You can do this with both active or deactivated plugins.
1. Login to your WordPress admin dashboard.
2. Under the dashboard menu, hover your mouse over "Plugins" and then click on "Installed Plugins".
3. Locate the plugin you wish to forcefully update and then click on €œEdit€.
4. In the editor, locate the text:
Then you will only need to change it to:
Only change the version from a higher to a lower number.
5. Scroll down and click on €œUpdate File€. Then go back to the €œInstalled Plugins€ list and you will see a text like €œThere is a new version of€¦€ and you will only need to click on €œUpdate now€. This will update your plugin€™s files.
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