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Replacing SSD in MacBook Pro, is my shopping list + plan OK?

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Hi everybody. I'm planning to replace the SSD in my MBP with a bigger capacity regular market SSD. Not an Apple branded one. I'm using a Sintech adapter and a Samsung Evo 970. Device is a Macbook Pro 13" Early 2015 (A1502).

Here's what I'm planning on buying:

* [https://eustore.ifixit.com/en/Tools/Drivers-Wrenches/P5-Pentalobe-Screwdriver-Retina-MacBook-Pro-and-Air-iFixit-made-in-Germany.html|P5 Pentalobe screwdriver] for getting the back cover off
* [http://eshop.sintech.cn/ngff-m2-pcie-ssd-card-as-2013-2014-2015-macbook-ssd-p-1139.html|Sintech adapter Apple to M.2]
* [https://tweakers.net/pricewatch/1169447/samsung-970-evo-1tb.html|Samsung EVO 970]

After installing the drive in the machine, I need to first boot into Linux via bootable USB to partition the drive. Then I should be able to run the High Sierra bootable USB to setup the system, after partitioning again with Disk Utility to GUID and APFS.

I'm wondering if I'm doing this correctly. Is there anything I'm forgetting or could be doing better? I will probably need to find a local (Dutch) vendor for the Sintech adapter but I'm sure I can find it somewhere.

Any feedback appreciated.

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MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2015

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Título:

Replacing SSD in MacBook Pro, is my shopping list + plan OK?

Texto:

Hi everybody. I'm planning to replace the SSD in my MBP with a bigger capacity regular market SSD. Not an Apple branded one. I'm using a Sintech adapter and a Samsung Evo 970. Device is a Macbook Pro 13" Early 2015 (A1502).
 
Here's what I'm planning on buying:
 
* [https://eustore.ifixit.com/en/Tools/Drivers-Wrenches/P5-Pentalobe-Screwdriver-Retina-MacBook-Pro-and-Air-iFixit-made-in-Germany.html|P5 Pentalobe screwdriver] for getting the back cover off
* [http://eshop.sintech.cn/ngff-m2-pcie-ssd-card-as-2013-2014-2015-macbook-ssd-p-1139.html|Sintech adapter Apple to M.2]
* [https://tweakers.net/pricewatch/1169447/samsung-970-evo-1tb.html|Samsung EVO 970]
 
After installing the drive in the machine, I need to first boot into Linux via bootable USB to partition the drive. Then I should be able to run the High Sierra bootable USB to setup the systemsystem, after partitioning again with Disk Utility to GUID and APFS.
After installing the drive in the machine, I need to first boot into Linux via bootable USB to partition the drive. Then I should be able to run the High Sierra bootable USB to setup the systemsystem, after partitioning again with Disk Utility to GUID and APFS.
 
I'm wondering if I'm doing this correctly. Is there anything I'm forgetting or could be doing better? I will probably need to find a local (Dutch) vendor for the Sintech adapter but I'm sure I can find it somewhere.
 
Any feedback appreciated.

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2015

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open

Postagem original de: Dada ,

Título:

Replacing SSD in MacBook Pro, is my shopping list + plan OK?

Texto:

Hi everybody. I'm planning to replace the SSD in my MBP with a bigger capacity regular market SSD. Not an Apple branded one. I'm using a Sintech adapter and a Samsung Evo 970. Device is a Macbook Pro 13" Early 2015 (A1502).

Here's what I'm planning on buying:

* [https://eustore.ifixit.com/en/Tools/Drivers-Wrenches/P5-Pentalobe-Screwdriver-Retina-MacBook-Pro-and-Air-iFixit-made-in-Germany.html|P5 Pentalobe screwdriver] for getting the back cover off
* [http://eshop.sintech.cn/ngff-m2-pcie-ssd-card-as-2013-2014-2015-macbook-ssd-p-1139.html|Sintech adapter Apple to M.2]
* [https://tweakers.net/pricewatch/1169447/samsung-970-evo-1tb.html|Samsung EVO 970]

After installing the drive in the machine, I need to first boot into Linux via bootable USB to partition the drive. Then I should be able to run the High Sierra bootable USB to setup the system.

I'm wondering if I'm doing this correctly. Is there anything I'm forgetting or could be doing better? I will probably need to find a local (Dutch) vendor for the Sintech adapter but I'm sure I can find it somewhere.

Any feedback appreciated.

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2015

Status:

open