Solving the First Cross
This step, along with the next step, is the most difficult to teach because there are so many possible starting situations. Fortunately, after the steps it takes very little effort to complete the rest of the cube, so please be patient on the steps one and two.
In this step, it is important to remember that the center of each side of the cube does not move, so that each party that color. You must bring all the pieces of another color on that side. In the example below we take the red / green pieces to match with the red and green. Here are the most common measures for this step. You must do this for all four sides to make a cross like the “after” picture below.
Solving the Bottom Corners
Again, this step is a little harder to teach than the steps to follow because the number of possible start situations, but the picture below will help you through it.
Find a corner piece on the bottom layer that belongs on the top. In our example this image is cut any corners with green in it. Move this section to lie on the bottom layer directly below the appropriate place in the top layer of the cube. In other words, places where the pieces should start to be in the same column as the place where you want the piece ended. Then, see the picture below to solve. Make sure you look at the true picture began. Perform this step on all four sides.
Solving the Middle Layer
Before you begin this step, flip the cube over so the face is complete now the bottom. In the pictures, this is the green side. Now, turn the top layer of the cube to match the “before” picture below. This will create an inverted “T” with one color. We will move that top middle section to the right spot in the middle row in this step. There are two ways to do this depends on which side the “T” is when you are looking at the cube. Be sure to find the correct starting picture before doing this step. Repeat this step with all four sides. (HINT: If you ever get stuck in which no useful piece in the upper layer and then do one of the following steps in reverse.)
Solving the Top Cross
In this step, the goal is to get the top of the cube has a cross. In the “after” picture below is the blue side. You start by facing side of the cube that has a piece of blue (or whatever your primary colors) in the upper layer at the front left position (refer to the “before” picture below). It’s okay to have a blue section in the front right position as well, but the key is to ensure that there is a piece of blue on the left side of the front. You then follow the moves in the picture below. Only perform this step once most likely will not be enough. You may have to repeat the steps several times until there is a crucifix. You also may need to rotate the cube in your hand to manipulate different sides (still make sure the blue section at the front left position!).
Completing the Top, Middle Pieces
Once you have a cross on top, the next step is to get all the top center, located on the right side. This step, like the previous step, most likely to be repeated several times. A useful tip is that, if you have two adjacent sides in the right place, rotate the cube in your hand so that both parties are in the right rear and right front position, then repeat this step once more. After doing this, cut the top of all will be in the right order, but will need to be played on the cube until they are on the right side. (HINT: when performing this step, note that the left front will not move.)