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SubjectHow to use an usb interface than is claimed by HID?
Hello everyone,

I'm writing a driver for an USB device that has one configuration with
several interfacies and one of them is a HID interface. So when I check
this interface whether it's claimed (usb_interface_claimed), I find out
that it is, and it's claimed by the HID driver. So here is the
question: how can I ask the HID driver to unclaim this very interface
for me so that I can use it? The HID driver is needed for some other
devices, so I can't just rmmod it.

Thanks in advice.

Regards,
Ivan Ukhov.
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