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Currently you are setting Clickable = true on all Android views.
You should definitely not do anything like this.
1. Setting Clickable means that EVERYTHING including labels eats touch input events.
2. Any ListView with a ViewCell no longer supports normal list item selection, because the children capture the touch events, even if they are just a bunch of labels.
3. Setting Clickable results in View.isActionableForAccessibility() to return true, which is going to screw up accessibility tools.
4. Setting Clickable results in the control being styled as a clickable item, which is obviously wrong if it isn't
5. Setting Clickable results in the control entering PRESSED state upon clicks, which can then change styling etc. which is also obviously wrong if the element is not clickable
You should instead set Clickable if and only if there is a single tap gesture recognizer defined.
Also note that doing handling clicks with single-tap gesture recognizers is wrong as well, but that's a separate bug, filed as #24026.
This should no longer be the case on the newest release