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Toyota Entune Updates Free via Download

Discussion in 'Tech Help' started by Lewis, Jul 5, 2016.

  1. OishiiJPN

    OishiiJPN Administrator

    That will not be allowed here. It's against the TOS and besides, just follow what 4runkan did and you'll be fine.
     
  2. Nik

    Nik Guest

    Match your player model look like: 13TDANNA-CA02...

    ***Do not post links to uploaded copyrighted matererial. If you purchased it then it is yours but not to share.
     
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  3. ncfroc

    ncfroc New Member

    I have a 2014 rav with the entune Plus (version DU.35.08). I have 35.5k miles and asked my dealer to update to the latest firmware under warranty. They insist that it's running the latest.
    Do I need to pay for the update or go to a different dealer?
     
  4. ncfroc

    ncfroc New Member

    After showing the dealer the TSB, they "found" the update and applied it. Thanks!
     
  5. jordan

    jordan Guest


    what was the outcome?
     
  6. There was a service update about this. No fix will be issued because its a probem with the phone nd not the car by their determintion.
     
  7. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Does any know if the updated software will allow you to calibrate the touch screen?
     
  8. NAV44

    NAV44 New Member

    I have a 2014 RAV4 XLE and the Entune system has been in a boot loop since yesterday morning. I have tried restarting, hard reset via the power/volume button, turning off my phone and disconnecting the battery for 4 hours with no luck. The screen remains unresponsive and in the boot loop. As near as I can tell, this isn't a rare issue. Do anyone know if the files available through the linked techinfo site would help fix that problem? I worry that with an unresponsive screen I won't be able to start an update. It seems I need something that will override the head unit's reboot and force it to do a clean install.
     
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  9. OishiiJPN

    OishiiJPN Administrator

    The update for your audio unit will not fix this concern (you wouldn't be able to perform it anyway). You need a new audio unit unfortunately. :(
     
  10. NAV44

    NAV44 New Member

    Not the answer I was hoping for, but it is still appreciated. It is somewhat mind boggling that Toyota would build (or contract with someone who would build) what is essentially a computer without a recovery mode. At least I now know what to look for in aftermarket units.
     

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