I don’t have much experience with SVG images. Unlike PNG or JPEG files, they are really just XML on the inside. It sounds like the device in question is displaying the XML instead of the image. It looks like Android’s browser has partial support (http://caniuse.com/#feat=svg) for SVG before version 4.4. That may be what’s getting you.
well as far as i know i got android 4.4.3 and i can see svgs that i implemented in websites the same way like i did here /e.g. http://www.it-findik.net (there i can see the logo crisp and clear).
i just check by using this file with the visual theme: https://www.it-findik.net/logo.svg
and noticed that the failure is the svg itself, so the theme is fully compatible.
if you thing about flat design svg is the art of choice in these days, i think it will even replace the .ico format in a few years.
hey bill i achieved everything i want to, you can close this thread.
by the way i also managaged to have the sidebar shown only in desktop mode and not in mobile, there the whole content is shown.