So I have a 2009 Camry Hybrid that I bought used in October, one issue I have with the smart key is it doesn't open all the other doors when I touch the driver door. Being a 6'2 20 year old I'm not worried abOut the safety aspect of someone else jumping in my car. I took my car to the dealership last weekend and asked if they could change it for me as I read online it had to be changed by the dealer. They told me it was not possible. There was no way to change that setting. After digging on this forum, I found a 10 second solution; given by user TomCat 4 years ago. Keep the car off and follow this procedure, option two, hearing two beeps twice outside the car will make all doors unlock on touching the driver side. Release the buttons after you hear the beeps. Worked first try for me!

Here's the procedure:

CHANGING THE DOORS TO BE UNLOCKED

Each time you push the lock button
together with the panic button on the
smart key for about 5 seconds with the
hybrid system off, the setting for door
unlocking will change as follows:

1. Driverís door unlocking mode: If you
perform smart unlocking operation on
the driverís door, it will unlock. Performing
unlocking operation on the
front passengerís door or back door
will unlock all the doors. When the
system switches to this mode, one
beep sounds inside the vehicle and two
beeps sound three times.

2. All doors unlocking mode: Performing
smart unlocking operation on either
front door or back door will unlock all
the doors. When the system switches
to this mode, one beep sounds inside
the vehicle and two beeps sound twice.

3. Single door unlocking mode: The
driverís door or back door on which
you perform smart unlocking operation
will unlock. However, performing unlocking
operation on the front passengerís
door will unlock all the doors.
When the system switches to this
mode, one beep sounds inside the vehicle
and two beeps sound once.