Maximum number of packages installed?
Quick question, I have 79 or so packages installed, and now whenever I try to install another package, the iPod will cease up when I exit the installer. What happens is the spinning gears starts, and will basically never stop. When this happens, I had to wipe it 3 times, and start over from scratch each time, the most recent time however, I figured out a way to save it.
When those spinning gears pop up, I can launch the iBricker program, and use it's file browser to go into /Application/"NEW APP JUST INSTALLED/ and delete the ".plist" file. Doing so will snap the iPod out of the endless spinning gears. I can then get back into the installer and uninstall what remains of the package I just tried to install.
I have heard that there is a maximum number of packages that can be installed, is this true? I've heard the number is around 80. Is anyone else experiencing a similar problem? I understand that the springboard supports up to 9 pages, and I have only filled up 5. By the way, those 79 packages that I mentioned earlier also include fixes to Terminal and my IM client, and packages containing new sources etc... If it is true, that there is a limit to the number of packages that can be installed, is that number around 80? Also, if it is true that there is a max package, what imposes this limit? Is it the installer? The springboard? The kernel?
Thank you guys so much in advance, I posted a longer version of this in the iPod section, but there are not nearly as many views as there are in the iPhone section, and I believe that this question pertains to both categories.