Question about Cell Phones
First, take a look at the dvd on another device and make sure you didn't erase the data. If something is there it will (most likely) be in a map type of extension for the file. If there is data then I'd try to reestablish communication by inserting the disk then remove the fuse that powers that system. Let it set without power for at least an hour then re-power by replacing the fuse and power the system back up using the key in the 'on' position. If this doesn't work contact your local Toyota service rep., this can't be the first time this has happened...Good luck!
Posted on May 16, 2014
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