Supported USB HID devices for the Zoom desktop client Follow

Overview

The Zoom desktop client for macOS and Windows supports the following USB devices.

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Prerequisites

  • Zoom desktop client 
  • If your audio device is on this list, enable the Sync buttons on headset setting in your audio settings. Otherwise, disable the setting.

Limitations

  • These devices only support the following functions for meetings and phone calls. For example, if you mute or unmute using a button on your audio device, the client will show your mic is muted or unmuted. 
    • Accept/decline meeting invite 
    • Accept/decline inbound Zoom Phone call
    • Mute mic
    • Increase/decrease volume
  • You can't use buttons on these devices to end a meeting or hang up a Zoom Phone call.
  • Supported USB audio devices on Windows are not limited to this list. Generally, the Zoom desktop client on Windows supports buttons for devices made by these manufacturers: AVer, Crestron, Jabra, Logitech, Plantronics, Polycom, Shure, Yamaha, and Yealink.
  • To determine support on Linux, visit the manufacturers' product pages using the links below. You can also visit the support site of your Linux distribution.
  • If you're using Zoom Rooms, see our suggested hardware for Zoom Rooms.
  • Models labeled with an asterisk (*) are not supported on Mac.
  • Models labeled with (wireless) utilize a USB-dongle. 

AVer

Conference room cameras

Crestron

Conference room speaker/camera

Jabra

Headsets

Speakerphones

Logitech

Headsets

Webcams

Speakerphones

Conference-room cameras

Poly

Headsets

Personal speakerphones

Conference phones

Conference room / speakerphone

Shure

Yamaha 

Webcams

Speakerphones

Other supported devices

Webcams

Speakerphones

Conference-room devices

Peripherals

Note: Device support varies with systems. Please test them first.