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Do we have to manually assign the icon files?

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Apr 17, 2018

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With AIR 29 and iOS 11, is the Assets.car all we need for icons, or do we still have to manually assign the icon files in AIR for iOS Settings>Icons dialog?

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For apps targeted for iOS 11 and above, only Assets.car is needed for icons. To show icons on iOS 10 and below, you need to manually assign the icon files.

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Pravishti | Adobe AIR Engineering

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Do we have to manually assign the icon files?

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With AIR 29 and iOS 11, is the Assets.car all we need for icons, or do we still have to manually assign the icon files in AIR for iOS Settings>Icons dialog?

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For apps targeted for iOS 11 and above, only Assets.car is needed for icons. To show icons on iOS 10 and below, you need to manually assign the icon files.

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Hi,

For apps targeted for iOS 11 and above, only Assets.car is needed for icons. To show icons on iOS 10 and below, you need to manually assign the icon files.

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Pravishti | Adobe AIR Engineering

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Great. Thank you!

Quick question. Should we copy this code verbatim, or AppIcon is app-specific?

  <key>CFBundleIconName</key>

  <string>AppIcon</string>

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Hi,

You don't need to add this code if the app is iOS only. This tag is needed in case of tvOS app and AppIcon is not app-specific, string is the same for all apps.

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Pravishti | Adobe AIR Engineering

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