busybox environment

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    I'm not sure if this was part of the custom kernel or not, but when I was using smoked glass theme, commands like VI were available to me at the command prompt. I've since went back to the stock rooted OS with a custom kernel, but now I have to type 'busybox vi' in order to access the command.

    Any easy way to make these commands part of my environment so I don't have to prefix them with busybox?
     
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