Fix BLE scan leaks

If an app starts multiple scans with same callback then
there is a collision in mLeScanClients hash map which
results in leaking first scan. This change fixes it by
not allowing the second scan with same callback.

BUG: 62389939
BUG: 38198694

Test: Tested applications which started multiple scans with
       same callback.

Change-Id: I569069a40b6f8b4b8bb070731225e732c6b23ec8
(cherry picked from commit 9722971cb4a79e37165f636f9dd057707d2e620a)
(cherry picked from commit c2fd144218d035f45e7063134f4c644a1dc36535)
diff --git a/core/java/android/bluetooth/le/BluetoothLeScanner.java b/core/java/android/bluetooth/le/BluetoothLeScanner.java
index 1eac395..e3bc78e 100644
--- a/core/java/android/bluetooth/le/BluetoothLeScanner.java
+++ b/core/java/android/bluetooth/le/BluetoothLeScanner.java
@@ -205,7 +205,8 @@
         }
         synchronized (mLeScanClients) {
             if (callback != null && mLeScanClients.containsKey(callback)) {
-                postCallbackError(callback, ScanCallback.SCAN_FAILED_ALREADY_STARTED);
+                return postCallbackErrorOrReturn(callback,
+                            ScanCallback.SCAN_FAILED_ALREADY_STARTED);
             }
             IBluetoothGatt gatt;
             try {