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recyclerViewAdapter.getItemCount() returning 0 even when it has objects inside?

I’m building a Fragment with a RecyclerView which displays notices retrieved from my database. Everything works fine, except for this line of code: Problem: recyclerViewAdapter.getItemCount() This statement returns 0 even if the RecyclerViewAdapter has elements present. The full scenario is whenever the fragment loads, the Toast with the appropriate message pops up, but then after a slight delay, the first

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I got the following error while pulling data from android studio Firebase

I could not understand the problem. It gave such an error when trying to pull the information from the Realtime Database or code.firebasteki to the screen, what is the problem? Book MainActivity RecyclerView_Config FirebaseDatabaseHelper firebase E/AndroidRuntime: FATAL EXCEPTION: main Process: com.example.phonebook, PID: 14998 Failed to convert value of type java.lang.Long to String at at at at

Firebase Database encountered an OutOfMemoryError. You may need to reduce the amount of data you are syncing to the client

The database in the /users folder has almost 50,000 user records and I am not able to read the keys because it is overflowing with memory. This occurs in the java environment on the mobile device as well as in javaScript on the server with firebase functions. The database has persistence enabled. A simple datanapshot.getChildrenCount() in the /users folder is