Learn how to solve the 4x4x4 Rubik’s Revenge Cube easily. Full guide including detailed images and examples. Solution guides to all rubiks cubes. 4x4x4 Solution. Understanding the instructions used for this 4x4x4 cube solution. We will display three sets of instruction, one graphic set and two text sets. A solution for beginners and much more This and the two following algorithms have been placed on the page 4x4x4 Disparity Algorithms for quick reference in.
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Pairing the Edges The first part of this process, as with the centres, is more about seeing what is happening rather than learning algorithms.
You now have a 3x3x3 cube, however you may still have parity problems. Front face For the purpose of this exercise we will use the red and green edges.
The aim of this section is to take you from this. Ensure the front face colours match. You might be lucky when you have finish pairing the third last pair with the final two pairs being matched when the centres are realigned, however, 4x4c4 is less likely than still having to match them. This algorithm solves the cube for Fig.
The problem is that we no longer have a third unmatched pair to realign the centres with. You can safely rotate any face to create a starting configuration.
If they are on 44xx4 same layer as displayed on the left you can use 4x4c4 of the two algorithms below to place them on different layers as displayed on the right. Your browser does not support script. In each case an incorrectly positioned pair of edges must be at the top of the front face with a correctly positioned pair at the top of right face. If not, Right clock, Top anti, Back clock. Which face of the cube is not important because all we are doing in this section is matching the same coloured edges.
Simply Rubik A solution for beginners and much more. When you still have to solve the last two edge elements you do not have a third set to reset the centres with.
For the purpose of this exercise we will use the red and green edges. If they are not use either of the first two algorithms on this page.
The aim of this section is to take you from soluttion to this completing the edges. So you will need to learn the next algorithm to pair the last two unpaired edge sets. Before starting any algorithm, make sure that the front dark grey face is facing you and the top layer is on the top.
You will notice that the pair are matched after the first rotation in the splution, however, 4x4z4 four centres on the side faces have now been split, the rest of the algorithm places the newly matched pair on the up face then replaces them with the split pair which are turned to the front face so the side face centres can be realigned. The first part of this process, as with the centres, is more about wolution what is happening rather than learning algorithms.
You need to place a matching colour pair on different layers but on the same face of the cube in the configuration displayed here on the right. The last pair to be solved are placed on ether side of the front face.