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Toyota Sienna 2010-2019 Owners Manual: Making a call

Once a Bluetooth® phone is registered, you can make a call using the following procedure:

Dialing

  1. Display the phone screen.
  2. Select the “Dial Pad” tab and enter a phone number.

    To delete the input phone number, select .


    For the first digit, you can enter “+” by selecting “” for a while.

  3. Press the switch on the
    steering wheel or select

Dialing from the contacts list

You can dial a number from the contact data imported from your cellular phone. The system has one contact for each registered phone. Up to 2500 contacts may be stored in each contact.

  1. Display the phone screen.
  2. Select “Contacts” tab.
  3. Choose the desired contact to call from the list.
  4. Choose the number and then press the switch on the steering
    wheel or select .

When the contact is empty

You can transfer the phone numbers in a Bluetooth® phone to the system.

Operation methods differ between PBAP (Phone Book Access Profile) compatible and PBAP incompatible Bluetooth® phones. If the cellular phone does not support either PBAP or OPP (Object Push Profile) service, you cannot transfer contacts.

  1. Press the switch on the
    steering wheel.

    If the phonebook is empty, a message will be displayed.

  1. Select the desired item.

Toyota Sienna. When the contact is empty


  1. Select to transfer new contacts from a cellular phone, select “Always” and then enable “Automatic Transfer”.
  2. Select to transfer all the contacts from a connected cellular phone only once.
  3. Select to cancel transferring.
  1. Select the desired item.

Toyota Sienna. When the contact is empty


  1. Select to transfer the contacts from the connected cellular phone.

    Follow the steps in “Update contacts from phone” from step 2.

  2. Select to add a new contact manually.
  3. Follow the steps in “Registering a new contact to the contacts list” from step 2. Select to cancel transferring.

Calling using favorites list

You can make a call using numbers registered in the contact.

  1. Display the phone screen.
  2. Select “Favorites” tab.
  3. Select the desired number to make a call.

Dialing from call history

You can make a call using the call history, which has the 3 functions below.

: calls which you missed
: calls which you received
: calls which you made


  1. Display the phone screen.
  2. Select “Call History” tab.
  3. Select or the desired entry
    from the list.
  1. Check that the “Call” screen is displayed.
  1. Select the desired number.
  2. Check that the “Call” screen is displayed.

Call history list

International calls

You may not be able to make international calls, depending on the mobile phone in use.

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