I'm a point and click person myself @ck3938 but there are some good tips also on YouTube.
I hope another member here more into playing around with the vast array of settings chimes into help.
I normally find it's a trial and error affair to find that right shot when tweaking the settings.
Current Phone > Samsung Z Fold³ 5G.
Set it to 4:3 for max resolution (3:4 in landscape)
Disable 'Scene Optimiser'
Disable any filters
Ensure you have good light
Enable 'Auto HDR'
That's about the best you'll get for Auto mode
For Pro mode, you have full control over everything, main things you'll want to play with are ISO and Shutter speed
The higher the ISO, the more noise you'll see in the photo, but also it captures more light
The higher the shutter speed the more light you'll get but any movement of the camera will result in a blurry photo
Ideally you want a low ISO as possible and use the shutter speed to gain the right amount of light, long shutter speed you're better off using a tripod
Night mode, the amount of time it gives you depends on how dark it is, and also how steady the camera is, again a tripod is best or holding against a window