Micro USB port detached from circuitboard (PCB), about putting it back
My Micro USB port/socket got detached from the circuit board it was part of. This Micro USB port supplies power to the whole thing, and I first noticed that it was detached when the only way to supply power to it was to bend or pull my USB cable upwards which made the port have contact with the circuit board. I could just permanently leave the USB cable like that but would rather reattach the port to the board.
In the pics below you can see the PCB and I circled in red where the micro usb port was before it fell off. I have not soldered anything yet and would be a complete newbie at doing it, would I have to solder the bottom of the microusb to that part I highlighted in yellow, or could I just use super glue (most if not all seem to be not conductive) or use any other glue safely on something like that? I would rather not have to solder if possible and use glue, but if I do have to solder how do I make sure to attach the whole thing securely?
Here is the PCB:
Here is the port (upside down):
Is this a good question?