Open up the stick and determine if the USB cable is soldered on or if it uses a JST connector, and the size of the connector, if applicable.
If it’s standard, something like this 10 foot cable will work without soldering.
While the cord is designed to mount in the Q4’s door compartment (and if the JST size is compatible, you would still have to deal with the built in plastic stop in this cable, which is admittedly maybe just a minor annoyance, and might even come in useful!), this cable will even work on things like the keyboard PCB JST port for a Ducky Shine keyboard, for instance (the ducky’s Breakout board usually attaches to this connector first).
If searching google for third party JST to USB A cables (e.g. cables that don’t have the middle plastic stop piece that the Qanba cables used to secure the cable to the compartment), take care of the size of the cable; some are made for mice, which have much smaller JST connectors, even though the pinouts are the same.