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Android Build a Simple Android App Improving Our Code Adding an App Icon

FYI: If you switch to the project tree, it will reveal the same folders that are in the download...can copy directories

Instead of opening all the download folders and copying each of the icon files seperately, you can change from android tree to the project tree. Then overwrite the existing icon folders located in app/src/main/res

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Nathan Kinsey
Nathan Kinsey
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You can also just navigate to "File > New > Image Asset" and it will import all of your icons, if you tell it where to look. I think he was just trying to keep it simple at the expense of monotony.