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Versão atual de: Dan ,

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Hi,
 
Yes, it works.
 
I bought a Samsung EVO 970 1Tb + a Sintech adapter, and installed it in my Macbook Air 2015.
 
I booted on a Gparted Live CD (a bootable UDB drive would work too) to create a mac partition table and format the SSD to hfs+, so that it would be detected by the Air. (Gparted does not offer an APFS option)
 
Then, I booted on an external hard drive with High Sierra and used Disk Utility to change the partition table to GUID and format the SSD to APFS.
 
Finally, I restored my Air from a Time Machine Backup. Everything is working like a charm, and it’s cheaper than OWC (and probably faster).
 
I have a Macbook Air early 2015, I bought a Samsung SSD Evo 970 1Tb + a Sintech adapter, and this is what I did :
 
* Installed the SSD + adapter in the Macbook Air
* Booted on a Gparted Live CD (Linux on a bootable USB key would work too)
* Created a partition table for Mac with Gparted
* Booted on an external drive with High Sierra
* Used Disk Utility to format the SSD in APFS
* Restored a Time Machine backup on the SSD
* Done! And everything works like a charm.
Hope that helps.
 
Cheers!
 
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Editado por: Sam Goldheart (detalhes da votação) ,

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Hi,

Yes, it works.

I bought a Samsung EVO 970 1Tb + a Sintech adapter, and installed it in my Macbook Air 2015.

I booted on a Gparted Live CD (a bootable UDB drive would work too) to create a mac partition table and format the SSD to hfs+, so that it would be detected by the Air. (Gparted does not offer an APFS option)

Then, I booted on an external hard drive with High Sierra and used Disk Utility to change the partition table to GUID and format the SSD to APFS.

Finally, I restored my Air from a Time Machine Backup. Everything is working like a charm, and it’s cheaper than OWC (and probably faster).

Hope that helps.

Cheers!

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Editado por: iRobot ,

Texto:

Hi,

Yes, it works.

I bought a Samsung EVO 970 1Tb + a Sintech adapter, and installed it in my Macbook Air 2015.

I booted on a Gparted Live CD (a bootable UDB drive would work too) to create a mac partition table and format the SSD to hfs+, so that it would be detected by the Air. (Gparted does not offer an APFS option)

Then, I booted on an external hard drive with High Sierra and used Disk Utility to change the partition table to GUID and format the SSD to APFS.

Finally, I restored my Air from a Time Machine Backup. Everything is working like a charm, and it’s cheaper than OWC (and probably faster).

Hope that helps.

Cheers!

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[image|1526141]

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Editado por: Beber Inho ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
Yes, it works.
 
I bought a Samsung EVO 970 1Tb + a Sintech adapter, and installed it in my Macbook Air 2015.
 
I booted on a Gparted Live CD (a bootable UDB drive would work too) to create a mac partition table and format the SSD to hfs+, so that it would be detected by the Air. (Gparted does not offer an APFS option)
 
Then, I booted on an external hard drive with High Sierra and used Disk Utility to change the partition table to GUID and format the SSD to APFS.
 
Finally, I restored my Air from a Time Machine Backup. Everything is working like a charm, and it’s cheaper than OWC (and probably faster).
 
Hope that helps.
 
Cheers!
 
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Editado por: Beber Inho ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
Yes, it works.
 
I bought a Samsung EVO 970 1Tb + a Sintech adapter, and installed it in my Macbook Air 2015.
 
I booted on a Gparted Live CD (a bootable UDB drive would work too) to create a mac partition table and format the SSD to hfs+, so that it would be detected by the Air. (Gparted does not offer an APFS option)
 
Then, I booted on an external hard drive with High Sierra and used Disk Utility to change the partition table to GUID and format the SSD to APFS.
 
Finally, I restored my Air from a Time Machine Backup. Everything is working like a charm, and it’s cheaper than OWC (and probably faster).
 
Hope that helps.
 
Cheers!
 
[image|1526178]
 
[image|1526141]

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Postagem original de: Beber Inho ,

Texto:

Hi,

Yes, it works.

I bought a Samsung EVO 970 1Tb + a Sintech adapter, and installed it in my Macbook Air 2015.

I booted on a Gparted Live CD (a bootable UDB drive would work too) to create a mac partition table and format the SSD to hfs+, so that it would be detected by the Air. (Gparted does not offer an APFS option)

Then, I booted on an external hard drive with High Sierra and used Disk Utility to change the partition table to GUID and format the SSD to APFS.

Finally, I restored my Air from a Time Machine Backup. Everything is working like a charm, and it’s cheaper than OWC (and probably faster).

Hope that helps.

Cheers!

[image|1526141]

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