All versions after SuperSU 2.72 has force encrypt support built in. However it will still disable force encryption by default, you have to set flags manually.
I only modified the default value of the force encrypt flag in the flashing script, so no need to worry that this might break things
If your OCD forces you to use the official version, please look here for instructions to set the flag manually by yourself.
Hi, many people have their hands on the HTC 10, and you may found out that wiping data after rooted with SuperSU, your signal will be broken.
This is caused by the fact that by default, SuperSU's flashing script will change the data encryption flag from "forceencrypt" to "encryptable". If you wiped data after the flag is set to "encryptable", your data partition will be decrypted. In many times, decrypted data is good, but on the HTC 10, for some unknown reason the signal will break with data decrypted.
More info here:
[PSA][MUST SEE] New HTC Policy : Things You Should Know Before Unlocking Bootloader
This issue has caught more attention after an S-OFF method is available. You're required to have root and wipe data after gaining S-OFF. The developer of the S-OFF tool has created a tutorial for this particular problem, you can find it here:
[Guide] Root (Optionally s-off) and Keep your radio working
I slightly modified the SuperSU flashing script, so now it won't change the encryption flag.
This zip will remain useful until we find a way to decrypt our data partition with working signal.