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Adapter for 2017 MBP SSD

I have a dead 2017 13” MacBook Pro (Function Keys) and need to read the SSD that I’ve removed. Is there an adapter to access it elsewhere? I’ve done a little research and can’t find any info.

Thanks.

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Sadly, NO case so far

I would contact OWC to see if they have something up their sleeves ;-}

Otherwise you’ll need another MacBook Pro Fn system to gain access to the files.

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I am almost positive the answer is Yes!

can you give us an image of the type of SSD you have? (specifically the connectors on the drive)

if it is a standard SATA connector then there are many inexpensive adapters that can allow you to connect that drive up to another computer via USB

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I was going to say: pretty sure he included the wrong MacBook Pro model, since for the one specified above the SSD is soldered to the board.

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As I stated in the question, my SSD is from a 2017 MacBook Pro (Function Keys). As far I'm aware the SSD uses a proprietary Apple Gen. 5A PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe . I'm asking if anyone knows of an adapter?

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Sorry, misread that. I'm not aware of any unfortunately.

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B07F2S836J from Amazon might do it… or maybe B07J9WNN9H I haven’t personally tried either of these so YMMV try doing a search for USB and NVME…

Newegg has several like this one from Choetech

all that being said, if the adapter works and the computer recognizes the drive, this will only give you access to data if the system was not encrypted….

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@xshawk - Ian sorry guy, neither of these cases will work. Apple uses their own custom connector on their SSD drives. Basically they are not M.2 drives!

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Hi,

I have a MacBook Pro 2017 (Function keys) and I had an accident (water dropping) and the screen and connections are damaged. I couldn’t find affordable fixing, so right now is broken but the SSD works. 

I bought a Lenovo A340-24IWL and I’d like to know if is possible to put the SSD from my broken MacBook Pro on this Lenovo A340? Do you have some enclosure or adapter to use this SSD on a PC?

Thank you very much for your response!!!

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I believe this is the drive Dominic is referring to:

Block Image

It’s a Gen 5 referenced above, a proprietary SSD that has no adapters or enclosures that I can find.

Between Secure Boot, encryption and proprietary drives, Apple seems to be closing the door on data recovery. A drive or machine failure may well doom all data without a current backup.

Cody Henderson of Beetstech posted an outstanding guide to Apple SSDs that includes a number of Gen 5 drives at the bottom of his list:

https://beetstech.com/blog/apple-proprie...

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