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Default j2me application icon image for blackberry? where? how?

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I'm using the latest sun wireless toolkit to create a simple j2me application. The ap runs fine on my blackberry. However, i can't seem to set the application icon to a custom image. No mater how i set up my jad file or where I place the icon png file, it does not pic up and i get this black screen image for any aps i create and install.

Is this a blackberry issue?apparently not for other j2me developers (but maybe they are using RIM classes or something). If not, where should i be placing my png icon? or maybe i need to something special in the code.

I've tried placing it in the project room, bin, src and res directories.

Thanks for any help or information.
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