This was a tough fix involving Linux kernel WiFi driver, WiFi P2P, wpa_supplicant, Android Java framework for Miracast and using gdb to debug wpa_supplicant.
"I have worked with tinyDebian on a tricky USB debug problem. He was a very good sparring partner and provided the solution which ultimately solved the whole problem. I'm looking forward to working with him in the future."
— Børge Strand-Bergesen, Henry Audio
Windows natively supports USB Audio Class version 1.0, we were the first one in the world fixed the issue Windows can not detect Linux based UAC1 device and we upstreamed the patch.
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