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Download & Update. It’s as easy as 1-2-3.

Here you’ll find everything you need to update your Toyota’s multimedia or navigation system firmware. Simply follow the easy 3-step process.

You can find out more information about firmware updates (including what they are) in our Frequently Asked Questions.


In order to complete the steps – and to ensure that you are downloading the correct update – please have the following on hand.


The Face Plate Number is a 5 or 6-digit alphanumeric identifier, specific to the multimedia unit in your Toyota*.

When facing your multimedia unit, on most vehicles** the Face Plate Number is located on the bottom-right of the unit.

* IMPORTANT: If your Toyota vehicle is equipped with Entune, please refer to the instructions for checking the Entune part number. Vehicles equipped with Entune are not provided with Face Plate Numbers.

** On some vehicles, the Face Plate number may be in a different location, either located centrally or near the CD slot.

The Part Number is an identifier specific to the multimedia unit in your Toyota. It is a minimum of 10-digits and may contain both letters and numbers*.

Images are examples only. Actual images may differ. The procedure below is representative, however there may be minor differences for select systems.


With the multimedia unit powered on, press the MENU hard button beside the screen.


Once the Menu screen is displayed, select Setup.


Once the Setup screen is displayed, scroll up until Software Update is visible and select Software Update.


On the Software Update screen, select the Model Info soft button**.

** IMPORTANT: There may be a “Check for Update” soft button in the bottom right side of the screen. Ignore this button. Selecting this may result in an incorrect indication that “no update is available”.


Record the Parts No. for DCU from the Model Information screen.

NOTE 1: This number will be used in a later step to ensure you get the correct firmware. Enter the number without a hyphen. The number will be entered without a hyphen.

NOTE 2: The Parts No. may contain numbers or letters. The character “0” is typically the number zero, not the upper-case “o”.

* IMPORTANT: If your Toyota vehicle is not equipped with Entune, please refer to the instructions for locating your Face Plate Number.

These downloads are accessible in Canada only for select Canadian Toyota vehicles. Do not attempt to apply firmwares to multimedia units for which they are not intended. Toyota accepts no responsibility for multimedia units that are damaged by the installation of an incorrect firmware. Installation of an updated firmware may result in changes in functionality. Although firmwares are updated to correct concerns and enhance functionality, there is the possibility that existing functionality may no longer be available, or functionality may change significantly.

Your local dealer may provide updates free of charge under the Basic Coverage (3 years or 60,000 km, whichever comes first) of your vehicle's warranty. Dealers may charge a fee for vehicles outside of Basic Coverage.

Need help? Your Toyota Dealer is happy to provide assistance.

Charges may apply

Contact Dealer
Don’t Forget Your Flash Drive! You’ll need a blank USB 2.0 flash drive with a storage capacity of 2GB to 8GB, formatted as FAT16 or FAT32.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • A firmware is a type of software that is similar to an operating system for your multimedia system. Firmware updates are sometimes also referred to as software updates.

  • A firmware update is different from an Entune update. The Entune update messages you see pop up on the display are for the Entune apps that operate on your multimedia system.

  • A firmware update will not update the maps in your navigation system.

  • Firmware updates can correct multimedia system operation concerns. A list of items addressed is included in the "Firmware and Version Compare" instructions that are displayed after you search to see if a firmware is available for your vehicle.

  • If your multimedia unit has a concern that is not listed or is due to a hardware issue, a firmware update will not correct this.

  • Firmware updates are optional. You can review the details in the "Firmware Version and Compare" instructions to see the benefits of updating, or you can just perform the update if you want peace of mind.

  • The "Firmware Version and Compare" instructions show how to do this. If you are hesitant to download or have a slower internet connection, please review these instructions.

  • The webpage provides instructions and links in various locations to provide assistance on finding the information to navigate the three steps on the website side. The Download and the Installation instructions provide details on working with the firmwares and the vehicle.

  • Firmware updates do not provide new features. As an example, it is not possible to add Entune by doing a firmware update.

  • Most users do not find it difficult to update the firmware. When the update has been completed, many remark that it was much easier than expected. Users that have not done a firmware update before may feel more comfortable if they work together with a technically savvy computer user.

  • Most concerns are addressed by reviewing the instructions, or by rechecking the information that was entered. Instructions contain hints or cautions that address most commonly encountered challenges. If further assistance is required, you can contact your dealer. Charges may apply.

  • Information is requested to enable us to provide the firmware that is correct for your vehicle. In addition, customized instructions suited to your vehicle are also provided.

  • No. Do not attempt to install an update from a different multimedia unit or vehicle. This website is designed to provide you with the correct firmware version for your combination of multimedia unit and vehicle.

  • Currently no Toyota vehicles have the ability to receive firmware updates Over-The-Air (OTA).

  • We do not charge for downloading firmwares. Depending on your internet provider, charges for data usage may apply.

  • The update files range from 15 MB to 800 MB.

  • The download time can vary significantly depending on your internet connection, and file sizes vary significantly, so unfortunately it is difficult to provide a guideline. Please allow for significant download time on slower internet connections.

  • We are considering the development of some how-to videos.

  • Most updates take about 10 minutes to install on the vehicle, but in some cases can take as long as 45 minutes. Please refer to the installation instructions for your application to confirm.

  • Unfortunately, due to differences in technology, Scion vehicles are not supported.

  • No, only 2014 MY and later models are supported.

  • Firmwares are only available for selected vehicles. Some models that are not suitable for firmware distribution online may have updates available through the dealer.

  • The "Firmware Version and Compare" instructions show how to do this. If you are heistant to download or have a slower internet connection, please review these instructions.

  • Some illustrations are easier to view if the instructions are printed in colour. Alternately, save the PDF and display it on a mobile device to review the instructions in colour.