Mar 11, 2019 · It may take a few seconds, but the Raspberry Pi should boot from the new m.2 SSD, even if you have no SD card inserted. Note, that the raspi-config function to expand filesystem may not work, as this was made to work for SD cards. M.2 SSD read and write speeds with a Raspberry Pi 3B+
Reboot the Pi. This modification is only available on the Raspberry Pi B+ and later Pis (like the Pi 2 or 3 model B). Tips for getting WiFi to connect automatically and reliably. See this guide: Setting up an 802.11n WiFi adapter on the Raspberry Pi. Shows how to connect using WPA Supplicant, and how to prevent the WiFi from going into standby ...
To connect my Pi Zero 1.3 over WiFi I ordered an adapter from AdaFruit. The white cable in the picture is a Micro-USB adapter. Before you can get the WiFi to work, you need to connect to the Pi Zero so that you can edit a file. Because there is only one USB port, you need to look at a few options. Read More →
USB3 to SATA Adapter with Cable for SSD and Hard Drive USB 3.0 SATA III A great addition to the TerraPi Raspberry Pi casesThis pigtail USB3 to SATA adapter is ideal for vertical placement of the SSD because of the short cable.It uses power from the USB port and will only support SSD drives and not HDD drives that require more power. It is a great choice for RPI NAS cases and projects.
Just flashed a microSD card for my new Pi 3B+. I left the Pi untouched and plugged in via ethernet for a couple of hours before I messed with it, per the instructions in the txt file.Everything appears to be working fine except wifi.