I'm receiving the beloved
NullReferenceException frequently on my FirebaseMessagingService class in the OnMessageReceived override method. I do not call the base class method that throws the exception, so it must be occurring during some magical call to underlying Java classes. Push notifications work in all the tests that I've done and I can't reproduce this exception while debugging or in any useful state to help me diagnose the issue.
MyApp.Droid.Firebase.MyFirebaseMessagingService.OnMessageReceived(Firebase.Messaging.RemoteMessage remoteMessage) in <c0bc1f0c58fe430c9ecacc4761092597>:0 Firebase.Messaging.FirebaseMessagingService.n_OnMessageReceived_Lcom_google_firebase_messaging_RemoteMessage_(System.IntPtr jnienv, System.IntPtr native__this, System.IntPtr native_message) in <fa3e84c8a5294fd4a845ead3da9e647b>:0