The qualcom app probably ran as user ID 0 which is why the error message said qualcom if you have the app on your phone. I'm coming to the conclusion that it's just a bug in spareparts.
I think QualcommSettings.apk replaces (or acts as a wrapper for) the default android settings app & you've removed it from your rom. So you get that settings has force closed & he gets qualcomm.
I also think it's a bug in spare parts not reporting the names of every app & crashing when you tap to get more info. It's probably every app that runs as root is reported as uid 0.
I just updated a load of market apps on my phone & can't see any network use for that in spare parts, I'd guess the market is one of the things that gets reported as uid 0.
Dialer also seems to have high network use, I'm guessing it counts phone calls & mobile network use.
Spare Parts looks a bit buggy & unfinished. I wouldn't be worried, it's probably something harmless, just spare parts can't tell you what it is.
Edited by wbaw, 04 February 2011 - 07:19 PM.