Originally Posted by mjs2011
Hi everyone, I hate to ask this question since I've been rooting and flashing ROM's for a good 3 years now.
I recently accepted a promotion at my work and I am now being given access to my work's email (through the app called "Good"). My fear is that my security is extremely important where I work because my employer is a financial institution. My question is if running anything other than stock presents any kind security risk whatsoever. I love running customer ROM's, but it's not worth losing my job.
Thanks and sorry if this is the dumbest question you've ever read.
"Good for Enterprise" won't run on a rooted phone..
there are ways to bypass the root detection (google xda+good+hide+root, but if the app updates, you might have to re-hide it
with a rooted nexus 5... you could buy a really cheap used phone (with wifi), don't root it, install good and tether via your nexus 5... but you'll have to carry around two phones