I have an Huion" New 1060 plus" graphic tablet that I used now and then and has worked very well in the past just compiling the hci-uclogic in-tree kernel driver on my laptop with Debian/Sid or using the stock kernel.
In these late days I have found that the graphic tablet is not working with new kernels (5.3.x and 5.4.x), it's not recognized at all upon connecting, but the issue can be solved disabling USB3.0 through BIOS.
This workaround is not possible on every laptop as you probably know since the possibility to tweak the BIOS varies within laptops brand.
There is a patch on xhci that restores the driver functionality, but I don't think that acting on xHCI side is in the right direction.
This bug is related to https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=206897
Hi Hector, from your description is very likely that this bug report can be merged with your.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 206897 ***