Take a look at the attached screenshot, you'll see that 201.1.10321.10 is available via nuget.
To ensure that you're checking against the Telerik nuget server, set the Package Source drop down (at the top right) set to the Teleirk nuget server.
Here's a screenshot of what I'm referring to:
If you're not getting a fresh list, it is also possible that you're not signed in. To force a full package restore, close the solution and manually delete the solution's Packages folder. When you re-open the solution, doing a package restore should prompt you to enter your Telerik credentials when it restores UI for Xamarin.
If you're having trouble with Visual Studio and the package manager, you can delete the Telerik Package source and re-add it to you package sources list
. This will force VS to ask you to sign in again.
I've attached my test app, that uses the latest nuget package, which you can attempt to restore the packages on your side.
Lance | Tech Support Engineer, Sr.
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