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CONFIG_DVB_DIBUSB_MISDESIGNED_DEVICES: Enable support for some misdesigned (see help) devices, which identify with wrong IDs

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_DVB_DIBUSB_MISDESIGNED_DEVICES:

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Somehow Artec/Ultima Electronic forgot to program the eeprom of some of their USB1.1/USB2.0 devices. So comes that they identify with the default Vendor and Product ID of the Cypress CY7C64613 (AN2235) or Cypress FX2.

Affected device IDs: 0x0574:0x2235 (Artec T1 USB1.1, cold) 0x04b4:0x8613 (Artec T1 USB2.0, cold) 0x0574:0x1002 (Artec T1 USB2.0, warm) 0x0574:0x2131 (aged DiBcom USB1.1 test device)

Say Y if your device has one of the mentioned IDs.

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