It's best to set up a way to ensure only one instance of each preference will be available in your application. This can best be done by using Dagger (see u2020 for an example) but can also be done with an overridden Application class (see [sample] (https://github.com/InkApplications/android-preferences/blob/master/preferences-sample/src/main/java/com/inkapplications/preferences/sample/SampleApplication.java))
For more info see the sample and JavaDocs
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