Android app is not shown, despite set in manifest
I created a AndroidManifest.xml (Projects\Build Android APK\Create Templates), and on the section Application, item Application Icon, I set the same .png file to all the three DPI.
However, when I run the app, the icon that appears is not the one I defined, but the default (the Android logo).
Am I missing something?
Are you on creator on windows?
I have my AndroidManifest.xml on c:...\android
and there are 2 more folder aside. In the res folder are currently 3 sub-folders and two are holding the icons.
The medium size is not set in my case.
Thank you for your time.
I am using Linux, and under
drawable-mdpifolders, and in all of them there is the .png file I set as application icon. I think it is correct, isn't it?
Sorry, I am on windows and I am still not very experienced.
All I remember is that the name icon.png for the icons has been generated through the importing into the manifest with creator. Therefore you are needing the different folders. I can't remember that I have seen places where the naming could be changed.
The only recommendation I could give with my limited experience is to rename the whatever.png to icon.png and see, if it helps.
Thanks, but the file name already is
Perhaps Android doesn't like the png files? I would check that they are 32 bit with alpha channel as specificied (I don't know if Android discards e.g. 256 colour files, but I wouldn't be surprised).
to make Qt app creation for Android and iOS easier, V-Play Engine offers many Components especially made for mobile app development and comes with many open-source demos and project templates you can start your application with.
These demo projects, for example, also come with a pre-set folder structure and AndroidManifest.xml and Project-Info.plist configurations with icons.
Hope this helps!