How To Flash Mito A363 Firmware File [MT6572]

Mito A363 Firmware

How to flash Mito A363 firmware file. That’s what we’re going to tell you in this post! To do it, we’ll use a free flashing tool called Sp Flash Tool. This tool will enable you to flash stock ROM of your Mito A363 and set up on a new Firmware.

We use the Sp flash tool for this procedure there are different reasons why we will use Sp Flash Tool to unbrick the Mito A363. I believe this tool is very efficient. Follow the step by step procedure to use One Click Unbrick Tool and unbrick your Mito A363.

The Advantages Of Mito A363 Stock ROM:

A Soft Brick or a Software Brick, is usually just when you’re Mito A363 is stuck in a boot loop, and as the name implies, is caused by a software error on Mito A363, usually the lack of a system to boot from or some other minor software bug that glitching boot. They are easily fixable by flashing the stock ROM on Mito A363 through recovery or with SP Flash Tool. If your Mito A363 device turns to a soft-brick, it may:

  • Keeps Rebooting;
  • Boots Straight Into Recovery;
  • Boots Straight Into its Bootloader;
  • Freeze at the startup screen or boot Animation;

Mito A363 Stock ROM Details:

Gapps File Included
Device Supported Mito A363
Tool Supported SP Flash Tool
Processor MediaTek MT6572
Os Android

MITO_A363_all LCD S135MWH_CQ01_4011_V0.9.1740_user_MT6572


Pre-requirements to Install Mito A363 Firmware:

  • Supported Phone: Mito A363
  • Charge your mobile: You may no less than a half charge.
  • Laptop or PC: To execute this installation, you must use a PC or Laptop.

Take Mito A363 Backup:

Download Mito A363 Flashing Tool And Drivers:


  • Please Read and understand the Full Guide Before Flashing Mito A363 Firmware.
  • Use these instructions at your own risk. We will not be responsible for everything that happens to you or your device, resulting from the use of information in this guide.
  • In addition, Make sure that the USB drivers for your device are installed on the computer.
  • Before flashing, Stock ROM Mito A363 must have a 70–80% charge.
  • Make a backup copy of important data such as call logs, SMS, and other data, it is to if something goes wrong, your data is not affected.

Don’t flash another preloader and DSP_BL blocks! It is always dangerous! On some models of phones, you will have a brick even if you download these blocks read from a phone which you own! Always remove from them marks in SPFT! ALWAYS have a working backup of your original ROM before you flash a new unknown ROM.

Instructions to Install Mito A363 Firmware:

1. Download Mito A363 Firmware zip file given above and extract it in your computer.

2. Download Mito A363 USB driver and set up it on your computer. In case if in case you have already put in USB driver in your computer skip this step.

3. Next, switch off your Mito A363 smartphone and take away the battery (it’s removable).

4. Now go to the extracted folder in Step 1 and open up the SP Flash Tool sub-folder. You will discover “Flash_tool.exe” file in it. Launch it.

5. As soon as SP Flash tool is launched, click on on “Download” tab.

6. Now, click on on “Scatter-loading” button within the download tab.

7. Next, click on on “Open Scatter File” and choose the scatter file from Step 1. For reference see the picture given under.

8. Now click on on the “Download” button to start out the flashing process.

9. Next, join your Mito A363 Android device to your computer by means of the unique USB cable (without battery – whether it is battery removable) and press volume up or volume down button.

10. The flashing process will start momentarily, and it’ll get accomplished in a minute or two. As soon as it’s over, you will notice the “Download OK” green ring in SP Flash Tool.

11. Now, shut SP Flash tool in your computer and unplug your smartphone.

That’s it. Now you’ve successfully flashed Mito A363 stock ROM on your  Android device. If you happen to encounter any points whereas following this tutorial, do let me know by way of feedback.

Follow Detailed Instruction Mito A363 Firmware Flashing With Sp Flash Tool.