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Toyota Entune Update

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

  1. Lewis

    Lewis Moderator Staff Member

    If you experience your Toyota Audio unit freezing, rebooting or the controls (knobs and touch screen) becoming unresponsive to your inputs, you will want to check with your Toyota Dealer and see if you have the latest Firmware installed in your Entune System. Here is a quick video showing an issue like this...


    Toyota has let vehicle Owners in the past update their Audio Unit with the latest firmware via a USB Drive. Here is one such Owner who took the time to share his experience...


    You can sign up for and manage your Enutne Account here...

    The update needed will vary based on the Audio Installed in your Toyota vehicle. Here is a list of the most up to date firmware versions...

    2014-2017 4Runner, Highlander, Highlander, Tacoma, Tundra, Sequoia
    2015-2017 Avalon, Avalon HV, Prius V, Sienna, Venza
    Panasonic Made Unit
    Software Version:
    010145
    010161
    010189
    TSB 0103-16 Rev 1


    2013 RAV4
    Fujitsu Ten Made Unit
    Software Version:
    0.0403

    2016-2017 Camry and Camry Hybrid
    201602017 Corolla
    2016-2017 RAV4 and RAV4 Hybrid
    Fujitsu Ten Made Unit
    Software Version:
    UU.11.16
    EU.20.25
    CU.20.26
    TSB 0019-16 Rev 2


    2014-2015 - Corolla, RAV4
    2014.5 - Camry/Camry Hybrid
    2015 - Camry, Camry Hybrid and Prius C
    Fujitsu Ten Made Unit
    Software Version:
    BU.70.31
    BU.38.48
    DU.70.73
    AU.70.75
    AU.38.88


    2014 4Runner and Highlander
    2014.5 Camry
    Pioneer Made Unit
    Software Version:
    0831

    2012-2013 4Runner
    2013-2014 Avalon/ Avalon Hybrid
    2012-2014 Camry/Camry Hybrid
    2012-2013 Corolla
    2013 Highlander/ Highlander
    Hybrid
    2012-2014 Prius series
    2015 Prius
    2012-2013 RAV4
    2012-2013 Tacoma
    2013-2014 Venza
    Harman
    Becker Made Unit
    Software Version:

    5.2.0

    2012 Camry and Camry Hybrid
    2012 Prius V
    Denso Made Unit
    Software Version:

    V6673170

    2013 Land Cruiser
    Denso Made Unit
    Software Version:

    V6613650

    2012-2013 RAV4 EV
    Denso Made Unit
    Software Version:

    VB503150
     
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  2. Blair dee

    Blair dee New Member

    just wondering if any updates have been released since this was posted. I have a 2016 Camry with the entune audio system (no nav or apps). I just checked and the current software is UU.11.06.

    The reason I am asking is that very often, my bluetooth will drop or when I use siri hands free, it will trigger siri and then drop the bluetooth.

    the problem is intermittent so its been hard to troubleshoot. I was hoping there would be a software update which would help.
     
  3. Zayouna

    Zayouna New Member

    How I can get AU.70.75 firmware update, online?
    for RAV4 2014
     
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  4. Tommy sears

    Tommy sears Guest

    i am in need of a way to update my entune pioneer. but am unable to create an account due to i dont have the apps suite version of entune, i see that the current version is newer than what i have in my 2015 camry se, is there a way to still update without having to pay the 70$ dealer fee...
     
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  5. OishiiJPN

    OishiiJPN Administrator

    I don't believe Toyota offers the online download anymore (possibly via www.techinfo.toyota.com) but this update should be covered by the 3year/36,000 mile warranty. Just ask your Toyota Dealer Service Department for the update the next time your in for an oil change.
     
  6. OishiiJPN

    OishiiJPN Administrator

    See my reply to Zayouna above. I think that if you visit www.techinfo.toyota.com and look under the TSB section for audio updates, you should be able to update your firmware via a USB drive. The cost is like $15 for 2-3 days which is less than the $70 your Dealer wants. I know some Dealers will do this at no charge. It really comes down to your "relationship" with your Dealer.
     
  7. Terri Lee

    Terri Lee Guest

     
  8. Zee

    Zee New Member

    how can i get BU.70.31 software?
     
  9. Lewis

    Lewis Moderator Staff Member

    See Oishii's reply just above Terri Lee.
     
  10. Zee

    Zee New Member

    I went to the site you recommended and i still cannot find that software update.
     
  11. OishiiJPN

    OishiiJPN Administrator

    If, after you login, enter your radio's face-plate number while searching your vehicle year/model, it should pull up any TSB's with relevant Entune updates that you can download to a thumbdrive. If you still cant find it, then the Dealer may be your best option.
     
  12. yuppicide

    yuppicide New Member

    I could use this update for BU.70.31.

    I spoke with someone at Toyota and they confirmed they were going to squash a few little bugs that annoy me. I am also hoping it might clear up lag I have with bluetooth when watching a video.

    Could someone tell me if that website would have it for sure? I don't want to pay $15 to subscribe for 2 days and not even have the file. I could give you the number off my unit. I've got a 2014 Corolla.

    I will gladly subscribe to the website if I have to, or give someone a few bucks if they could download me the update.
     
  13. Gregm

    Gregm Guest

    Thanks for all of this info. I just paid the Guelph Ontario Canada $75 for a firmware update for my 2013 Venza with Navigation audio system. They told me that I already had the latest version and that it worked OK for them when they tested it. They charged me $75 anyway. After finding this thread, loading up my usb stick with version 5.2, which is listed as for the 2013 Venza, stuck it in my sound system, the screen popped up and asked me if I want to go ahead and update my version 3.1 to 5.2, Yes or No? I chose No, for now.

    Needless to say, I'm going back tomorrow to get them to either refund my money or update the firmware, so if they brick it, its on them not me. Thoughts?
     
  14. Gregm

    Gregm Guest

    Sorry, I meant to say this was the Guelph Ontario Canada, Toyota dealership.
     
  15. 4runkan

    4runkan Guest

    I just tried the $15 standard account and it didn't work. The files appear to be in a "calibration" directory that requires a higher membership level. Considering trying the $55 membership level to see if it works, but would hate to waste that amount of money without knowing for sure.
     
  16. 4runkan

    4runkan Guest

    There was a $40 upgrade available to the Pro level so I did that. Got my file and upgraded my head unit. All good.

    Also grabbed all the other Panasonic upgrade files just in case.
     
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  17. OishiiJPN

    OishiiJPN Administrator

    That is so AWESOME! 4runkan, I can't say thanks enough for doing this, helping out and letting other Toyota Owners that it can be done with just a little bit of work. Great Job! :cool:
     
  18. 4runkan

    4runkan Guest

    So the cheapest way to get this is to sign up for the $15 and then wait a day and upgrade to pro for $20/day for a total of $35. I upgraded right away and ended up paying the full $55 (still worth it).

    Or... you could get a Panasonic file from me. If you've upgraded firmware on anything before, you can do this.
     
  19. 4runkan

    4runkan Guest

    If you do use TechInfo, you want to search TIS for the service bulletin for Entune updates. The service bulletin is named "Entune Audio Head Unit Software Update (Panasonic)"

    The current bulletin is T-SB-0103-16 Rev1
     
  20. CU.20.26

    CU.20.26 Guest

    Could anyone upload CU.20.26 FILES
     

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