[bt][sm] Don't block legacy pairing on LTK encryption

We now consider locally initiated legacy pairing complete once all
expected keys have been exchanged and leave the link encrypted with the
STK. This improves interoperability with many peripherals and is
consistent with our responder implementation.

Bug: BT-801 #done
Bug: BT-549 #done
Test: 1. bt-host-unittests
      2. Pairing with a Microsoft Designer Mouse succeeds with local IRK
         distribution.
Change-Id: I4b0deef021629fa09d608541052c1de526fe1cb5
3 files changed
tree: 51a732d2a511aa066c742817939e55f8942c1123
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  10. LICENSE
  11. OWNERS
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  14. boards/
  15. build/
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