- Go to phpMyAdmin.
- Go to the “wp_options” table.
- Search for the field named, “active_plugins”.
- Edit the “active_plugins” field.
- Delete the value/contents of the “active_plugins” row.
That’s it! All your plugins are now deactivated!
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