Ok, so it is a bug? Yes, well simply set the gradle plugin version located in build.gradle to greater or equals to 1.5.0. Ah! So you want to upgrade your gradle to current version 2.10 as this article being write. You could check out my gradle-upgrade-manually . Which is going to be very fun and interesting.
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Yup, i am using Debian 8 x64. Installing gradle with `apt-get install` gives me gradle version 1.5. The project i have been doing requires version 2.2. Humm, ok just download 2.10 from https://services.gradle.org/distributions , copy and unzip into /opt/gradle-2.10 $ sudo chmod 777 /opt $ wget https://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-2.10-all.zip $ unzip gradle-2.10-all.zip I rename the /usr/bin/gradle to $ sudo mv /usr/bin/gradle /usr/bin/gradle-old Append my ~/.bashrc with export PATH=$PATH:/opt/android/platform/android-sdk-21/tools:/opt/android/platform/android-sdk-21/platform-tools: /opt/gradle-2.10/bin Modify my android project gradle-wrapper.properties to distributionBase=GRADLE_USER_HOME distributionPath=wrapper/dists zipStoreBase=GRADLE_USER_HOME zipStorePath=wrapper/dists distributionUrl= file:///opt/gradle-2.10/gradle-2.10-all.zip Modify build.gradle to use gradle plugin at least 1.5.0 since older than that will complain that 2.10 is lower than