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<package id="Square.OkHttp" version="2.5.0" framework="android" />
<package id="Square.OkHttp" version="184.108.40.206" framework="android" />
<package id="Xamarin.Android.Support.Design" version="220.127.116.11" framework="android" />
Notice there are two entries Square.OkHttp. Also, the second entry refers to a version that does not exist.
When the component is added to a project, Xamarin Studio shows a red "X" icon next to it and complains that it has a dependency on a package that is not referenced by the project. However, it is impossible to create such a reference, both because the required version does not exist on NuGet, and because the project already contains a reference to a different version of the same package.
Presumably the second entry just needs to be deleted.
This kind of obvious error in a supposedly major release of the component (v3.0.0) is pretty ridiculous.
This will be fixed in 18.104.22.168 release of the component which is pending review currently.