Freedome blocks the Android Auto App
I am using Android Auto along with the Motorola MA1 adapter.
It happens that Freedome is blocking Android Auto resulting in connection failure.
I wanted to put AA on the whitelist but it does not appear on the list of Apps.
Is there any solution other than shutting the VPN off manually?
Why this problem is not still answered by f-secure. I can nyt understand.
I think either it is not possible to bypass Android Auto for VPN app or (yet) not possible to bypass system apps with F-Secure VPN.
I cannot allow list Android Auto, because it is not listed as an app in Freedome VPN.
I am also only an F-Secure user, but I do not use VPN much (and not near my device with installed F-Secure application where Privacy VPN is included). But could you tell me:
- is Android Auto built-in app on your device? Or it is 'third party' one (which can be installed from Play Store)?
- is any other system app (pre-installed, built-in or so) listed in Freedome VPN? I do remember that, for example, Google Play Store was there (at least) - but not sure that this is the same category with modern "Android Auto" feature.
It is looks like that most of VPN solutions with this trouble to excluding/bypassing Android Auto. More often, because "Android Auto" became a system (?) app, which is pre-installed or built-in - so not listed at all (as app). Rarely, because VPN solution will not provide an option to exclude/bypass system ones/processes or such things.
// and, well, if this sort of applications as "Android Auto" is not listed in Freedome VPN (bypass options) at all - it is a good idea to put feature request there: Feature Requests — F-Secure Community
Why this problem is still going on? It is so simple, that f-secure asks, that the android adds the android auto to the application list. It is so simple. Why are you not doing so. You are not a good company to the customer. It is samefull.
Still not an answer, but an advice: you can meanwhile to vote this feature request: