No, not for me. You made a mistake. You put an end to laying/putting to rest.Maybe for you but in English it means as I used it.
lay/put (something) to rest
: to make someone stop thinking about or believing (something) by showing it is not true
I want to lay/put to rest any lingering doubts about my decision.
You can lay/put those worries to rest now.
I hope this will put an end to Smartphone tests are not reliable belief.
I hope this will put Smartphone tests are not reliable belief to a rest.
There's no such idiom as "put an end /.../ to a rest".