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Intent has a SetData method that takes a Uri and a Data property that is read only, which returns a Uri. Instead of (or in addition to) the SetData method, make the Data property writeable.
It is by design. In Java Android, setData() is not a setter that we convert to property. Our property conversion process expects the setter to not return anything. However, like a typical fluent API, setData() returns the Intent itself and like JavaBeans is not compatible with fluent API, our property conversion is not compatible with this kind of API.
Actually I found a duplicate that still expects solution.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1725 ***