These are devices that are not supported. For most of them support is unlikely to ever happen, and if then only through reverse engineering efforts as vendors are only officially supporting a small subset of devices.
If there is a reverse engineering effort, please link it from this page.
Adding devices to this list is important in order to generate the hwdb of devices for which enabling (via systemd or the library itself) the auto-suspend mode, not to make the device to leak power.
Please see Adding-Device-Information for some additional information.
- 08ff: AuthenTec, Inc.
- 04f3: Elan Microelectronics Corp.
- 06cb: Synaptics Inc.
- 0a5c: Broadcom
- 10a5: Smartlink Ltd.
- 138a: Validity (acquired by Synaptics Inc.)
- 147e: Upek
- 1491: Futronic
- 16d1: Suprema Inc.
- 1c7a: Egistec
- 1d6b: Mantra Softech
- 27c6: Goodix
- 2808: Focal-systems.Corp
- 298d: NEXT Biometrics
- 3538: Power Quotient International Co., Ltd
Included in column is not meant to be complete. It is likely that similar models will have use the same chipset.
|USB ID||Included in||Notes/Issue|
|04f3:0c4c||HP ENVY x360|
|04f3:0c57||Lenovo IdeaPad 3-15ARE05|
|04f3:0c5e||HP Probook 450 G8|
|04f3:2706||Asus Zenbook Pro UX580|
|06cb:0081||lenovo Yoga 720|
|06cb:0088||External, Validity90 project is relevant||Match-on-host|
|06cb:008a||Toshiba B2B-range X30-D and X40-D|
|06cb:009b||MSI Prestige 14 A10RB||Support requires reverse engineering|
|06cb:00b7||HP Probook 450 G6|
|06cb:00bb||HP Spectre x360 - 13 -ap0xxxxx|
|06cb:00be||Thinkpad C740, Yoga|
|06cb:00cb||HP Pavlion X360|
|06cb:00d8||HP ProBook 430 G7|
|06cb:00e7||HP Envy x360 - 13" - ay0xxxx||Added then reverted at request of Synaptics.|
|06cb:00e9||Not supportable by synaptics driver, libfprint!284 (merged)|
|0a5c:5801||Dell Latitude E6530|
|0a5c:5805||Dell Latitude e5470|
|0a5c:5834||Dell Latitude 7480|
|0a5c:5842||Dell Precision 7550|
|0a5c:5843||Dell Latitude 7300|
|10a5:0007||LG GRAM 2018||Apparently supported on Android, Some more information at libfprint#137 (closed)|
|138a:0007||USB dump in libfprint#69 (closed)|
|138a:003a||HP 640 G4 Notebook||VFS495|
|138a:003c||HP EliteBook 8560w||VFS471|
|138a:003d||HP EliteBook 8770w||VFS491|
|138a:003f||HP Zbook 15 G2
HP Probook 430
|138a:0090||validity 90-based libfprint|
|138a:0092||HP EliteBook 1040 G4|
|138a:0094||Was listed in the udev rule generator.|
|138a:00ab||HP EliteBook 1030 x360 G3|
|1c7a:0300||Acer Swift 1 (SF114-32-P78E)?||https://github.com/indev29/egis0570|
|1c7a:0575||Acer Swift 3|
|Mantra MFS100, SDK: https://download.mantratecapp.com/Forms/UserDownload|
|27c6:5042||External||USB dumps in libfprint#190 (closed)|
|27c6:5110||HUAWEI MateBook D 14 AMD, HUAWEI MateBook D 15 AMD||Work in progress. An issue is openned at libfprint#376. See 27c6:5110 for more info.|
|27c6:5117||MagicBook 2019 R7, Huawei Matebook 13 2020|
|27c6:5201||ASUS ZenBook S UX391FA-AH001T||Some USB dump linked in libfprint#155 (closed)|
|27c6:5301||USB dumps in libfprint#161 (closed)|
|27c6:530c||Dell G5 15 5590||USB dumps in libfprint#183 (closed)|
|27c6:532d||Dell XPS 13 7390 2-in-1|
|27c6:533c||Dell XPS 13 9300|
|27c6:5385||Dell XPS 13 9370||USB dumps in libfprint#43|
|27c6:538c||Dell Inspiron 17 7000||USB dumps in libfprint#187 (closed)|
|27c6:538d||Dell Inspiron 17 7000|
|27c6:5395||Dell XPS 7590|
|27c6:5584||yoga 730-13IWL 81JR||USB dumps in libfprint#138 (closed)|
Lenovo Flex 81SS
Lenovo Yoga C940
|USB dumps in libfprint#173 (closed)|
|27c6:5740||Teclast F6 Pro|
SPI device support is experimental. The following devices are currently not supported.
|ACPI ID||Device Tree Compatible||Included in||Notes/Issue|
|ELAN7002||Asus Vivobook||Driver is in theory complete, but this device hasn't been encountered in the wild to test and add it to the ID list. (libfprint!264 (merged))|
|GXFP51B7||Huawei Matebook X Pro||libfprint#307 (closed) (contains link to decoded SSDT)|
|ASUS UX550GE||libfprint#152 (closed)|
|fpc,fpc1020||Xiaomi Mi Note 2, many other Android phones||Android kernel driver: https://github.com/SanniZ/fpc1020-driver. On many devices this is controlled by a trusted app, which limits direct SPI access to the secure world.|