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A1708 / EMC 2978 — Released October 2016, this entry-level MacBook Pro retains its traditional function keys (as opposed to the OLED Touch Bar). The function key version packs an Intel Core i5 and two Thunderbolt 3 ports.

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What type of SSD to SATA/USB adapter do I need for this MacBook Pro?

I need help identifying what type of SSD - SATA/USB adapter I need to take a full forensic image of this drive with a Tableau TD3.

The device is a Macbook Pro Core i5 (or i7 I am unsure) 2.0 13” 2016 (Model: a1708)

It has a 256gb PCIe-based SSD (Model: 656-0041C)

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Sorry to say there is no adapter available at this time. Apple uses a custom interface which is not standard!

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You'll need a second system which is working to then swap out the SSD drive with your dead system to then off load the data using Target Disk Mode.

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Has anyone created an adapter for this type of drive yet?

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If you find one let us know! Sadly I haven't seen any. Apple also moved away from using this SSD format so the market for a case is very limited.

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@tangorekt - This won't do ;-{

The issue is accessing the custom SSD's data, this only allows you to slide in a M.2 SSD not allow you to salvage the data on the custom SSD.

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I tried swapping the ssd to another working system but it dint recognize the drive at all.

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Likely the system was running Sierra or older MacOS so it couldn’t understand your drives APFS formatted SSD.

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most likely it would be a drive firmware issue, not at all APFS related.

from the websearch - Apple uses the different firmware in order to render drives compatible with the newer models of Macbooks not working on older models. I really hope someone in America will sue them for such an abuse.

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and now imagine the situation - let's say you have spilled the water over your corporate Macbook. Apple's repair bill is just a few dollars short of the price of the new Macbook. Well you could probably go some place else for the fix.

Agh, wait, the repair shop will need the SSD to test the results of the repair with and since this is a non standard disk they will insist on having your HD. So what if the NDA or something like that prohibits you from sending your HD with the computer as it is? You can do literally nothing with your HD unless you have another Macbook of the same generation available to you for the swap.

Apple "geniuses" will just say - no we can't do anything (how genius is that?)

I am sorry but with such an attitude toward the end user Apple as a brand is dead to me.

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Has anyone come up with an adapter for this type of drive yet? I need to recover some data from a damaged laptop.

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Sadly, nothing! As Apple has moved on to soldered storage I don't think the market is there to create anything. The Fn models came to an end in 2018.

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Hi everyone,

Any ideas if we can get an adapter for this type of ssd from apple need to extract data from a broken apple laptop.

I really hope there is an adapter now a days its already 2020 anyway.

Thanks

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My guess nobody in the right mind will be willing to invest in creating the adapter for the proprietary(!) interface that have been used only in 2016/2017 generation of Macbooks. It is not a question of the time frame needed for the adapter's design. There is an Apple's "data recovery" kit available for two hundred and something dollars on ebay that could probably be used with the other "test/bench" system but details for those are hard to come by. Most probably the most economical way to recover your data will be through the A1708 oriented repair professional but you'll be lucky though to have one in your town. Good luck.

The only adapter available today is the "NVMe M.2 NGFF SSD for 2016 2017 13" MacBook Pro A1708 Adapter" Ebay's object number 313059341517 with unknown spacial compatibility.

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I am pretty sure this would be what you are looking for. We bought one of each of the envoy adapters at work just for this sort of thing:

https://www.amazon.com/OWC-Portable-Bus-...

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Sorry Guy, This case doesn't support the wider connector used on the 2016/16 Fn model SSD's.

Here's a good reference The Ultimate Guide to Apple’s Proprietary SSDs take a look for your self.

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