I have had a few errors on my phone that generate error messages that name the app that failed – but the error message dialog box names the failed app by process name, not by the app's common name.
To clarify with an example, I asked "Unfortunately, the process com.sec.ims.android has stopped." What does this error message mean? a couple of days ago. The error message said that "com.sec.ims.android" was the process that failed, but that name doesn't make it very obvious that it's a pre-installed Samsung app, let alone indicate what pre-installed Samsung app it was.
So, is there some list that explains the process names like this?
"aaa.*" processes are native parts of Android. "aaa.xxx.*" processes are native to a particular section of Android. "mmm.*" processes are installed by this or that phone manufacturer. "mmm.yyy.*" processes are parts of manufacturer app "yyy". "ccc.*" processes are installed by this or that cellular carrier. "ccc.zzz.*" processes are parts of carrier app "zzz". And so forth.