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Question: Why does UART Flow Control not work for USB-Serial Devices configured as Communication Device Class (CDC)?
Native Windows/Linux/Mac CDC driver does not support UART Flow Control for the USB-Serial devices.
The Hardware Flow Control feature for UART is a custom implementation present in the Cypress CDC driver (CypressUsbConsoleWindowsDriver64). To use the feature, the USB-Serial device must be bound to the Cypress driver.