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Jul 20, 2023
Tool to control certain aspects of USB-connected headsets
A tool to control certain aspects of USB-connected headsets.
Currently, support is provided for
- Adjusting sidetone
- Getting battery state
- Controlling LEDs
- Setting the inactive time.
See the link below for which headset supports which feature.
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