broken usb

Hi everyone.
I physically broke the micro usb of a lolin v3 and I wanted to know, given the impossibility of replacing the hardware of the same, it was possible to use an external converter and connect to the pins to be able to program the microcontroller.
Thank you

Just an idea.

Do a search for "panelmount USB". You can get them with a cable; cut the other side of and solder to your board. Not sure if you can get micro-USB ones but definitely B-types.

sterretje:
Just an idea.

Do a search for “panelmount USB”. You can get them with a cable; cut the other side of and solder to your board. Not sure if you can get micro-USB ones but definitely B-types.

Good idea.
But can I connect the files directly on the pins of the lolin card?

Can you still solder them on the pads where the connector was?

sterretje:
Can you still solder them on the pads where the connector was?

Yessss . I will try . Thanks

quincisoft:
But can I connect the files directly on the pins of the lolin card?

Just to clarify, the USB connector connects to the USB interface chip, not to the ESP8266, so you cannot connect USB lines to any of the "pin" connections on the board.