SuperSU v2.82-SR5 and suhide v1.09 released

Two very minor bugfix releases.

A new TWRP was released for the Google Pixel series, now with proper Oreo support. Unfortunately, flashing both TWRP and SuperSU broke TWRP (booting TWRP and flashing SuperSU was fine). This has been corrected with this update.

Aside from that, Oreo devices using file-based encryption refuse to boot with an unencrypted data partition. This update adds a work-around for this. The Pixel is the only device I currently have with this requirement (though it will become the new normal in time), so I've only properly tested it on that. This will allow you to flash back unencrypted backups to previously encrypted devices on stock+rooted firmwares.

The update to suhide hides a few more left-overs than before, including those created by the above feature to bypass the FBE encryption requirement.

The downloads at https://desktop.firmware.mobi/ have already been updated with the new versions.

Links

SuperSU v2.82-SR5 flashable ZIP:
http://download.chainfire.eu/1220/SuperSU/SR5-SuperSU-v2.82-SR5-20171001224502.zip

suhide v1.09 flashable ZIP:
http://download.chainfire.eu/1219/suhide/UPDATE-suhide-v1.09-20171001222116.zip

Changelogs

SuperSU
- suinit: Fix (flashed) TWRP 3.1.1 compatibility on Pixel (XL)
- FBE: allow FBE devices to boot unencrypted (unless KEEPFORCEENCRYPT is set)

suhide
- Remove ODM and OEM mounts
- Setpropex: set multiple properties
- Cleanup: remove /boot

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