Yes I see it in the Visual Studio Code and it is working in the BasicUI.
I tap on my button “OFF” and the item gets the state “OFF” and I see the correct icon in the BasicUI in the Web Browser on my PC.
Now I check the Android app and I see the wrong icon.
The strange thing is that if I check the log inside the app I see that the app is requesting the correct state icon.
If I type exact the same http url as in the log on my browser I see the correct icon, but the app shows a wrong one.
Already did an openHab restart, App cache clear, App data clear but without success.
I installed the BETA version and now I see the data usage policy.
Here again the entries:
Model: Pixel 4
Display: 1080x2236, 2.75 density
Data usage policy: DataUsagePolicy(canDoLargeTransfers=true, loadIconsWithState=true, autoPlayVideos=true, canDoRefreshes=true), data saver: 1, battery saver: false
As it works well in BasicUI I really don’t think about a core problem.
Maybe a cache problem in Android app?
You could also try to use a different icon name than the one from the official iconset. Try with mylight.