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See post number 2 here, Archived method to root 2011 xperias below the animated xperia picture
2013-06-22 07:09 AM
HtetMyatSoe is asking how to root 2013 Xperia L and you direct him to alink which explains root for older devices.
As of now, there is no complete root for Xperia L. There is only a partial root available using Motochopper method (XDA Developers). However this root is almost useless as you can't edit system files. When you try editing the phone reboots . There is a custom kernel available and also claims complete root. But, I am not for changing kernels. You can try that method, if you want, XDA site.