Sabrent SSD box is in the office right now. And due to pandemic, in my country, it is illegal to get out at weekends. So I can send a photo on Monday.
But the procedure is pretty simple. I cut the cable’s outer shell, found the black and red cables. Black is ground. Red is +5V.
If you are going to power ssd with raspberry’s own power, then there is no need to temper with the ground cable. Only thing you need to do is cut the red cable and connect the ssd side of it to the same 5V input of raspberry.
But if you plan to power the ssd with another power supply (like a phone charger), than Charger’s ground and raspberry’s ground should be connected. Easy way for it is peeling off the black wire, connecting a wire there and connect the other end to the ground of raspberry’s input.
If you connect the power (+5V) after raspberry tries to boot, my usb-ssd adapter always work.
But this effort does not worth it. Because the cheapest usb3.0 converter I bought in the local store worked like a charm without any modifications. It does not even have a brand.
It is this one: https://tr.aliexpress.com/item/4001075130228.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.3c0f33a3fbhRDu&algo_pvid=ae101049-907a-4860-8230-bd5c4afde959&algo_expid=ae101049-907a-4860-8230-bd5c4afde959-0&btsid=0bb0622e16071242457372908e9fcc&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_,searchweb201603_