As you can see below this is what Android Studio shows:
However, when I run this app on my phone the List View shows with just a blank image (i.e - a space) above it where the "somewhere over the rainbow" should be.
The List View is working fine. It consists of one image view and 2 text views. (This image view is working if it helps). If any of this is possibly interfering then I will post the code here, but I find that hard to believe.
The one thing that I was unsure of was whether I could use relative view when defining the cells for the list view in the separate xml file. I don't see why not but it's the only thing that I could think of.
Basically Android studio shows everything working but on the phone/emulator it is not the case. Hence, I am finding it very hard to locate the problem.
I'm new to the Android development scene so go easy on me.
The image is .png format and is located in the drawable folder. I also have another .png image in the drawable folder that seems to give no problems. Why is this the case? The original image is clearly not corrupt as it shows up in Android Studio
Had to move image to "mipmap-xxhdpi" folder due to size
I found same problem today . So first check height and width of image and based on it put image into different drawable folder. i.e If image size is 1280 x 840 than put image in drawable-xxhdpi folder.