If you have an extensive game library for your PlayStation 4 Pro, you may be thinking about increasing the size of your PS4 Pro’s hard drive (and thus, your game library). If you’ve never tinkered with a game console before, don’t worry. Sony makes it fairly simple to remove and replace your stock hard drive, as well as restore your data to a new hard drive. And we’re going to run you through all the steps to make it even easier.
Before you begin, you’re going to need a few items to make the replacement an easy and safe process for your prized game console.
First, you’ll want a Phillips screwdriver, a new 2.5-inch hard drive (we recommend the Seagate 2TB FireCuda Gaming SSHD for $99.99), a completely empty USB-A thumb drive with at…
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Author: Stefan Etienne