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Countly.sharedInstance().userProfile() throws an exception

I updated the Countly library for Android to version "22.06.0". The function "Countly.userData.setUserData()" is no longer supported, therefore I updated "Countly.sharedInstance().userProfile().setProperties()" instead, however it still throws an exception for a null value.



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    You probably used that call before initializing the SDK. If that would be the case then "Countly.sharedInstance().userProfile()" would return "null".

    Could you share your init code?

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