1. Originally Posted by Escher
are you talking about individual dedge pieces, or edges in 'dedge form'? if either, you cannot swap two without messing up the rest of the cube in some way. if you would like to simply twist a single edge in dedge form with an algorithm, go on bigcubes.com. if you do not know how to do the last two dedges, follow the link to cubestation.
thanks, it is actually edges in 'dedge form'

2. ## 4x4x4 PARITY

I got a 4x4x4 Cube i know how to figure it out but i need help with the parity's, because i checked dan browns parity and it just mixed up my cube the way he did it so im wondering if anyone can please show me a site on parity for 4x4x4. The way i learned the 4x4x4 is to get all the centers and get pairs, to get ready to do 3x3x3 method. That's why i need parity algs becuase there's always a problem

If you can help me Thanks xD

3. OLL Parity: r U2 x r U2 r U2 r' U2 l U2 r' U2 r U2 r' U2 r'
Put the edge that need to be twisted at UF

4. The parity alg in his video is correct. You probably turned the wrong layer.

Is your problem PLL or OLL parity? PLL Parity is:

r2 U2 r2 U(u)2 r2 u2

5. rU2rU2xU2rU2l'x'U2lU2r2 and l'U2l'U2xU2l'U2rx'U2r'U2l2 are my favourites.

6. ## 4x4x4... is it possible without parity?

Hey guys i've been working on solving my 4x4x4 and i'm at the last layer and of course i have parity. Is there any work around so that i can solve the cube and not get parity?

Thx,
Colin

7. I MIGHT and PROBABLY be wrong, but if you use the cage method, you won't get parity.

Parity's not much of a big deal. Two algs. That's it.

8. No, it just happens. Luckily there are only 2 algs to learn, and the longer one just practice over and over until you have it memorized.

9. both parity are easy, the oll one almost dont even need to memorize