The GetBadgeAccess method.
private string GetBadgeAcessMessage(BackgroundAccessStatus status)
string message = string.Empty;
message = "May use active real-time connectivity.";
message = "Always on real-time connectivity.";
message = "User denied lock screen badge access.";
message = "Unknown lock screen badge access status.";
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