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I have a 2015 Prado Altitude which has the JBL radio used in various Toyota models. The radio has a terrible echo & feedback for anyone who calls me in the car. I dont hear the echo in the car, it is only people who call me from either mobile or landline phones. The supplier (Fujitsu Ten) and Toyota Australia have evaluated the car and confirmed the problem but dont have any solutions. Has anyone else experienced this type of problem with their JBL radios?
Hi all, These photos are taken over the span of about a year with some small additions during that time. First change being the addition of the 19" Kluger wheels, replacing the standard 17" alloys: Second mod was replacing the standard Touring reverse cam radio with a newer model unit with sat nav. Required modification to the wiring to work with all the existing features of the Touring: Third and fourth modifications being the addition of a Uniden UBC355XLT analog radio scanner and a USB/Aux input socket from the Subaru BRZ/Toyota 86, positioned where the lighter socket and ash tray previously were. At the time the scanner's wire antenna was hidden in the A pillar trim: TOCAU sticker: Hardwire install of the Uniden iGO 320 dash cam. It has since been repositioned to the driver's side: DRLs installed. By this time the smaller Toyota weathershields were also installed: Additional steering wheel controls for phone on hook/off hook and voice command from a US Camry installed: Proper antenna for the scanner installed: USB charging port and phone mount installed:
I have just purchased a new hybrid. I have heard there may be issues with certain mobile phones pairing with Camry bluetooth. I am up for a phone upgrade. Can you tell me what phone you have that succesfully works for you? I am looking at getting a Galaxy Slll. Thanks in advance.