As you may probably know, Telegram allows users (and bots) having more than one session (authorizations) registered in the system at the same time.
Briefly explaining, sessions are simply new logins in your account. They can be reviewed in the settings of an official
app (or by invoking
GetAuthorizations with Pyrogram). They
store some useful information such as the client who’s using them and from which country and IP address.
That’s how a session looks like on the Android app, showing the three main pieces of information.
app_version: Pyrogram 0.13.0
device_model: CPython 3.7.2
system_version: Linux 4.15.0-23-generic
Set Custom Values¶
To set custom values, you can either make use of the
config.ini file, this way:
[pyrogram] app_version = 1.2.3 device_model = PC system_version = Linux
Or, pass the arguments directly in the Client’s constructor.
app = Client( "my_account", app_version="1.2.3", device_model="PC", system_version="Linux" )
Set Custom Languages¶
To tell Telegram in which language should speak to you (terms of service, bots, service messages, …) you can
lang_code in ISO 639-1 standard (defaults to “en”,
With the following code we make Telegram know we want it to speak in Italian (it):
[pyrogram] lang_code = it
app = Client( "my_account", lang_code="it", )