Windows Phone 7 push notifications limited to 15 apps
Windows Phone 7 devices will pop up an "InvalidOperationException(Channel quota exceeded)" error once you try to install a 16th application with push notifications. The official documentation about the error reads:
"This exception is raised when either trying to open more than one notification channel per application, or when trying to open more than 15 notification channels per device."
Microsoft might have put this cap to better control the user experience (or at least that's our best guess), but hopefully the limitation will be gone in the upcoming updates as 15 is a rather low number. Windows Phone 7 provides no information about the number of apps using push notifications, which makes it hard to tell if this limitation applies to only apps using live tiles or apps in general. However if you ever see such error, this should be your first guess. The only solution for the time being is simply uninstalling one app to use another.
source: MobilityDigest.com via WMPoweruser
1. clevername (Posts: 1427; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)
Not a great solution. I've really liked wp7 lately and have been thinking about replacing my nexus 1 with a wp7 device as my second phone(android has been stale to me for a long time now) but I keep hearing these small nagging problems. This is just one in a growing list.
2. ecml490 (unregistered)
I see this as a good thing as it would save you battery since you will not have so many apps running in the background ...