Callback for tracking SDK sandbox death events.
The callback can be added using
SdkSandboxManager.addSdkSandboxProcessDeathCallback(java.util.concurrent.Executor, android.app.sdksandbox.SdkSandboxManager.SdkSandboxProcessDeathCallback) and removed using
Notifies the client application that the SDK sandbox has died.
public abstract void onSdkSandboxDied ()
Notifies the client application that the SDK sandbox has died. The sandbox could die for
various reasons, for example, due to memory pressure on the system, or a crash in the
The system will automatically restart the sandbox process if it died due to a crash.
However, the state of the sandbox will be lost - so any SDKs that were loaded previously
would have to be loaded again, using
Executor, OutcomeReceiver) to continue using them.