The easiest way to share a USB drive with a Raspberry Pi
Free and works 'out of the box'
Simply and easily convert a Raspberry Pi 1, 2, 3, 3B+ or 4B
into a free NAS (Network Attached Storage).
The easy way to Store and/or Backup your files to an attached USB Drive.
Share and Stream:
Share and/or Stream your files, movies and photos to any
Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android device on your network or over the Internet.
Backup your files and data all in the security of your own home.
Know where in the 'Cloud' your files are securely located!
Follow these 3 easy steps to share a USB Hard Drive
on your network with a Raspberry Pi
Simply Works 'out of the box'
A free pre-configured self extracting image for;
Raspberry Pi 1, 2, 3, 3B+ & 4B
Simply extract the downloaded ZIP file to a SD card and insert it into the Raspberry Pi.
Plug in an existing USB Drive or
USB Memory Stick.
Turn on, wait for the image to load and enjoy your NAS.
NAS and Cloud Server
Your files are stored securely at home
Use your NAS to backup files and stream Videos, Music and Photos.
Traditional Cloud services store your files on their servers anywhere in any country.
myUSBcloud leaves your files at Home, on your own hard drive, allowing you to have safe and secure access to them.
Keep your Videos, Music, Photos, and Files safe at Home and share and/or stream them to your Media Player, PC, Mac, Phone or Tablet when you need them.
HOW IT WORKS
When you have downloaded and extracted the ZIP file to an SD card, insert it into your Raspberry Pi; connect a network cable and plug in a USB drive and turn on your Raspberry PI.
After a few minutes the Raspberry Pi will show up on your home network as MUD
(My Usb Drive). You can then create directories and save files to it using your current file explorer. Show me how
By upgrading to myUSBcloud all you files will also be accessible on your own private page on .
Documents are not stored on this site.
They are transferred from the security of your USB drive at home to your PC, Mac, Phone or Tablet when you request a download.
There are many examples online of how to setup a Raspberry Pi as a Network Attached Device (NAS) and that’s great if you want to spend the time doing all the work yourself.
We wanted to create was an image to download and copy to an SD card that would “just work” without making any changes. So we did all the hard work for you and created an image for the you to download and use.
We also wanted to provide you with a Cloud storage solution where you know where your Files and Data are stored!