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|<center>0x1c88:0x0007</center> || <center>Analog</center>
|<center>0x1c88:0x0007</center> || <center>Analog</center>
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|<center>-</center> ||<center>EasyCAP DC60+ clone: Virtual Tuner Device</center>
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|<center>-</center> ||<center>Virtual Tuner Device</center>
|<center>0x1c88:0x003c</center> || <center>Analog</center>
|<center>0x1c88:0x003c</center> || <center>Analog</center>
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Revision as of 19:07, 22 October 2010

Contents

Boards

How to identify my USB vendor/product id?

 shell> lsusb
If you can't recognize the vendor/product id from your device contact linux-media mail-list

Validated boards

What's it?

 We use this term to advise that boards were tested by user or developer.

Table of validated boards

Define Name Vendor/Product ID Supported modes
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Bootloader Device
0x1c88:0x0007
Analog
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Virtual Tuner Device
0x1c88:0x003c
Analog
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