This is a scenario. There are folders:
An image (usually background, but not bound to such images only) is located in `/res/drawable` only.
I test the app on Galaxy S3 and the background is displayed properly. I test on HTC One X and background image is not being displayed.
If I copy the image from `/res/drawable` to `/res/drawable-xhdpi`, the One X will display image.
Thinking logically, this **should not be happening**, right?! If there is no image in `drawable-xhdpi`, then Android should look it into other folders until it reaches the default one `/res/drawable` and it should pull it from there.
Why is this not happening on some mobiles?
PS. I noticed the same issue with some tablets, but I cannot remember now which ones.
PPS. I mentioned background image here, but the issue is not bound to it. It also happens with other images. I am aware that xhdpi mobiles have issues with large images and I would not like you to think that the issue was with too large background image. It also happens with other images of "normal" size. Have you tried a drawable-nodpi folder? Doesn't help but I am curious.
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