If you end up with those two programs on the tablet I thought that was part of the root process. What happens when you install busy box or try? What is the error message?
After the automated process, you have to update the SU binaries by opening the SuperSU app. Then install busybox with the installed app.That is the next step, but if you do not achieve root SuperSU and busybox will not allow you to install. I ran thru this procedure 6 or 7 times with no success.
Answer: Those 2 programs were on my rooted tablet under 4.1.1 and stayed there. Busybox failed b/c I was not rooted.
Update: Now as of this afternoon I am now rooted under 4.1.2. I noticed WugFresh had put a new version (1.5.5) out so I switched over to Windows 7 from Linux Mint 13, downloaded and unzipped the zip file and ran the ROOT option of the tool kit. I was already unlocked Ran SuperSU (was not asked about the binaries). Ran busybox and it worked (installed). I went back and uninstalled SuperSU and reinstalled it (and was prompted to update the binaries) . I am now rooted again thanks to WugFresh and all his coding efforts.
This post is about a 32GB Nexus 7 and mine is a first round Nexus 7 16GB. I suspect WugFresh tool kit will work on either device and suggest people be directed to the new version. WugFresh must have made numerous discoveries as he fixed things. Thanks again.
I will try to change the subject title to solved. In my case it is.