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How to load image for Android ImageView from classpath?

 
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Hi,

I have an Android App which contains an external dependend jar library. This external library contains some png-bitmaps which I want to show on some ImageViews in my application.

Looking inside the apk file of my application I can find the images in a sub directory ("aq\img") as expected.

What is the best way to show an image (insight the classpath) on a ImageView.

I tried this



and this


but it did not work (I did not really expect it to be that simple). The image remains empty.

Thanks for help!

Regards Klaus
 
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Try:
 
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Hi Daniel,

this works. Thank's a lot!

Regards
Klaus

PS: I also posted this question here:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4853695/how-to-load-image-for-android-imageview-from-classpath
I noticed that you have also an SO account. If you answer the question there I will give you the reputation points :-)
 
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