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This drive ONLY works via its own software called WD Discovery. You cannot use it like a USB external drive.
Letigre5
· May 24, 2018
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Absolutely they can
Howard Wassinger
· January 3, 2018
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You could but it would be of limited value. It is not designed for local storage. It wants to be a Cloud device.

Go read this review and the mnaufacturer’s response: https://www.amazon.com/review/R438M3H6BK69U/ref=cm_cr_srp_d_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B076CTK55W

Brian Kelly
· September 16, 2018
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Yes, with the "Duo" model, you can replace both drives with bigger ones.
His answer is correct for the non "Duo" "My Cloud" product.

Greg M.
· March 27, 2018
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Easy. Plug it in to power and an Ethernet connection. Download the WD my cloud app on your PC and log in to administer the device.
That’s about it.

The McCarthys
· June 21, 2018
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Yes, there's an app for iOS, you can see all your files, images, etc.
Amp
· March 18, 2018
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It has WiFi connectivity.
The McCarthys
· January 7, 2019
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Like the other MyCloud drives, you access this primarily through either UPNP or SMB. It's best to enable both protocols, unless you know you have a specific reason not to do so. It really comes down to the devices you'll use to access it, and what they're most happy using.
J. Everman
· February 9, 2018
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Yes; you need to enable the "sonos feature"
PeDi3
· March 11, 2019