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Answered by: PB Tech on 3 October 2020
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No. On this model of MacBook you will have to contact Apple for an appropriate drive to replace.
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Yes. i can confirm I used the samsungs migration tool to move from a Samsung 840 Pro to this NVMe drive. Note if you are running RAPID mode and/or Bit locker, you will need to turn those off first. Also note you can only use it to go "up" in size. You can't migrate from a 256GB drive to a 128 GB drive for example, the tool cant shrink partitions from my experance.
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