address or name is incomplete. : Touching this button erases one If the number of matches is five or less, the letter. By holding this button, let- list is displayed without touching “OK”. ters will continue to be erased. INFORMATION The number of matching items is shown to the right side of the screen. If the number of matching items is more than 999, the system displays “∗∗” on the screen. 29
  6. 6. BASIC FUNCTIONSD List screen operation D SortingWhen a list is displayed, use the appropri- The order of a list displayed on the screenate button to scroll through the list. can be rearranged. To shift to the next or previous 1. Touch “Sort”. page. Touch or to scroll through the displayed list. This expresses a displayed screen position. 2. Select the desired sorting criteria. If appears to the right of the Sorting criteria are as follows: item name, the complete name is “Distance”: To sort in the order of dis- too long for the display. Touch tance from your current location. to scroll to the end of the name. “Date”: To sort in the order of the date. Touch to scroll to the beginning “Category”: To sort in the order of the of the name. category. “Icon”: To sort in the order of the icons. “Name”: To sort in order by name.30
  7. 7. BASIC FUNCTIONSScreen adjustmentYou can adjust the contrast and brightnessof the screen. You can also turn the displayoff, and change the screen to either day ornight mode.D Contrast and brightness adjust- mentThe contrast and brightness of the screencan be adjusted depending on the bright-ness of your surroundings. You can alsoturn the display off. Contrast and brightness adjustment 2. Touch the desired button to adjust contrast and brightness. “Contrast” “+”: Strengthens the contrast of the screen. “Contrast” “–”: Weakens the contrast of the screen. “Brightness” “+”: Brightens the screen. “Brightness” “–”: Darkens the screen. 3. After adjusting the screen, touch “OK”. The screen goes off when “Screen Off” is1. Push the “DISP” button. touched. To turn the display screen back on, push the “DISP” button again, or push the “DEST” or another screen mode but- ton. INFORMATION When you do not touch any button on the “Display” screen for 20 seconds, the previous screen will be displayed. 31
  8. 8. BASIC FUNCTIONS Function helpD Changing between day mode and night mode When appears on the screen, an ex-Depending on the position of the headlight planation of the function can be displayed.switch, the screen changes to day mode ornight mode. 1. Touch .To display the screen in day mode evenwith the headlight switch on, touch“Day Mode” on the adjustment screenfor brightness and contrast control.If the screen is set in day mode with theheadlight switch turned on, this condition ismemorized in the system even with the en-gine turned off. 2. Touch the button of the desired function.32
  9. 9. BASIC FUNCTIONSMap screen operation — — Screen scroll operation— Current position display (one−touch scroll)When starting the navigation system, the When any point on the map is touched,current position is displayed first. that point moves to the center of the screenThis screen displays the current vehicle and is shown by the cursor mark ( 1 ).position and a map of the surrounding localarea. Use the scroll feature to move the desired point to the center of the screen for lookingThe current vehicle position mark ( 1 ) ap- at a point on the map that is different frompears in the center or bottom center of the the current position of the vehicle.map screen. If the finger is continuously held on theA street name will appear on the bottom of screen, the map will continue scrolling inthe screen, depending on the scale of the that direction until the finger is removed.map ( 2 ). A street name, city name, etc. of theYou can return to this map screen that touched point will be shown, depending onshows your current position at any time the scale of the map ( 2 ). Distance fromfrom any screen by pushing the the current position to will also be“MAP·VOICE” button. shown ( 3 ).While driving, the current vehicle position After the screen is scrolled, the map re-mark is fixed on the screen and the map mains centered at the selected locationmoves. until another function is activated. The cur- rent vehicle position mark will continue toThe current position is automatically set as move along your actual route and maythe vehicle receives signals from the GPS move off the screen. When the(Global Positioning System). If the current “MAP·VOICE” button is pushed, the cur-position is not correct, it is automatically rent vehicle position mark returns to thecorrected after the vehicle receives sig- center of the screen and the map moves asnals from the GPS. the vehicle proceeds along the designated route. INFORMATION D After battery disconnection, or on INFORMATION a new vehicle, the current position When the one−touch scroll feature is may not be correct. As soon as the used, the current vehicle position system receives signals from the mark may disappear from the screen. GPS, the correct current position Move the map with a one−touch scroll is displayed. again or push the “MAP·VOICE” but- D To correct the current position ton to return to the current vehicle manually, see page 227. position map location display. 33
  10. 10. BASIC FUNCTIONSD To set the cursor position as a des- D To register the cursor position as an tination address book entryA specific point on the map can be set as Address book entry registration enablesa destination using the one−touch scroll easy access to a specific point.function. Touch “Mark”.Touch “Enter ”. When you touch “Mark”, the followingThe screen changes and displays the map screen appears for a few seconds, andlocation of the selected destination and the then the map screen returns.route preference. (See “Starting routeguidance” on page 70.) The registered point is shown by on the map.34
  11. 11. BASIC FUNCTIONSTo change the icon or name, etc., see “ (b) D To see information about the iconEditing address book entries” on page where the cursor is set108.Up to 100 address book entries can be reg-istered. If there is an attempt to registermore than 100 address book entries, anerror message will appear. To display information about an icon, set the cursor on it. 35
  12. 12. BASIC FUNCTIONSPOI INFORMATION INFORMATIONWhen the cursor is set on a POI icon, thename and “Info.” are displayed at the top The desired Point of Interest can beof the screen. displayed on the map screen. (See “ — Display POI icons” on page 90.)Touch “Info.”.Information such as the name, address,and phone number are displayed.If “Enter ” is touched, the position of thecursor is set as a destination.If there is already a set destination, “Go to ” and “Add to Route” are displayed.“Go to ”: To delete the existing destina-tions and set a new one.“Add to Route”: To add a destination.To register this POI as an address bookentry, touch “Mark”. (See page 107.)If is touched, the registered tele-phone number can be called.36
  13. 13. BASIC FUNCTIONSADDRESS BOOK ENTRYINFORMATIONWhen the cursor is set on an address bookentry icon, the name and “Info.” are dis-played at the top of the screen. Information such as the name, address, and phone number are displayed. If “Enter ” is touched, the position of the cursor is set as a destination. If there is already a set destination, “Go toTouch “Info.”. ” and “Add to Route” are displayed. “Go to ”: To delete the existing destina- tions and set a new one. “Add to Route”: To add a destination. To edit an address book entry, touch “Edit”. (See “(b) Editing address book en- tries” on page 108.) To delete an address book entry, touch “Delete”. If is touched, the registered tele- phone number can be called. 37
  14. 14. BASIC FUNCTIONSDESTINATION INFORMATION XMr NavTraffic TEXT INFORMATIONWhen the cursor is set on a destination When you touch the XMr NavTraffic iconicon, the name and “Info.” are displayed on the map, the XMr NavTraffic info. baron the top of the screen. will appear on the upper part of the screen.Touch “Info.”. Touch “Info.”.Information such as the name, address, Traffic information is displayed on theand phone number are displayed. screen.To delete a destination, touch “Delete”. Touch “Detail” to display detailed traffic event information.If is touched, the registered tele-phone number can be called.38
  15. 15. BASIC FUNCTIONS— Switching the screensAny one of the screen configurations can Depending on the conditions, certainbe selected. screen configuration buttons cannot be selected. : To display the single map screen. (See page 40.) : To display the dual map screen. (See page 40.) : To display the compass mode1. Touch this button to display the fol- screen. (See page 41.)lowing screen. : To display the freeway screen. (See page 76.) : To display the turn list screen. (See page 78.) : To display the arrow screen. (See page 78.)2. To select the desired screen config- :uration, touch one of the following but-tons. To display the intersection guid- ance screen or the guidance screen on the freeway. (See page 77.) 39
  16. 16. BASIC FUNCTIONSD Screen configurations DUAL MAPSINGLE MAP A map can be displayed split in two.This is a regular map screen. While on a different screen, touchingWhile on a different screen, touching will display the dual map will display the single screen.map screen. The screen shows the dual map. The map on the left is the main map.The screen shows the single map. The right side map can be edited by touch- ing any specific point on the right side map. This screen can perform the following pro- cedures: 1. Changing the map scale 2. Displaying the POI icon 3. Show XMr NavTraffic Info. (See page 96.) 4. Changing the orientation of the map Touch “OK” when you complete edi- ting. The screen returns to the dual map screen.40
  17. 17. BASIC FUNCTIONS — Map scaleCOMPASS MODECurrent vehicle position is indicated with acompass.While on a different screen, touching will display the compassmode screen. Touch or to change the scale of the map display. The scale bar and indi- cator at the bottom of the screen indicates the map scale menu. The scale range is 150 feet (50 m) to 250 miles (400 km). Touch or until the scale barInformation about the destination and cur- changes normally. By continuing to touchrent position, as well as a compass, is dis- the button, the scale bar changes smooth-played on the screen. ly.The destination mark is displayed in the di- The scale of the map display can berection of the destination. When driving re- changed by touching the scale bar directly.fer to the longitude and latitude coordi- It is not available while driving.nates, and the compass, to make sure thatyour vehicle is headed in the direction of The map scale is displayed under thethe destination. north−up symbol or heading−up symbol at the top left of the screen. INFORMATION INFORMATION When the vehicle travels out of the coverage area, the guidance screen When the map scale is at the maxi- changes to the compass mode mum range of 250 miles (400 km), screen. is not shown. When the map scale is at the minimum range of 150 feet (50 m), is not shown. In areas where the foot print map is available the map scale changes from to when at the minimum range. 41
  18. 18. BASIC FUNCTIONS— Foot print mapFor the area which is covered by the foot D To display building informationprint map (Some areas in the following Information is available only for buildingscities: Detroit, Chicago, N.Y., L.A), you can for which information is recorded on theswitch to the foot print map on a scale of 75 map disc.feet (25 m).D To switch to the foot print map changes into when the mapis scaled down to 150 feet (50 m). Touch “Info.” while the foot print map is displayed.To display the foot print map, touch .To delete the foot print map display, touch . INFORMATION Details of POIs in some buildings may be D If the map or the current position is displayed. moved to the area which is not cov- ered by the foot print map, the For detailed POI information, touch the screen scale automatically building name. You can see details of the changes to 150 feet (50 m). selected POIs. D On the foot print map, a one way street is displayed by . D It is not possible to perform scroll- ing on the foot print map (one− touch scroll) while driving. The building footprints and related car- tographic information in this product comes with MAPMASTER digital mate- rials.42
  19. 19. BASIC FUNCTIONS— Orientation of the map —Map iconsThe orientation of the map can be changed Icon Namefrom North−up to Heading−up by touchingthe orientation symbol at the top left of the Islandscreen. ParkTouch or . Industry Business facility Airport Military University" North−up screen Hospital Stadium Shopping mall Golf" Heading−up screen North−up symbolRegardless of the direction of vehicle trav-el, North is always up. Heading−up symbolThe direction of vehicle travel is always up.A red arrow indicates North. 43
  20. 20. BASIC FUNCTIONSSpeech command system —The speech command system enablesyou to operate the navigation system, au-dio system and hands−free system by giv-ing a command. 2. After a beep sounds, say the com- mand of your choice. Speech commands are marked with . Speak the commands as displayed on the screen.1. Push the talk switch. If you want to check the command list, say “Command list” to display the commandAfter a beep sounds, the “Voice Menu” list screen. (See “— Command list” onscreen is displayed. page 47.) INFORMATIONVoice guidance for the speech com-mand system can be skipped bypushing the talk switch.44
  21. 21. BASIC FUNCTIONS3. Following voice guidance, say thecommand displayed on the screen.If a desired outcome is not shown, or if no " Microphonechoices are available, say “Go back” ortouch “Go Back” to return to the previous It is unnecessary to speak directly intoscreen. the microphone when giving a com- mand.To cancel speech command recognition,say “Cancel”, touch “Cancel”, or pushand hold the talk switch. INFORMATIONIf the navigation system does not respond D Wait for the confirmation beep be-or the confirmation screen does not disap- fore speaking a command.pear, please push the talk switch and tryagain. D Voice commands may not be rec- ognized if :If a speech command cannot be recog-nized within 6 seconds, the voice guidance D Spoken too quicklysystem will say “Pardon?” (“Command not D Spoken at a low or high volumerecognized.” will be displayed on the D The windows or sunroof are openscreen) and speech command receptionwill restart. D Passengers are talking while voice commands are spokenIf a speech command cannot be recog-nized two consecutive times, the voiceguidance system will say “Paused. To re-start voice recognition, push the talkswitch.”, then be suspended. 45
  22. 22. BASIC FUNCTIONSD Speech command example: Search- When you search the destination by ing for a route to your home. POI, this screen is displayed.1. Push the talk switch.2. Say “Go home”.If a home address is not registered, thevoice guidance system will say “Yourhome is not set” and you will be promptedto enter a home address. (See page 101.)When the speech command is recog-nized, a map of the area around your homeis displayed. INFORMATION In the following conditions, the sys- tem may not recognize the command properly and using speech com- mands may not be possible. D The command is not correct or clear. Note that certain words, accents, or3. Touch “Enter” or say “Enter”, and speech patterns may be difficult forthe system starts searching for a route the system to recognize.to your home. D There are some noises such asTo return to the “Voice Menu” screen, say wind noise, etc.“Go back” or touch “Go Back”.Touch “Cancel” or say “Cancel”, and thespeech command system will be can-celed.46
  23. 23. BASIC FUNCTIONS— Command listThe system has a voice recognition com-mand list. You can operate the voice rec- INFORMATIONognition system by saying any command When the “Voice Menu” screen is dis-from the displayed command list. Howev- played, all the commands in the voiceer, the XMr NavTraffic commands cannot recognition command list can be rec-be used where the XMr NavTraffic service ognized.is not available. (For details, see “XMrNavTraffic” page 96.)1. Push the talk switch.2. Say “Command list”.3. Say the command of your choice tooperate the system.To confirm commands on the screen,touch or to scroll through thecommand list. This function is availableonly when the vehicle is not moving. 47
  24. 24. BASIC FUNCTIONSD Speech command example: Chang- D Speech command example:Chang- ing map screen ing map scale1. Push the talk switch. 1. Push the talk switch.2. Say “Command list”. 2. Say “Command list”.3. Say “Dual map”. 3. Say “Zoom in” or “Zoom out”.To confirm commands on the screen, To confirm commands on the screen,touch or to scroll through the touch or to scroll through thecommand list. This function is available command list. This function is availableonly when the vehicle is not moving. only when the vehicle is not moving.When or is touched, push the talk When or is touched, push the talkswitch again and say the command. switch again and say the command.The screen shows the dual map. The scale of the map display is changed.48

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