Increase BlockingBroadcastReceiver#DEFAULT_TIMEOUT_SECONDS to prevent flakiness.

Bug: 119853446
diff --git a/common/device-side/util/src/com/android/compatibility/common/util/BlockingBroadcastReceiver.java b/common/device-side/util/src/com/android/compatibility/common/util/BlockingBroadcastReceiver.java
old mode 100644
new mode 100755
index 4ac8403..51a3f14
--- a/common/device-side/util/src/com/android/compatibility/common/util/BlockingBroadcastReceiver.java
+++ b/common/device-side/util/src/com/android/compatibility/common/util/BlockingBroadcastReceiver.java
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@
 public class BlockingBroadcastReceiver extends BroadcastReceiver {
     private static final String TAG = "BlockingBroadcast";
 
-    private static final int DEFAULT_TIMEOUT_SECONDS = 10;
+    private static final int DEFAULT_TIMEOUT_SECONDS = 30;
 
     private final BlockingQueue<Intent> mBlockingQueue;
     private final String mExpectedAction;
@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@
 
     /**
      * Wait until the broadcast and return the received broadcast intent. {@code null} is returned
-     * if no broadcast with expected action is received within 10 seconds.
+     * if no broadcast with expected action is received within 30 seconds.
      */
     public @Nullable Intent awaitForBroadcast() {
         try {