Last year, VLC developers added a blacklist of Huawei devices to their aggressive background task management methods, which caused instability in the media player program and ultimately led to its destruction and negative feedback. Though the phone manufacturer's actions may seem wrong to punish the entire user base, any bad blood ends today because the block has been lifted, as noted by AndroidPolice . Huawei recently restored its aggressive killing of the program by deactivating the default feature, although there were still problems with VLC working with the Huawei device, and the Play Store blacklist was still valid. The VLC block was originally designed for Huawei P8, P1
Despite the fact that the ban was lifted, Huawei did not make any announcements or follow-up changes to its methods for managing its background tasks, and VLC did not publicly disclose that it had removed the insurance. However, this is a welcome change for the users, assuming he is actually going to work.