If a submitted bug is valid but not relevant, or is unlikely to be fixed, rejecting it with one of the reasons below will still reward the tester. 

• Rejected – this bug is not relevant to the customer and will not be fixed.
• Rejected – this device is not relevant to the customer and, therefore, the bug will not be fixed.
• Rejected – this is a legit bug but already known.

Note: It's important to update Feature description and Out of Scope fields on subsequent tests to make sure these issues don't get submitted again.

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