I'm trying to make the MIDlet icon appear on a phone, and in that regard, I have a question about transferring the JAD file and the icon file to the phone.
The below shows the contents of the JAD file named "ChoiceGroupOptionActionTest10Win7.jad":
I double-checked the icon file name itself to make sure that it is "icon.png" in all lowercase letters. (It is.)MIDlet-1: ChoiceGroupOptionActionTest10Win7,/icon.png,com.example.choicegroupoptionactiontest10win7.ChoiceGroupOptionActionTest10Win7
MIDlet-Name: ChoiceGroupOptionActionTest10Win7 MIDlet Suite
MIDlet-Vendor: MIDlet Suite Vendor
Also, below are the contents of the "ChoiceGroupOptionActionTest10Win7.jar" file:
Using the Nokia PC Suite, I am able to transfer the JAR file to the phone, by means of the application installation feature. The phone is a C1-01, a Series 40 6th Edition Lite model. I can see and run the application, but the application icon that I made is not displayed. Am I supposed to transfer the JAD file to the phone also, and if so, how should one transfer it? I tried using the application installation feature of the PC Suite to transfer it, but I was unable to do so. I could use the drag-and-drop feature of the PC Suite to transfer it, but that places it in the gallery.com/example/choicegroupoptionactiontest10win7/ChoiceGroupOptionActionTest10Win7.class
Likewise, I am unable to transfer the application icon by means of the PC Suite application installation feature. I can transfer it by means of the drag-and-drop feature, and the icon then is viewable in the gallery, but it does not appear as the icon for the application. Incidentally, the icon is an 8-bit PNG image with dimensions of 24 x 24 pixels. The screen resolution of the C1-01 phone is 128 x 160 pixels. More details about the phone are available at the below two links:
Finally, am I not supposed to transfer the JAD file and the PNG files by themselves, but instead supposed to do something else to incorporate them into the JAR file or something?