WiFi mouse not work after sleep

Continuing the discussion from Blank Screen after suspend, brightness key not working, bluetooth auto start at boot:

From the above discussion one thing didn’t solved and that was my USB WiFi mouse was not working from sleep. I have to manually unplug and plugin it to work.

I was searching for a solution. I found some info and did solved the problem some how. I am sharing with the forum for others.

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Put the following script somewhere sensible. I put it at /usr/local/bin/reset-input-device.sh.

#! /bin/sh
# Reset the keyboard driver and USB mouse 

modprobe -r usbhid
modprobe usbhid

Since it has to be run as root, you should be careful with permissions, i.e.:

$ sudo chown root:root reset-input-device.sh
$ sudo chmod 744 reset-input-device.sh

Now we need to create a service file in the /etc/systemd/system/ directory – let’s call it /etc/systemd/system/reset-input-devices-after-sleep.service. It should look like this:

# This service is used to work around an apparent bug that freezes 
# keyboard and mouse inputs after waking from sleep.
Description=Reset the keyboard and mouse after waking from sleep
After=suspend.target hibernate.target hybrid-sleep.target suspend-then-hibernate.target
WantedBy=suspend.target hibernate.target hybrid-sleep.target suspend-then-hibernate.target

Then enable the service so that it is ready to respond to a return-from-suspend event both now and after every new boot:

$ systemctl enable --now reset-input-devices-after-sleep.service

Correct me If I did some wrong here. I am not expert on bash script.