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Perhaps not really a bug, but an inconsistency between Android and IOS:
The class Xamarin.Forms.Platform.Android.ListViewRenderer is marked internal. This makes it impossible to inherit from it and customize it on Android, whereas it can be inherited on IOS (one of Xamarin's developer evangelists demonstrates this very technique in a blog post)
Having this customization option is really necessary in order to compensate for functionality currently lacking in Xamarin.Forms.
To give an example, I need it to set Android peer ListView properties in order to enable the listview to scroll to the bottom:
listView.StackFromBottom = true;
listView.TranscriptMode = TranscriptMode.AlwaysScroll;