(First, sorry for my English :_D)
I'm doing a school project and I wanted to swap a male/plug USB-C to a USB-C female/receptacle. I thought it was just soldering the cables onto the board and it's ready to go, but that didn't work.
I bought this USB-C female board: https://www.amazon.es/gp/product/B00VRAZMVE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
If you can see, the A4, A9, B4, B9 (also Vbus) connectors don't exist, but the adapters I am also working with them they don't have any extra cables that I couldn't solder.
My problem is that I want to use a male-male USB-C cable to connect the adapter to my computer but that doesn't work in any way. As I read, the USB-C connector has some cables to communicate to the master device and provide energy, so the cables I didn't solder are the Vbus ones.
Is there any way to use this adapter with a male-male USB-C cable?
EDIT: I noticed that the board itself is capable of soldering the Vbus connectors, but in the adapter there isn't an extra cable to do that, should I put a jumper or something similar?