The problem seems to be with Telegram instead of Android Auto, if you want to use Telegram chat from the car, don't update the App.
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Telegram, one of the most famous messaging applications, has been removed from the Android Auto control panel, despite its regular updates and special privacy-focused features.
In late December, users noticed that Telegram disappeared from the Android Auto control panel when connecting their Android phones. Although both applications received updates in December, it is unclear whether the issue is due to a Telegram update or a new version of Android Auto.
The new version of Telegram is incompatible with Android Auto
In a study, no specific shared component was identified among users affected by the problem. Apparently, there is no specific phone model or version of Android Auto that is the cause, but all affected users have the latest version of Telegram (10.5.0) installed on their devices.
It does not seem that the latest version of Android Auto (10.9) is the culprit, as some users who updated Android Auto but not Telegram can still use the application. Since there is currently no solution available, the only option is to roll back to an earlier version of Telegram to continue using the application.
Although it is still unknown when a patch will be released to fix this issue, Google has already been notified and has requested more information about the bug. The exact number of affected users is unclear, but some Android Auto users have confirmed the problem in Google forums.
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