For starters, this is a total n00b question, but I'm new to Android development in general and my searching and searching over Stack Overflow isn't giving me the straight and thorough answer that I need.
I own an android device and most of the apps have common iconography in their Action Bar (e.g. - big tall "plus" sign to Create a new something, the 3-lined Navigation Drawer "hamburger", 3-dot overflow menu indicator, left-carat, right-carat, etc.). These icons look exactly the same across many many apps. My question is multi-faceted:
Q1: Are these icons cooked into Android already? If so, how do I find them and what their resource name maps to? Trying every combination of
Android.Resource.Drawable.#### to see what the graphic looks like doesn't seem reasonable. Is there a map?
Q2: Are some of these icons NOT included in the framework already and I have to insert them in myself? I've looked at the Android Design documentation, downloaded the design image bundles, but several of these graphics aren't included (the giant +-sign, the 3-lined navigation drawer, and others) and/or are only represented as stencils for design mockups. Where would I get these other icons?
I appreciate the help. I feel senselessly lost on this one.
Please reference paragraph 2 for more examples of icons I need.