# Problems with Step 7 of Rubik’s Cube solutions

Do you have any problem with Step 7 of Rubik’s Cube solutions?

First, check the Frequently Asked Questions.

If you are still having problems, write a comment.

1. Willt says:

In step 7, I have 3 wrong corners. I have the cube oriented correctly, but the red/green/white corner is oriented correctly. Now what?

2. Diego de Pereda says:

You have to check if the corners need a clockwise turn or an anti-clockwise turn. Hold the cube as in the pictures and perform the movements.

3. Archana Shankar says:

In last layer I have two edges opposite to each other. How can I solve it?

1. Diego de Pereda says:

Hi, Archana. If you haven’t solved the edges yet, you should go back to step 5.

4. Lena says:

This algorithm doesn’t work. It turns the corner but doesn’t solve the rest of the cube. Another algorithm that makes more sense, and works is R’D’RD

5. Dat Boi says:

uhh have corners on opposite corners but when i do 1b it stays the same orientation. What to do?

1. Diego de Pereda says:

Do you move the upper face between the algorithms? (the part with the red background)

6. pramit says:

nice algorithms but not usefull for speedcubing at all i m not satisfied with the last step

1. Diego de Pereda says:

If you want to solve the Rubik’s Cube quickier, you have to learn more advanced methods like the Fridrich method.

7. iola says:

In the top layer of the rubix cube, 3 middle pieces of the TOP LAYER are incorect and I don’t know why

8. Sachet says:

I did what it said to do for complete 1a then do step 7 but it brought me back to step 3 be careful not to do that

9. Kailash says:

Great blog Diego! Even I had mistakes, only after which I realized that it was the problem of misunderstanding the given information. Finally completed my cube!! Thanks again!

10. Zac says:

If flipping the corner allowed in competitions in such cases?

11. Diego says:

I am Diego!