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However, the Fire Phone was a commercial failure, which led to Black Berry's decision to develop an Android phone of its own.
In early 2014, Black Berry's device head Ron Louks proposed that the company construct an Android device.
The Priv is the first Black Berry-branded smartphone that does not run the company's proprietary Black Berry OS or Black Berry 10 (BB10) platforms.
It instead uses Android, customized with features inspired by those on Black Berry phones, and security enhancements.
Note: These instructions are applicable to trunk, using and the RIM Black Berry Java Plug-in for Eclipse v1.5.
The Priv shipped with Android 5.1.1 "Lollipop" a month after Android Marshmallow was launched, using a "stock" user experience customized with additional features and Black Berry-developed apps.
Black Berry Hub (which originates from Black Berry 10) aggregates notifications and content from multiple sources and allows for granular management of messages and "snoozing" based off time, location or network availability.
Hub can also be accessed alongside Black Berry Search and Google Search options when swiping from the bottom of the screen.
However, it should be possible to just build the application using Note: The complex-looking organization of library and entry point projects is necessary for things to work smoothly with the Eclipse Plug-in.
The actual official Ant-based builds pull the various collections of source code together and produce simple monolithic COD stacks.
The Priv was also criticized for being more expensive than similarly-equipped devices in its class.