Originally Posted by Joecascio2000
Darn...still isn't working. Lol my tab hates me. See the pic I think its a little different.
here's a link the one below is a little low res: http://i.imgur.com/uP9ZR.png
It looks like you might still be missing the strings command. Because it doesnt look like anything is getting passed to grep. It looks like strings didnt run, so grep tried to look for the search expression as a file name.
what do you get if you type
ls -la /system/xbin/strings
or even just
ls -la /system/xbin
I show a symbolic link for /system/xbin/strings that points to Busybox. If it's in another location with your version of Busybox you just need to make sure the strings command is located in the path you use.
If you dont have a strings command at all for some reason since you have the same version of Busybox 1.19.3 you should be able to just make a Symbolic Link in /system/xbin(or what ever space you are configured to use) called strings that points to busybox. All those buxybox commands are symlinks to the same binary file in reality.