onActivityCreated is deprecated, how to properly use LifecycleObserver?

Google deprecate fragment’s onActivityCreated() on Android and recommend to use LifeCycleObserver:

 To get a callback specifically when a Fragment activity's
     * {@link Activity#onCreate(Bundle)} is called, register a
     * {@link androidx.lifecycle.LifecycleObserver} on the Activity's
     * {@link Lifecycle} in {@link #onAttach(Context)}, removing it when it receives the
     * {@link Lifecycle.State#CREATED} callback.

So I try to make it in recommended way, but only state I can observe in Logcat is just State: INITIALIZED.

 private lateinit var lifecycleObserver: LifecycleObserver

 override fun onAttach(context: Context) {
    super.onAttach(context)

    hostActivity = context as HostActivity

    lifecycleObserver = object : LifecycleObserver {

        @OnLifecycleEvent(Lifecycle.Event.ON_CREATE)
        fun onCreate() {
            Logger.tag("SOME-TAG")d("State: ${lifecycle.currentState}")

            if(lifecycle.currentState.isAtLeast(Lifecycle.State.CREATED)) {
                Logger.tag("SOME-TAG").d("CREATED")
                hostActivity.lifecycle.removeObserver(lifecycleObserver)
            }
        }
    }

    hostActivity.lifecycle.addObserver(lifecycleObserver)
}

What is wrong in code above?

UPDATE 1: Looks like I forgot to use hostActivity.lifecycle.currentState and checked fragment’s lifecycle instead of Activities lifecycle.

UPDATE 2: Suggested by Google approach not worked for 1 Host activity and 2 fragments when you click back button from one to another, cause onAttach never called, but onActivityCreated called.

Answer

I did it in next way:

class MyActivityObserver(
    private val update: () -> Unit
) : DefaultLifecycleObserver {

    override fun onCreate(owner: LifecycleOwner) {
        super.onCreate(owner)
        owner.lifecycle.removeObserver(this)
        update()
    }
}

and use it in fragments onAttach (or another lifecycle method) like:

myActivity.lifecycle.addObserver(MyActivityObserver {
    myOnActivityCreated()
})