How to enable default file manager(nautilus) to handle desktop icons

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How can I allow nautilus to draw desktop icons in 20.04? I made org.gnome.desktop.background.draw background= true but nothing happened.
Before I made it done by enabling desktop to true. But now, even the schema is not available now.
What’s wrong with it? Is I’m only able to make desktop icons with an extension only?

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