Android :: Emulator With WVGA Loading Image From Drawable Mdpi?

Jun 2, 2010

I read about in the google documents that the 3 folders corresponds to different screen types and that android would select the image from different folders automatically according to the screen type. I read that WVGA will load from drawable-hdpi and HVGA will load from drawable-mdpi. When I tested with 2 emulators both running 2.1, each with HVGA and WVGA. It turns out that they are both reading the image in mdpi. If I deleted the image in mdpi then they read from hdpi. Can someone answer why emulator with WVGA is reading from drawable- mdpi?

Android :: emulator with WVGA loading image from drawable mdpi?


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Oct 18, 2010

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
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