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Local WACK submission giving me an Default Splash Screen error ?
Hello Devs I am performing a local submission to the WACK system of VS 2017 in preparation for a store release soon and am failing due to a single error in the build . I was curious to know if Anyone else had encountered or found a Solution for the error ?
The full error Reads :
Branding Error Found: The branding validation test encountered the following errors: Image file SplashScreen.scale-200.png is a default image. Impact if not fixed: Windows Store apps are expected to be complete and fully functional. Apps using the default images e.g. from templates or SDK samples present a poor user experience and cannot be easily identified in the store catalog. How to fix: Replace default images with something more distinct and representative of your app.
I Started by replacing all of the Store Logo Icons at the various ( square) size ranges and then republished again getting the error. I then read that perhaps the issue has to do with a default logo Tag in the projects package.appxmanifest file and again no luck . Has anyone else encountered and addressed this issue in their build ? I will attach a screenshot of the error in my Validation report as well .
Ahh I found the solution , I had to copy over the Default images in the Visual studio project assets folder with my icons resized and renamed to the exact same dimensions then recreate the Master package . That allowed me to pass!0
Ahh I found the solution , I had to copy over the Default images in the Visual studio project assets folder with my icons resized and renamed to the exact same dimensions then recreate the Master package . That allowed me to pass!