Wireless combo keyboard + mouse not working

So a few days ago I bought a combo of wireless keyboard and mouse, everything was ok until I decided to use them on my fedora system, for some reason fedora does not recognize it I tried searching for similar problems on google but found one or two question that proposed some solutions that didn’t worked for me and it’s even stranger because even the bios was able to recognize both but the system don’t, also tested on ubuntu and windows and in both it is working.

I used lsusb to find the device and I’m almost certain that this is the one responsible to the keyboard and mouse, because I don’t have any other wireless device connected to my computer.

Bus 003 Device 002: ID 3151:3020 YICHIP Wireless Device

Here is another log using the dmesg
[ 1.148966] usb 3-2: Manufacturer: YICHIP [ 1.173656] input: YICHIP Wireless Device as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:08.1/0000:0b:00.3/usb3/3-2/3-2:1.0/0003:3151:3020.0002/input/input3 [ 1.257975] hid-generic 0003:3151:3020.0002: input,hidraw1: USB HID v2.00 Keyboard [YICHIP Wireless Device] on usb-0000:0b:00.3-2/input0

I would like to know if there is an easy way to fix this issue I wouldn’t like to have to recompile the kernel or build manually a binary from source just to use a keyboard + mouse combo.

Updated April 15th Fedora 37 to kernel 6.2.10-200.fc37.x86_64. There may have been a prior firmware update not sure. After updating none of the 4 systems updated the Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse would work on. They had been working to this point through a switch for DPI, audio, and USB connections so that the USB dongle was plugged into the USB hub on the monitor which moved the keyboard and mouse to whichever system was selected by the switch. Now it appears that dongle for the keyboard and mouse will only work if I move it to a USB port on the desired computer. Does anyone have any idea what broke things?

Checking the journal log there was a firmware update. To attempt to isolate we rebooted to a previous kernel version but that did not fix the issue.

After posting a bug report against the firmware we did one more debugging attempt. We unplugged the switch USB output port to the monitor and then plugged it back in and now everything is working again. Can’t quite fathom how doing an update and rebooting the systems would cause an issue with the output port on the switch.

It may have updated the driver &/or firmware that supported the switch. Ergo, the driver is now properly functioning so the switch is working properly.