Hi there, I have a company-issued app, mainly just for assignments and messaging of company business back and forth with employees in the field. The app has had a function (for safety reasons) to prevent usage when it detects motion via GPS, the fear being a user texting while driving. The problem with this approach is that the company has both solo people and teams on the road, and for the teams, it prevents legitimate usage by a non-driving team member while in motion. Up to this point, I've been countering this function for my team by using an app called "Fake GPS" that toggles the "Allow mock locations" Developer option, and supplies a stationary GPS location of the user's choice. A new version of the app has now emerged that checks the status of the "Allow mock locations" toggle, and prevents usage if it is turned on. Along with that, the new version of the app has been forced upon everyone by disabling functionality of the old version. Anyone have any thoughts on a new way (or app) to counter this motion-detection feature so we can continue to conduct company business safely and efficiently?