-Jonny-

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About -Jonny-

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  • First Name
    Jon
  • Gender*
    Male
  • Toyota Model
    Verso Design Petrol 1.6
  • Toyota Year
    2017
  • Location
    Sussex
  • Interests
    General Automotive
    Travel
    Computers & Electronics
  1. Does no one use this, or is it working for everyone else? I contacted Toyota several times over this and the best they could come up with was to manually add an address to favourites before I set off!! C'mon!
  2. MP3 or WMA like the Touch & Go (which has much more information in its manual!), but there may be others. I ended up using WMA CBR 192 kbps (VBR gave it problems calculating track length/position), embedding the artwork into the file.
  3. You can rip your CD's to a USB stick. Pop the USB stick into USB port (by passenger legs in center console). Then on head unit push media button and choose USB. You can browse for albums or artists, and I think create your own playlists. If you have an MP3 player /ipod, you can connect using the 3.5 audio plug which is next to the USB port and select it on head unit using media button.
  4. Has anyone been able to use the navigation system in an address from their phone book? 99% of the time I get "address not navigable". I have tried several ways of putting the address in my phone book - commas, new lines, omitting county etc, but with no success. There must be some logic as to how it uses the phone book address - anyone got any help?
  5. I've still not found any solution to this. How are others getting on with their contacts addresses? Sent from my LG-D855 using Tapatalk
  6. Has anyone been able to use the navigation system in an address from their phone book? 99% of the time I get "address not navigable". I have tried several ways of putting the address in my phone book - commas, new lines, omitting county etc, but with no success. There must be some logic as to how it uses the phone book address - anyone got any help? Sent from my LG-D855 using Tapatalk
  7. Thanks Cyker, I am going to try and fit it to my dome light cluster. There is constant power there, and there's also a signal of when ancillary is on. The ancillary is too low power to run cam, so I'm going to use a relay switch and use the constant power as source. Yes I have a 5v box. I couldn't find an easy way to run wire from ceiling to fuse box, and am a bit concerned plating with the posts as they have airbag written in them! So I think this'll be the neatest way to hide the wires. Sent from my LG-D852 using Tapatalk
  8. Ah, found the button to add pic!
  9. I too was a little disappointed. However, my interest was a little different but I still agree with you. Coming from a '00 Corolla, where I could actually see the front of my bonnet, well nearly, I thought it best to get front parking sensors as the back was okay having a rear camera. As the car was late to actually materialise I read the manual to console myself, and I too was expecting visual confirmation of the sensors as this it's what is inn the manual. So I'm not sure how they can not supply this as it's inky when the give you the little pamphlet after you've bought it that it omits talking about any visual signaling. So, although I can sort of understand what the mood says, I don't think Toyota have been very helpful or transparent about this purchase. Nb p. 302 of the verso owners manual (I can't add pics on this tapatalk app) Sent from my LG-D852 using Tapatalk
  10. I'm a new happy owner of a Verso (leaving behind my '00 Corolla fastback) and am looking to add a dash-cam to it (as I had several front-end smacks on my Corolla). The two things I'm looking for is where to get the power from where to mount the dash-cam I have decided to hard-wire it. So, I was thinking of piggy-back from a fuse (CIG/ACC-B look like a target). This would mean I couldn't replace the fuse cover. Has anyone any experience of tapping into a power source? Where did you tap into? I also think maybe the best place to mount it is behind the mirror on the passenger side. It would need to be low enough to sit under the mirror cluster box, which is maybe a little annoying for my passenger. Has anyone mounted a dash-cam? Where did you put it?