GramJS

auth.ImportAuthorization

Logs in a user using a key transmitted from his native data-centre.

Example

const { Api, TelegramClient } = require("telegram");
const { StringSession } = require("telegram/sessions");

const session = new StringSession(""); // You should put your string session here
const client = new TelegramClient(session, apiId, apiHash, {});

(async function run() {
  await client.connect(); // This assumes you have already authenticated with .start()

  const result = await client.invoke(
    new Api.auth.ImportAuthorization({
      id: 43,
      bytes: Buffer.from("arbitrary data here"),
    })
  );
  console.log(result); // prints the result
})();
import { Api, TelegramClient } from "telegram";
import { StringSession } from "telegram/sessions";

const session = new StringSession(""); // You should put your string session here
const client = new TelegramClient(session, apiId, apiHash, {});

(async function run() {
  await client.connect(); // This assumes you have already authenticated with .start()

  const result: Api.auth.Authorization = await client.invoke(
    new Api.auth.ImportAuthorization({
      id: 43,
      bytes: Buffer.from("arbitrary data here"),
    })
  );
  console.log(result); // prints the result
})();

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
idintUser ID
bytesbytesAuthorization key

Result

auth.Authorization

Possible errors

CodeTypeDescription
400AUTH_BYTES_INVALIDThe provided authorization is invalid
400USER_ID_INVALIDThe provided user ID is invalid

Can bots use this method?

Yes