## how to solve a rubik’s cube after one side is done

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## Step 1 how to solve a rubik’s cube : Getting It All Messed Up!

-Don’t turn any one side more than twice in a row, then you’re being inefficient.

-and Don’t turn two edge sides the same way, you could have just turned the middle section

-also how to solve a rubik’s cube after one side is donehow to solve a rubik’s cube after one side is donehow to solve a rubik’s cube after one side is doneDon’t turn only one or two faces, rotate the cube while scrambling to get a better scramble

-If you want the best scramble, scramble the middle rows and columns, that tends to make the solution take longer.

## Step 2 how to solve a rubik’s cube: Solving the Top Corners

So, what you want to do now is solve the top corners.

-Pick your favorite color (I always use blue, some use white, it really doesn’t matter)

-Locate one of the corners

-Make it so that your favorite color (we’ll use blue from now on) is facing upwards and that the other two colors on the corner piece are on the side of the cube. (You can just rotate the cube so that the blue part is facing up)

-Rotate the cube so that the first blue piece you found is in the top-left hand corner

-Find another Blue corner piece, this time with one of the same “side colors” as the first one you picked (In my case red or white)

– Get your target (new) corner piece right under where you want it to go by rotating the bottom or side rows or columns, keeping the original piece in the top left hand corner, then follow the steps in the pictures until you have all four top corners solved!

As for notation, a capital letter by itself represents a 90 degrees clockwise turn if you were looking at the face itself.

For Example: U means turn the top layer 90 clockwise as if you were looking at it, or to the left.

L means turn ” Left ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” , or down

R means turn ” Right ” ” ” ” ” ” ” , or up.

## Step 3 how to solve a rubik’s cube: Solving the Top Edges

Since the top corners are finished, it’s not suggested that you move the top layer during the set-up process if this is new to you, but you CAN move it in the algorithms that I have presented to you.

Simply move the middle and bottom layers to set up your target pieces

The target pieces for this are Blue and nColor, where nColor is the color of the surrounding two edges.

If your target cube is in the top row, but not in between the correct two corners, skip that color and go onto the next, it should free itself.

If the cube does not get free, you may turn the middle column that the target cube is on, in order to move it to the bottom row.

Finally, follow the algorithms until you have solved the entire top edges. If you have the middle, too, then skip the next step. If you don’t, continue reading.

## Step 4 how to solve a rubik’s cube: Solving the Top Middle Piece

Okay, so your Top (Blue) middle piece can be in one of two places:

-The bottom center

-The center on one side of the middle layer.

If it’s in the bottom center, just follow algorithm 1 from any face

If it’s in the center on one side of the middle layer, make the target center piece face you, then preform algorithm two.

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## Step 5 how to solve a rubik’s cube: Solve the Middle Layer

So now that you have the top layer done, you should be able to make a “small ‘T'” on each side by simply turning the middle layer until the middle centerpiece of nColor matches up with its respective colored “side” of the top face.

Now, follow these steps:

1. Once you have that, rotate the bottom layer until it makes a “larger ‘T'” with the “small ‘T'”

2. Look under that piece to make sure that it isn’t green (only in the case of solving for the blue side first. If you’re solving for the yellow side, make sure it isn’t white. If you’re solving for the orange side, make sure it isn’t red, and visa versa for all 3 cases)

3. Decide which way it has to go (to the left or to the right (according to the picture)) by seeing which color is on the bottom. (In the example, if the bottom red pieces’ bottom was yellow, it would go right)

4. Follow the provided algorithm in order to move the piece, making sure that you’re looking at the cube so that the “larger ‘T'” faces you.

## Step 6 how to solve a rubik’s cube: Placing the Bottom Corners

The first thing you need to do once you finished the middle layer is flip your entire cube over.

Now, examine the corners the way that they are (colors) and see if the colors of the corner pieces correlate with the edge that they are on.

You might need to turn the top (used to be bottom) layer in order to line up two adjacent corners to their respective edges.

If you cannot line up two adjacent ones, then you’ll have to do the algorithm twice, so just do it once and then start this step over.

I can better explain this through graphics, so look at the first five pictures now.

Make the two corners that need to be switched face you, then do the provided algorithm.

If you don’t need to switch any corners, skip this step.

## Step 7 how to solve a rubik’s cube: Orienting the Bottom Corners

Okay, now that you have all the Top (Bottom) corners in place, you have to rotate them in place so that the colors match up with their respecive sides.

For example, in the first picture you see that two of the corners are not green. That’s because the green is on the side of the cube. We need the green to come to the top of the cube.

There are three cases for this step:

– There is only one corner piece with green on top. In this case, make sure that that corner piece is on your right, and closest to you, then preform the algorithm once ( first cube example in the first picture).

If all of the corners are solved, then continue onto the next step, otherwise see if you have the same or another case, and follow the instructions for that case.

– The are no corner pieces with green on top. In this case, follow the 3rd cube example in the first picture, making sure the cube is facing you the right way, and preform the algorithm.

If all of the corners are solved, then continue onto the next step, otherwise see if you have the same or another case, and follow the instructions for that case.

– There is more than one corner piece with green on top. In this case, follow the 2nd cube example in the first picture, where there is a corner that is not green in the closer right hand corner, and any of the other corners are green. You MUST make sure that the right corner closest to you is NOT green.

If all of the corners are solved, then continue onto the next step, otherwise see if you have the same or another case, and follow the instructions for that case.