Issues with RPI v2 camera and usb wifi on jetson nano 2gb

Hi there,
I am having trouble getting to work my jetson nano 2GB with USB wifi (tp-link TL-WN725N) and RPI v2 camera connected.
After about a minute from the start of reading video stream the system gives the following message

HCI host controller not responding, assume dead
HC died; cleaning up

and goes to reboot.
The wifi and camera are working fine until I use them both at the same time.

The kernel I am using is 4.9.140-tegra.
I have tried changing power modes, executing jetson_clocks, installing GitHub - pvaret/rtl8192cu-fixes: Realtek 8192 chipset driver, ported to kernel 3.11., using short type-c cables. No luck.
My guess is that the problem should be with my power supply… But I recently changed it to match the recommendations (5V==3A) and get rid of OC ALARM 0x00000001 and System throttled due to over-current errors that I have seen with other supplies. So I am not really sure what could be wrong with the current one.

The log looks about USB. Is the Pi V2 alive in this case? And please share your release version($ head -1 /etc/nv_tegra_release).

I figured it out.
The issue was in accessing the camera and wifi inside a docker container.
After I added the correct device arguments to docker run the issue is gone.

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