To replace the default launch screen you'll have to fill in the splash screen images on the icons settings page. The icons you provided should replace most of the default icons, unless there is something wrong with your icon files (sometimes people have the wrong format or size or color depth, etc. so double-check your image files).
To replace the notification and other icons, see this page: https://software.intel.com/en-us/xdk/docs/cordova-for-ios-build-options
Thanks for your help!
I've created all the icons in the required sizes just like I read in the article, then I imported them. The right icon appears at the notification message, but during the installation process I still get the cordova icon (as you can see in the attachment). After the installation everything is fine (just like before). What could be the problem?
And I'd like to remove the splash screen not to change it. Is it possible?
Thanks a lot
Regarding that "installing" icon, I'm not clear on which icon format controls that -- never seen that question before as an issue... The complete set of icons, according to the Cordova docs, are described on this page: http://cordova.apache.org/docs/en/3.6.0/config_ref_images.md.html#Icons%20and%20Splash%20Screens
Regarding the splash screens, I believe iOS requires what they call a "launch screen" -- so you should put together a splash screen, even if it is a simple black screen.