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In Android 10, if you press back to finish an activity which is a task root, that activity will leak 🤯🔙🐤

Leak introduced when adding support for Bubbles (as chathead activities). Properly reported but: "We've deferred this issue for consideration in a future release."
This leak is happening because IRequestFinishCallback$Stub is an IPC callback that ends up being held by the activity manager process
You can "fix" this leak by overriding Activity.onBackPressed() and calling Activity.finishAfterTransition(); instead of super if the activity is task root and the fragment stack is empty.
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