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30 minutes ago, mickeyt said:

what information do you get on the lexus link app from the car linked it all but doesn’t show any data 

Michael,

You should be able to see where the car is, the history of journeys you have made, pay for a data plan on the WiFi box, set up Radly internet radio (broken on Lexus link but I can let you know the work around if you want), send a destination to the car, and see the status of the 12V Battery etc.

Its quite useful.

Paul

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is that on 450h the find my car not working or journey data might have to contact dealer not sue what i’ve done wrong 😑 

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5 hours ago, mickeyt said:

is that on 450h the find my car not working or journey data might have to contact dealer not sue what i’ve done wrong 😑 

Yeap - that's on a 2021 RX450h.

Paul

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3 hours ago, TonyShrew said:

Paul

How do you get the Radly internet radio working.

Hi Tony,

I assume that when you login to Lexus link and click on Radly internet radio it tried to load a web page and fails so all you see it a blank screen?

Secondly, have you connected the Bluetooth media profile on the infotainment to the WiFi box?  Just let me know so i know where to start the instructions.

We need to do some on car configuration and some ln the wen configuration.  I can guide you through both if you need.

Cheers,

Paul

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On 1/23/2022 at 6:22 PM, TonyShrew said:

Paul

How do you get the Radly internet radio working.

Sorry I forgot to answer this.  You will need to login to https://www.radly.fm/

 

Do not login where it says "Lexus user login".  (that would be too obvious!)

Login wih the Radly Uder Login at the top of the page.  Try the same credentials you use for your My Lexus login.

In the car you need to connect the Bluetooth audio profile to the wifi box Bluetooth connection.  The internet radio is streamed over the BT to the stereo.  When you have done this, select BT audio on the stereo and it should give you Radly channels.

In the radly.fm website you can then select favourites that will cycle through over the BT connection.  It's very good for listening to foreign language stations, of, indeed, UK stations when abroad with the car.

Let me know if that works.

Paul

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