Unfortunately you'll have to face this reality. Cables do fail in time and you just don't know when. It could be the internal threads that break, or the internal resistance of the cable shoots up after very long use such that you can't establish a good connection between the host and device (even no connection at worst). Then of course there's the different plug types one has to deal with.
Personally I've accepted this harsh reality and carry a plethora of relevant cables, plug connector adapters etc. I have everything stuffed into a ThinkTank accessories pouch which resides in my daypack. If I need a Micro-b connection I have the said (native) cable ready; if I need a Type-C connection, I have the necessary Micro-b female-to-C male adapter (but not the other way round due to the tendency to wear out the C-male plug, rending it very loose in connection). Sorry but being minimalist just isn't my thing.