Android: A better, easier and more comfortable Log - determines automatically a Tag

I can't understand why Google made Log so complex. It could be that easy. Instead of Log.X just type  L.X (import the class first). The tag  is set automatically - you can choose between the Class, Class.Method, Class:LineNumer or Class.Method:LineNumber as tags - awesome, right?
//Use it:
L.e("Hello World! I am an error.");
L.setLogType(LogType.CLASS_AND_METHOD_AND_LINE);
L.e("wow so easy!");





import android.util.Log;

public class L {

 public static enum LogType {
  CLASS, CLASS_AND_METHOD, CLASS_AND_METHOD_AND_LINE, CLASS_AND_LINE
 }
 
 private static LogType mType = LogType.CLASS;
 
 public static void setLogType(LogType type) {
  mType = type;
 }
 
 public static void e(String msg) {
  Log.e(getTag(), msg);
 }
 
 public static void i(String msg) {
  Log.i(getTag(), msg);
 }
 
 public static void d(String msg) {
  Log.d(getTag(), msg);
 }
 
 public static void v(String msg) {
  Log.v(getTag(), msg);
 }
 
 public static void w(String msg) {
  Log.w(getTag(), msg);
 }
 
 public static void wtf(String msg) {
  Log.wtf(getTag(), msg);
 }
 
 private static String getTag() {
  StackTraceElement[] s = Thread.currentThread().getStackTrace();
  switch (mType) {
  case CLASS:
   return s[4].getClassName();
  case CLASS_AND_LINE:
   return s[4].getClassName()+":"+s[4].getLineNumber();
  case CLASS_AND_METHOD:
   return s[4].getClassName()+"."+s[4].getMethodName();
  case CLASS_AND_METHOD_AND_LINE:
   return s[4].getClassName()+"."+s[4].getMethodName()+":"+s[4].getLineNumber();
  default:
   break;
  }
  return null;
 }
}