I have them and I can post them for you, but I strongly consider instead you watch this and relearn a different way.
I learned how to solve my 4x4x4 Revenge using that little instruction booklet that came with my cube, and it normally took me around half an hour at first and 20 minutes or so once I got it down better and got quicker. Using this way you can easily get your time under 15 minutes and later 10. Plus, it will directly transfer to bigger cubes, if you learn the stuff shown here, you will only need one more additional alogrithm to solve any cube bigger than a 4x4x4. So consider giving this a try and relearning a better way to solve the 4x4x4. If instead, you still just want the stuff from the little instruction booklet, I will post the directions down for you, if I am not too lazy.
Ok, in spite of being lazy I will post it for you. The first one is to swap to edge pieces, in case they line up wrong. In the booklet that is called the mid swapper and it goes like this:
You put the two edge pieces you want to swap so they are where the left side meets the front face. Then you do this algorithm:
F2 d' F2 d2 F2 d F2
' = counterclockwise
d=3rd layer from top, or if you prefer 2nd layer from the bottom
This one was the one called the mid shuttle in the booklet. If you already have everything positioned correctly and merely want to move either the mid top or the mid bottom edge pieces then this algorithm will move 3 and leave one, so align one so it is where you want it and then turn the cube so that that one is on the mid bottom layer, and on the back side, on the left side of the cube but would be on the right side of the cube if you turned it around and were directly facing the back side. Use this to move the other three until they get where you want them:
B D2 L D' L' d' L D L' d D2 B'
If all that is too hard to follow, maybe this will be clearer:
front 180 degrees, mid bottom counter clock wise, front 180 degrees, mid bottom 180 degrees, front 180 degrees, mid bottom clock wise, front 180 degrees
back clock wise, bottom 180 degrees, left clock wise, bottom counter clock wise, left counter clock wise, mid bottom counter clock wise, left clock wise, bottom clock wise, left counter clock wise, mid bottom clock wise, bottom 180 degrees, back counter clock wise
Hope that helps. I really prefer the way shown in the link I posted earlier, it is much more fun, simple, and applicable to other cubes.
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