Alteration of single protein regulation has given a massive implication in Muscular Dystrophy pathogenesis. Herein, we investigated the contribution of defected dystrophin that has impaired PI3K/Akt signalling and subsequently reduced autophagy in dystrophin-deficient myoblasts. In this study, dfd13 (dystrophin-deficient) and C2C12 (non-dystrophic) myoblasts were cultured in low mitogen condition for 10 days to induce differentiation. Analyses of protein expression has been done by using immunoblot technique, immunofluorescence and flow cytometry. In our myoblasts differentiation system, the dfd13 myoblasts did not achieved terminal differentiation as fewer myotube formation and fast-myosin heavy chain expression almost not detected. Immunoblot analysis showed that PTEN expression is profoundly increased in dfd13 myoblasts throughout the differentiation day. As a result, the PI3K activity is decreased and has caused serine/threonine kinase Akt inactivation. Both residues; Thr308 and Ser473, on Akt were found not phosphorylated. The mTOR activation by Ser2448 phosphorylation was decreased indicates an impairment for raptor and rictor binding. Unable to form complexes; mTORC1 target protein, p70S6K1 activation was found reduced at the same time explained un-phosphorylated-Akt at Ser473 by rictor-mTORC2. As one of Akt downstream protein, transcription factor FoxO3 regulation was found impaired as it was highly expressed and highly mainly localised in the nucleus in dfd13 towards the end of the differentiation day. This occurrence has caused higher activation of autophagy related genes; Beclin1, Atg5, Atg7, in dfd13 myoblasts. Autophagosome formation was increased as LC3B-I/II showed accumulation upon differentiation. However, ratio of LC3B lipidation and autophagic flux were shown decreased which exhibited dystrophic features. As a conclusion, destabilisation of plasma membrane owing to dystrophin mutation has caused the alteration of plasma membrane protein regulation particularly PTEN-PI3K, thus impaired autophagy modulation that critical for myoblasts development.