|don't wake baby
Let's take a Rogue with the Acrobat archetype. As the rogue gains levels he/she/they wind up with both the Tumbling Strike and Mobility feats.
If this Rogue fails a Tumbling Strike, does Mobility prevent an attack of opportunity?
The Tumbling Strike feat has the MOVE trait and the failure states "You remain in your original space but can still Strike". The Tumble Through feat states on a failure that "Your movement ends, and you trigger reactions as if you had moved out of the square you started in." and the Mobility feat states "You move in a way that denies your enemies the opportunity to retaliate. When you take a Stride action to move half your Speed or less, that movement does not trigger reactions."
Or a different way of asking is does Mobility only apply to the Stride action or does it apply to other move actions?