# Square 1 Adjacent swap

I just got my first ever square one ( a Rubik's cube related puzzle ) and I have this case which I can't find any help on. An adjacent edge swap, with the equator solved. There is the parity algorithm which switches the two adjacent pieces BUT it also flips the equator. Help?

• I'm not familiar with that one. I wonder if it's similar to the one I just received. Mine has the numbers one to six on its faces, represented by groups of black dots but I can't figure out how to scramble or unscramble it. As far as I can tell it's simply a white cuboid with black dots. I must surely be missing something. – Hugh Meyers Jan 17 '17 at 19:06

If you reach the last step after all parities are solved, and your middle layer is flipped, you can flip it with / (6, 0) / (6, 0) / (6, 0). If you're not sure what this looks like, or want a video, see this one. Other than that, though, you've got the right algorithm. You can do the parity algorithm you know.