Step 12: I got a fever! And the only cure... is more Baking Soda!
I begin by preparing the headphone jack base.
I used my Exacto knife to shave the inside of the headphone hole just a bit to make the jack stick out a little more once installed. If you decide to do this step, make sure to shave the same amount from both halves of the controller.
I took 2 small pieces of plastic that are about the same size as the main part of the headphone jack. I stacked the 2 pieces and glued them together with super glue. I then glue the stacked plastic mounting base to the controller back - the same side as the battery holder.
Drop a few drops under the plastic mount to hold in place. I also put a few drops on each side of the mount and filled with baking soda as a filler.
I did this because this portion of your controller will take the most abuse, pushing and pulling headphone jacks into the device.
To maximize my surface area, I notched the mounting base to accommodate the pegs that are under the headphone jack. I super glued the jack down as well, followed by the baking soda to make it as strong as possible.
Mount your Female USB in place. I used a small thin rectangular piece of plastic under the USB to make a mounting base and level it. Glue it down to the USB using some baking soda, then glue that down to the controller. More baking soda