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Is there a way to solve it? If so how?! I have tried remixing it over and over but I haven't solved it yet :/

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If a single corner of a rubik's cube is twisted, it is in an unsolvable state.

The only way to fix it is to take it apart and put it back together again ;)

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  • $\begingroup$ A similar question was already asked for a 3x3x3 cube on puzzling.stackexchange.com/questions/20/…. Explanations of why this state is unsolvable provided on that page are also applicable for a 2x2x2 cube. $\endgroup$ – ppgdev Mar 13 at 14:59
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This cube can often be fixed by just forcing that corner without complete disassembly. Just twist that corner. Sometimes easier if you move that corner half way between two positions.

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Instead of taking it apart, you could also, optionally do one of six things:

  1. Take off and rearrange the stickers,
  2. Take it back to the store,
  3. Tell your friend/family member/distant relative/creepy (probably a stalker) stranger to stop buying you prank gifts,
  4. Throw it away,
  5. Buy a new one, or
  6. Smash it with a sledge hammer out of frustration and anger, throw it away, and THEN buy a new one. I hope this helps you out! ;)
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