Thank you, that works.
The documentation at https://help.syncfusion.com/xamarin/sflistview/getting-started should be updated to reflect the requirement for Android, that iOS doesn't seem to have.
The sample you provide does not work. No images are rendered. Try downloading the sample and building it form scratch then running on an Android device or emulator. You get a blank screen because the DataSource Binding is not pulling in the source collection correctly. The Binding context and the Data source properties are being set correctly and it works correctly on iOS, so the bug must be in your SFCarousel Renderer for Android. If the data source is set to a local collection in the code behind, rather then bound using data binding, then it renders correctly.
This bug makes this control completely unsuitable for any project using MVVM. As Xamarin.Forms is designed to use MVVM, it is useless for use with Xamarin.Forms.
In addition, much of your basic documentation and NuGet information is incorrect. For example, the latest version of the control 15.3.033 states that it has a dependency on Xamarin.Forms >= 188.8.131.52. Whilst this may the the case in terms of build compatibility, running it with XF 184.108.40.206 on Android causes a crash when it tries to render.
The very basic nature of this bug, and the lack of clarity on compatible versions, suggests poor quality control and lack of testing. I cant therefore recommend using your product in production for client projects.