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Ryan Ruscett23,309 Points
Even after you have all the android integration etc. You still wont have gradle. You need to do an eclipse gradle integration. Where as in Android Studio it's already there by default. I wouldn't use Eclipse to build mobile apps. I know, I get it. I love eclipse and built several mobile apps in eclipse. EXCEPT, one day. Some of them stopped working. Upon looking up the issues. I came across the eclipse is no longer a supported IDE for android. So updated packages wouldn't work right and I had to keep rolling back etc. Android studio works very similar to eclipse and has much better AVD options. But, if you want gradle in eclipse, you need to download the gradle integration.