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When creating a new Android project using Visual Studio 2017 and Xamarin for Android v22.214.171.1247, there are no default icons in the Resources/mipmap- folders or on disk. In contrast, Visual Studio for Mac does include de
When creating a new Xamarin.Android solution, there should be a default icon file named `Icon.png` in the following folders:
Steps to Duplicate:
1. Start Visual Studio 2017.
2. File > New Project
3. Select the Visual C# > Android > Blank App (Android) template, click okay.
4. Look at the Resources/mipmap-* folders in the Solution Explorer; they are empty.
5. Look at the mipmap-* directories on disk; they are empty.
This most likely won't be fixed until the new templates are released so I've created an issue in the xamarin-templates repo so we track this there instead.